The mind of Feng Shui

I was speaking to a client recently who was having a hard time in her life: her job wasn’t working out the way she had hoped and, being a
single woman, she longed for a loving relationship.

She had applied Feng Shui to her home but didn’t give any of her actions a chance to work, applying more and more cures she had read
about.  She just didn’t know when to stop.

She’d ended up in a confusing environment with a confusing life.  My advice to her was to just stop.  Stop doing and just be for a while.

We live in a world where everything has to happen instantly, where we collect lots of stuff and where we have to keep on doing things.  We fill our lives up with clutter and we fill our minds up with clutter.

It’s often thought that Feng Shui is just about your environment and, on one level, it is.  However, Feng Shui is based on a philosophy known as The Tao or The Way and a deeper level of Feng Shui advocates living our lives according to The Tao in order to bring happiness and fulfilment.

One aspect of this philosophy is simplicity.

Clearing clutter in your home or business is one way to bring simplicity into your life and allow energy to flow again.  Simplicity in your thoughts will have the same effect:

  • Less ‘stuff’ in expended on the ‘what if’ thoughts
  • More space for clear thinking
  • Less scattered energy in having to do this, that and anything or everything
  • More focus on what you really want
  • Less frustration that you haven’t got what you perceive other people to have
  • More contentment and satisfaction with the things that are good in your life.

How do you Feng Shui your mind?  The same way you Feng Shui your environment:

  1. By noticing what is going on at the moment
  2. By knowing what you want or what you want to improve
  3. By noticing how your mind and thoughts need to change
  4. By taking one small step at a time and giving the action chance to work
  5. By being for a while instead of doing.

 

Jackie Notman is an intuitive adviser and coach who works on an energetic level using tools such as Feng Shui, Numerology, Dowsing,
Astrology and the Tarot.   This article is from her blog
‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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6 Comments on “The mind of Feng Shui”

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