In the Classical Feng Shui tradition we recognize that every house is unique – there are 216 house patterns and within these categories there are energy patterns unique to the home and the individuals who live there.
And beyond that, there are so many layers of Feng Shui
– from the visual where we can see furniture placement, clutter, wall colors, art work and all that is part of the decorative arts
-the individual Natal Charts of each individual living in the home which tells us what enhancing and sabotaging directions influence their lives
-the structure of the house itself
-the energy grid based on when the home was constructed
-neighborhood influences and lot shape of the house (outside environment)
- the needs of each individual
Truly, the list goes on and although it may seem confusing it is such a beautiful, unique, NOT one-of-a kind Feng Shui.
I plan to give examples of all of these layers of Feng Shui in the posts to come and I welcome questions you may have. In fact, it is my intention to turn Friday’s blog into a Q and A which we can get into even more specifics. So tune in Friday, we have a great question – What makes up a Feng Shui garden?
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