On my walk along Hanauma Bay Beach Park and Nature Reserve in Oahu, I found these beautifully arranged rocks and took this Photo. They reminded me of my Feng Shui practice. ❤️. In Hawaiian culture, life force energy is referred to as ‘’mana”. 🙏🏻
Feng Shui is more than simply creating a zen looking space. When we practice Feng Shui, we are giving ourself tools that can reduce stress, improve our well being, and invite joy into our lives.
Similar to meditation, the practice of Feng Shui, is deeply rooted in mindfulness, in slowing down and noticing the details in your life so that you can truly experience the present moment.
By understanding and appreciating that our surroundings greatly affect our energy, we can begin to further relate to and celebrate our outer and inner worlds by connecting with the spaces around us.
A fundamental component of Feng Shui, as in Chinese Medicine, Chi (also known as Ki, Qi, Prana or Life Force) is the term for the universal energy, the energy that permeates everything around us. It is expressed in many forms as both positive and negative energies.
Chi, or feng shui energy, is manifested in both yin and yang characteristics, and in a variety of forms according to the feng shui five elements theory. (More on this later.)
Attracting strong Chi, or feng shui energy into your home is very important. A strong, vibrant flow of Chi in your home will keep nourishing your energy, thus allowing you to focus on and achieve whatever goals you have for yourself.
Good quality Chi will also contribute to harmonious, good quality relationships, vibrant health and an overall sense of wellness. Conversely, bad Chi will do just the opposite—it will attract low, negative energy into your home, which can express itself in a variety of undesirable events and experiences.
Now…who’s ready to mindfully attract a harmonious life that’s full of abundance? Follow us @theanandamovement for Feng Shui tips and tricks or say email@example.com and book your Feng Shui consult today. 🙏🏻