FENG SHUI QUICK
The images with which we surround
ourselves exert a powerful subconscious influence on our thoughts and
emotions every day. Learn to look at your possessions with feng shui eyes,
and you will discover a new dimension to your surroundings.
For example, let’s say you have a print in kun
that shows a woman alone in a rose garden. It’s a feminine image
and for that reason appropriate to kun gua, and to you the
rose garden is very romantic. If you are looking for a love relationship,
however, find another place to hang this particular picture; it
shows a woman alone, and you are looking for a partner. Replace
it with an image that shows a couple in a romantic environment.
Here are some common situations:
- Lots of images of
solitary figures in the homes of people looking for a relationship
Busy, angular, or aggressive images in the homes of people who complain
of stress, arguments, or poor communication
Imagery that is predominantly calm, sedate or with strong earth energy
in the homes of people who say they feel stuck
Homes that are filled with all abstract art, with no images that reflect
goals and aspirations.
you change the imagery in your power spots, focus on surrounding yourself
with objects and images that support and encourage you in achieving your
you are done, make a statement to support your intention, such as: “These
symbols of [meaning] enhance and support my progress in [achieving your
a moment to admire your new imagery, and to visualize the specific outcome
you have in mind as if it has already been accomplished.
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