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Feng Shui as a Subtle Tool

Feng Shui works for sure, but how and why does it work? This question has brought forth tons of books, websites and discussions, including ones that say it is all bunk. The answer follows around 4000 years of observation, practice and the unfolding of feng shui itself.

I see it as a profound mirror for how the universe functions, especially on this planet. Each of us has an opportunity to explore our inner and outer lives through the practice of feng shui. And we don’t have to be experts on it to do this.

Our objects in our homes are gathers and dispersers of energy. When we consciously and intentionally place these things, using feng shui, principles, a subtle shift can occur that ripples out through our lives.

If you are feeling stuck, overwhelmed or just plain too tired to embrace feng shui, move 27 things. Move them any where. But as you move them, notice that you are making a very small effort that could surprise you.


Why Feng Shui?

“Our mission, and one good reason for using Feng Shui, is to find ways that are safe and comforting to allow us to reconnect with our inner self so we are always able to go there to receive higher guidance and solace. By understanding how to create sacred spaces outside of ourselves, we are then able to design areas that will ‘mirror back’ to us our ‘vision of inner sacredness.’ By turning our home into a sacred place, we create very special places that help us to reshape and reopen to our sacred place inside…”

Nancy SantoPietro from Feng Shui: Harmony by Design