Why Feng Shui?

Feng shui, simply stated, is the harmonizing of a space’s energies. Feng shui is not something that you do, rather it is something that you have; something present within you and your environment, whether or not you feel it or believe in it. So why do people seek to improve their feng shui? How many of these reasons resonate with you?

Desire Increased EnergyDesire Improved Physical Health – Desire Improved Sleep and/or Focus – Desire Improved Relationships – Desire Improved Financial Health, Prosperity, Abundance – Desire a Fresh Start or Clean Slate – Navigating through a Life Transition (marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, promotion, job loss, retirement, moving to a new home, relocation, etc.)

Qi, directed in an appropriate way in our environment, enhances career advancement, brings prosperity, and ensures health

Master Larry Sang, founder of American Feng Shui Institute

Feng shui assists in creating healthy movement of the energies within a space and determines the 4 favorable personal directions for an individual to support sleep, meditation, focus, health, prosperity, and energy.

An appraisal can identify energies within your space that could be compounding and affecting your personal energy. By examining each area of the Qi map, and working with personal directions, the appraisal can assist with improving your personal feng shui, and that of your space, as long as you commit to your part of the process.

If you are experiencing any of the above scenarios and are curious if a feng shui appraisal can be of benefit to you, let’s talk!

Published by Lindsey Foose

Lindsey is the founder of Zententional Living and the author of Awaken your Zenses, Nature Poems for Meditation and Reflection. She is a Level II Reiki practitioner, traditional Feng Shui practitioner, Energetic Empowerment Guide, and Essential Oils Specialist dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live mindfully through intentional practices. Visit Zententional-Living.space to learn more! Follow on Instagram and Facebook via @zententionalliving

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