What do you think of when you hear the words "Feng Shui"? Does it conjure a reaction of "Oh, I don't believe all of that woo-woo stuff"?
Well, I can totally get that. Really, I can.
But what I have found while working through my Feng Shui journey is that there are many benefits to following the Feng Shui philosophy that have nothing to do with the principles of furniture arrangement or color themes. They are simple steps that anyone can take to bring more harmony, abundance, and well-being into their life.
Let's take a look at three of them:
1. Reduce clutter - clutter is like visual noise. It's disruptive and discouraging. Trust me - I am a recovering clutterbug. I told myself that it's "just the way I am." For decades. Literally decades.
But what I have found is that by taking things step by step, room by room, it really does make a difference in my outlook once I get my clutter under control. It's amazing. (And this is a work in progress. It doesn't happen overnight.)
2. Good deeds - Feng Shui promotes the belief that the energy you put into the world is reflected back to you. Doing good deeds daily is a part of this.
Now, am I saying that doing good deeds will magically make your life better? Well, yes and no. There's no magic to it, this is true. But I have found that helping others helps my mood and my outlook. And it doesn't have to be a big thing or for charity. Send a card to a friend. Send a cheerful text. Find small ways to make a difference.
3. Life balance - we hear a lot of about this now, right? But usually it's about work/life balance. That's important, but it's not the whole picture. It also means a balance for other things:
Plus a lot more.
This is just a snapshot of how Feng Shui can bring positive change into your life without moving a stick of furniture.
Want to get started? Just reach out to me and let's talk!