| As the name suggests The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM is deeply rooted in the spiritual principles; the principles though are flexible like the bamboo are universal in application. A person living in the USA can identify with it
just as easily as
person living in Asia. More than your compass needles and calculators, The spiritual Feng Shui requires you to open your mind, heart and spirit in order to have a new understanding to eng Shui.
Since the inception of Feng Shui, there have been many Feng Shui schools. Most if not all Feng Shui schools were derived out of a need for people to feel most comfortable and healthy in their environments. But lately, due to some misinterpretation and utter commercialization, the image of Feng Shui has been tarnished to the point that it seems to have lost its soul, its vital energy. Many practitioners of traditional Feng Shui make empty promises and offer it as some instant formulas and ready made solutions to your problems. This is the reason that for some people, Feng Shui seems like superstition or voodoo practice.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM For Day-to-day Life
By relating to the spiritual dimension Feng Shui, becomes more relevant to our modern day life. With our demanding, high-pressure lifestyles today, we need ways with which we can enhance
and bring in some much needed balance to our lives.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM steps in here offering time tested proven solutions.
The teaching of The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM
are still based on the sound principles of Feng Shui and have a much needed spiritual base that helps you to understand the logic, scientific rationale and the process behind the Feng Shui practice.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM also studies and analyzes a home, workplace or any environment and offers solutions to change it. It also uses the wisdom of I-Ching, holistic healing, divination, Chinese folklore and Chinese geomancy. And along with the physical changes in your environment it also offers you spiritual fulfillment that is the soulful right of any individual who is mindful and has an open heart.
Finally, The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM also draws from astrological information and takes into account factors such as karma and education. The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM tells you how you can take care of yourself physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. In essence, The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM is your key to a healthy life,
Spiritual practices are nothing but good deeds that are essential for the practice of good Feng Shui. Each aspect of it can be used as a subtle tool that shapes and enhances your life and well-being. Each day you practice it, it helps you to become a good human being and contributes towards making the world a better place to live. In the simplest of terms, just think of The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM as a holistic discipline.
In addition to karma, environment, education, etc., The Spiritual Feng Shui TM draws from Yin Yang Theory—one of the oldest philosophical and mathematical systems on record. The theory has many astounding properties attached to it. The "Five Activities", sometimes referred to as the Five Element Theory, is its corollary and Feng Shui cannot do without it. The elements from Esoteric Buddhism, hypnosis, palm, face reading, and other allied sciences have also been integrated occasionally but for the most part, these offer nothing that cannot be understood by the common sense.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM Enriches Your Life
The concept of Chi energy is central to The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM. This is beacause The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM distinguishes (yang) and negative (yin) the energy of an environment to make a Feng Shui study and practice. But The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM also integrates like meditations that open up the ability to use the intuition and the intellect to analyze a space. This makes most sense since energy (Chi) can be both seen and unseen. Spirituality leads to a change, a change that is not only felt by you but also those surrounding you. Since you change from within and have a better control of yourself you also become empowered to bring a favorable change into the environment. It is the energies of the five elements that help you in bringing about a balance in your environment and life.
A home or business has interior factors and exterior factors that influence you and your mood. Shape of the house, floor plan, positions of bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, desks, have an unseen psychological effect on you. History of the house, electro-magnetic energies emitted by electrical connections and cable, telephone, satellite dishes can have either positive or negative effects on you depending upon the sort of person you are. Similarly beams, lights, plants, water and influences of people surrounding you also have some role to play.
Let’s look at a structure, for example. The door of a structure is the mouth of Chi. The mouth, in turn, is how we can get our personal energy and nutrition, which is critical to a healthy existence. The pathway up to the door, how it opens, and what it opens to, in regard to rooms and objects in the room, are some of the items reviewed to make up the analysis of the Feng Shui of the front door.
Now couple that with the fact that a home or business has other factors, interior and exterior, that influence you and your mood. The shape of the house, the floor plan, the positions of bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, desks, etc.—they all have an unseen psychological effect on you. History of the house, electromagnetic energies emitted by electrical connections such as cable and telephone lines or satellite dishes can have either positive or negative effects on you depending upon the sort of person you are. Similarly beams, lights, plants, water and the people surrounding you also play a role in your environment and therefore, the Feng Shui elements needed for balance to create the optimal environment for you.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM is About Space Management
Any good Feng Shui practitioner can track energy potentialities in a structure over great spans of time if given basic reference points in space and time. The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM , along with the common Feng Shui tools like Bagua, Chinese Astrology and techniques like meditation and aromatherapy, offer a total system for anyone interested in Feng Shui—the physical and spiritual aspect of it.
Emphasis of The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM is on the best positioning of objects within a space, not absolute direction. Most objects in a space can be placed in a position so that you are in command of your space and your life. If the position of each object in your house can affect your day-to-day life, imagine how all the objects put together have the power to influence your life.
The Spiritual Feng ShuiTM requires just small changes. It is not about the upheaval or your life or turning your living environment upside down but rather working within your internal environment to make easy, subtle and effective changes, all for the betterment of your life. Best of all, as you balance the Chi of your life and general environment you can still keep your sense of style, design and comfort.