Feng Shui For Relieving
Feng Shui. Stress management is important to good health.
The art of stress management is to stay at a level of
stimulation that is healthy and enjoyable. It is all about
balance. This is why taking a holistic approach to stress
management is most beneficial.
Health design is not really a new concept but is gaining in
popularity. There is ever-increasing research that shows that
environment can have a profound effect on physical, mental, and
Feng Shui is actually the Chinese art of placement and space
arrangement that is over 4000 years old. It is a system of
interior and exterior design based on the idea that placement
of and items in and around the home and how they are arranged
can have a serious impact on life.
The goal is to achieve harmony and balance with our
surroundings. The three basic principles of Feng Shui are to
improve ones life by encouraging the flow of chi (vital energy)
eliminating negative energy, or sha and creating balance by
using the elements of water, earth, fire, wood, and metal.
The general rule, or basics of these objectives are to get
rid of clutter, rid yourself of things that you dont love, and
have nothing broken in your home. Feng Shui illustrates that
ones spaces both reflect and affect physical, mental and
emotional well being. In Feng Shui terms, clutter is both a
symptom and a cause of trapped energy.
If your home or workplace are cluttered or in disarray other
aspects of your life will tend to feel uncomfortable in this
way as well. A cluttered space reflects a cluttered mind and
makes it hard to focus and think clearly. This mental clutter
or distraction drains your energy and taxes physical, emotional
and spiritual strength.
The things that surround you should work for you in one way
or another. If you feel comfortable in your surroundings than
you tend to feel better and work better. There are many aspects
to and several schools and variations of feng
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You can find a consultant or practitioner to help achieve
the best results but there are a few practices that you can do
and some basic principles that you can apply for yourself and
your own personal space. The first step is to tune into your
senses. Note your surroundings and how they affect the way you
feel. If something is annoying you or making you feel bad in
some way that is where you should start.
A few tips you can use to achieve the most beneficial
environment are that spaces should be brightly lit. Unless you
are trying to create ambience or a romantic mood, brightness
encourages physical activity and physical activity helps to
uplift, another mood lifter is actually to place objects up to
Everyone needs a relaxing
hobby. A hobby that
really interests you, will breathe new
life into you. A hobby can help you be
more relaxed, and let you enjoy having
something new to be interested
Be sure to only
choose those hobbies which will encourage
calm, and serenity for you.
Plants and other decorative items that are up high encourage
one to lift their head. Lifting of the head also promotes
lifting of energy. Probably the most effective tool you
yourself can do to improve your space, and in turn well -being
and life is to remove the clutter and make your space your