Updated: May 28, 2020
Creating mindfulness in your environment
When you think of feng shui, images of fortune cats, water fountains, lucky bamboo, and Chinese coins may pop into your mind. These objects are ways we can create “better” feng shui, but the philosophy of feng shui expands far beyond these stereotypes.
The Chinese words: 風 “feng” means “wind” and 水 “shui” translates to “water.” It brings us to the source of life 生命根源; breath 氣 and water 水. Similarly, we form a connection to the environment to live and thrive on this earth. The philosophy of feng shui introduces us to the teachings of universe 宇宙, so that we become aware of the flow of qi 氣; energy.
Feng Shui concepts can be used to design and create spaces with intention, so you awake your potential to the world. Feng shui can be said that it is about cultivating mindfulness of your environment. It encourages us to pay attention to all the everyday mundane details in your life and spaces.
Our environment deeply affect us physically, emotionally, psychologically, and energetically.
How does your place feel to you?
Our lives appear to be increasing in complexity and speed with every passing day. This often leads to more stress and difficulties. We want to come home and feel secure, supported, and nourished. We desire places that can resonate and nurture us. Fortunately, feng shui can provide a way that can assist us 風水的關係天地人的結合.
The first way is to start to slow down and become more mindful and attentive to our homes and workplaces.
Ask yourself these questions:
1) How do my environments feel?
2) How do I feel in my environments?
What areas of my life do I want to balance?
What do I want more of and what can I let go of?
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