Our Environment Changes Our Perspectives
Everything that you see, hear, smell, taste and feel around you plays an important role in affecting your mood in subtle, nearly invisible ways. While most people would consider "the environment" to be something out of your control, you can indeed make mindful choices in selecting where you choose to stay with most of our time. For example, do you see your living space as a "warehouse" to store hundreds of stuff, but only 5% of them are being used frequently?
Money is Energy Flow
Feng Shui a Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with our surrounding environment. Literally "Feng" in Chinese means Wind and "Shui" means Water, which forms FLOW. Facilitating the positive energy flows in our home space is the core principle of Feng Shui. Like plants, air and water are essential to our health too
Then what encourages the flow? Fresh air (direction of doors and windows), light, space (vs clutters), movements, sound, colours and your intentions.
So, Where Exactly is My Wealth Corner?
The good news is, there are not only one - but 4!
- A wealth corner that can apply to every house based on the modern simplified Feng Shui principle
- A seasonal wealth corner for every decade, every lunar year and every month (we'll talk about this on Day 4)
- A wealth corner specifically for your home, according to when you move in, and its facing direction
- A wealth corner specifically for you as the home master (with your birth date and time) in relation to your home
For # 3 and #4, you need to consult a professional Feng Shui Master to access your home with a Bagua compass, and calculate the alignment between you and the house. So today, we’ll focus on #1.
In the science of Feng Shui, the Wealth Corner is in the FAR LEFT CORNER as you enter the home.
Feng Shui is all above energy flows. Since money is energy, and you love money to gather in your home instead of running water down the drain, so this corner is least affected by the door movements and influx of external energy.
Now pick up the simple floor plan that you drew for your home yesterday. Consider this image the floorplan of your home. The red one is your front door. Which room falls into the top left corner opposing the main door?
Day 1 Challenge:
Take a picture of your wealth corner and post in the comment in our Facebook group!