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Joey Yap: Cultivate positive thinking
Source : Star Property
Date : 19 Mar 2012
by Joey Yap

Do you believe that invisible energies affect our lives? Don't dismiss the idea as nonsense just yet.

Do you believe in gravity and magnetism? How about electricity? You definitely can't see gravity, but it's the kind of force that, without which, will send us flying off into space. That's how huge an impact it has on your life.

Now comes feng shui. It is an ancient Chinese maxim associated with geomancy and philosophy, governing the arrangement and orientation of space in relation to the patterns of Yin and Yang, and the flow of energy or life force, known as Qi. Its aesthetics combine the laws of both heaven (Chinese astronomy) and earth to help us improve life by attracting, harnessing and sustaining positive Qi.

However, in this modern age, many contradictory perspectives have surfaced, clouding our judgment. It is not a superstitious or magical belief system, or a New Age fad. Nor is it a get-rich-quick method of Asian interior design that guarantees impossible results by mystically rearranging your furniture. It is also not a simple home and garden makeover that promises a quick fix that can be achieved in one afternoon. Most importantly, it is not a luxury that only the rich and famous can afford.

Qi force
So what exactly is feng shui? "Feng" refers to wind, and "shui" means water. In Chinese culture, wind and water are associated with good health. Therefore, good feng shui is believed to gather good fortune, while bad feng shui just simply means adverse luck, or misfortune.

In addition to being essential to human survival, both wind and water elements, flow, move and circulate everywhere on earth, serving as direct transmitters of Qi that fortifies, enhances and harmonises us with our living environment.

In feng shui, all things are part of a natural order, a capacious environment so alive and in flux. Every thing in this natural order is equally alive and swirls with vital energy. In fact, according to this holistic view, your essence - what makes you alive, unique and vital - is this energy.

This energy, supplements us in achieving specific improvements in both our personal and professional life.

Life-governing
Our energy flow affects the way we think and act, which in turn affects how well we perform and succeed in our personal and professional life. Indeed, feng shui affects every moment of our life.

There are three life-governing factors in the feng shui belief system:

Heaven Luck
Heaven Luck refers to the "Supreme Being", the all-mighty and immortal force that factors our destiny, affecting our success, opportunity, achievement and life experiences.

Man Luck
Man Luck refers to "preparation-meeting-opportunity" in association with work, effort, time devoted as well as belief and spiritual practice. And in choosing the right network and acquaintances. It acknowledges the importance and value of hard work, good choices and proper timing.

Earth Luck
And finally, Earth Luck, refers to man's connection with his environment.

Positive energy
The feng shui outlook is extensive and determines the auspicious sectors in a desired location using a Chinese compass known as Lou Pan which is extremely accurate in the right hands.

We could then calculate the life force or Qi level and the numerical significance of a person in relation to our birth date, birth hour, zodiac sign and personal Gua number based on Chinese astrology.

The favourable and unfavourable effects are taken into consideration when orienting the interior décor of a property, even from designing and constructing the exterior structures.

While the natural energy or Qi originates from the environment, it is also inherent in the positive energy that emanates from ourselves.

As we try to enhance the Qi force in our surroundings, the most significant feng shui principle is that positive energy attracts positive energy. If you have positive thoughts, then positive things will happen to you.

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