Feng Shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China.
It is a complex body of knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure health and good fortune (success+ wealth) for people using it.
I happen to love feng shui and have incorporated the basic principles in my home and office.
I have to say, it works! Or, at least I think it does. It certainly does FEEL GOOD to me.
But how do we know if manifesting works? If feng shui works? If meditation works?
There really isn’t much of it that we can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Yes, there is science behind some of it, but science isn’t fail proof either.
How do we know for sure if it works then?
We know because we know.
What I mean by this, is that if we are getting the results we want and if doing a certain thing makes us FEEL a certain way, then that’s our indicator.
If chanting to attract wealth, putting a bowl of lemons in your kitchen to attract health, or meditating to manifest your desires feels good to you and is getting you the results your desire—then it works!
How we feel + our results should be enough to tell us if something is working for us, or not.
I know the idea of just feeling good no matter what may go against the grain of the “no pain, no gain” mentality, but it’s the direction we need to go—if we want to be our best version of happy, successful, healthy + wealthy.
But why do it if we can’t prove it?
Again, we do it because it feels good—plain and simple.
We do it if we feel in alignment with it and it gives us an energy of hope, guidance, support and pleasure.
Feeling good is the key to being a manifesting ninja.
Feeling good just feels good and it also raises our vibration and helps us to attract more good feeling things (so the theory goes)
And, let’s just say to be the devils advocate, that it(meditation, yoga, prayer, feng shui) doesn’t really work. Maybe it’s all a giant placebo effect—we believe something works, therefore it works.
So do we really care if science can or can’t prove something? I don’t! Isn’t it enough that you feel better when you do it?
I say yes!
Maybe if feng shui just resonates with us and we feel good about it— it’s the belief that makes it work. It’s our thoughts that make it work, rather than just the arrangement of our furniture or a bowl of lemons in our kitchen to attract health, wealth and happiness.
On the flip side— when we are negative about a particular thing, then most of the time, it doesn’t work out for us. We manifest our primary belifes about it. We get what we think. We get what we feel.
I think this is a good one to ponder and decide for yourself. Do you think it’s the actual thing, or our belief in the thing that makes it real?
Honestly, most things boil down to personal choice. What works fo me, may not work for you.
Our lives are a result of our choices. And our choices primarly make us feel either good, or not so good.
Choose the better feeling things—always.
I will leave you with a few of my favorite feng shui practices. You can choose to see how they feel for you!
- place 9 live lemons in a bowl in the center of your home, or kitchen for health
- purple is associate with wealth in feng shui, so place a purple item or purple flowering plants in the left back corner of your home. look at the feng shui quadrant guide above to figure out where this wealth quadrant in located in your home
- to strengthen love + relationships, place pink anything (flowers, candles, pictures) in the upper right corner of your home. This is the LOVE quadrant
- for career(and success) place either live fish or a symbol of fish in your career quadrant, which is basically, the front entrance to your home. Again, consult with the diagram above.
These are just a few of my favorites! Let me know if you want more.
Share with others and leave a comment below + share your thoughts.
Enjoy. Choose wisely and manifest away!
p.s for more information on making the choices that will lead you to better health, increased wealth + mounds of joy (sorta like an almond joy….heehee) pick up a copy of my bestselling book called, The 2 Choices. Available at Amazon & Barnes and Noble