Dying or dead plants and trees in the vicinity of a house can bring serious health problems for the residents of the house. Always be on the look out for dying plants and trees. If there is dead tree near your house make sure to cut it off completely. Stumps of trees facing either the front door or visible from the house can cause serious illness too. The energy created by dead plants is very yin and negative, and creates bad luck for the residents of the house. Children and older people are generally more susceptible to the negative energy and will be the first ones to be affected by it. If you have plants around your house make sure you take good care of them. Water them and feed them with some form of a fertiliser regularly to ensure that they stay strong and healthy. Healthy plants bring good healthy energy to the house and it benefits all the members of the family.
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A lot of people have this notion that in order to make the most of Feng Shui they would have to either move houses or build a new house according to Feng Shui principles. You will be pleasantly surprised that you can improve your life drastically, in your existing home, by applying Feng Shui. In majority of cases it is just not feasible for a person to move into a different house or build a new house. Feng Shui works on a lot of different levels. When we apply Feng Shui we take into account the personal information of the residents and the directions that will bring them good luck. We also take care of the directions which might be creating bad luck for them. We enhance the good luck sectors and subdue the bad luck sectors.
Once you have everything in place according to Feng Shui you will feel a sense of calm in your home, you will have better health, your financial status will improve, relationships will improve, children will excel at school etc. In other words your life will move more smoothly. Feng Shui cannot take away all your problems but it can make them so small that you will not even notice them.
So what happens once you have had your home Feng Shui’ed?
Most of the layers that we apply in Feng Shui are permanent. So once you have placed the cure for that layer you can forget about it and relax. But, there is a layer which needs to be taken care of every year. As the stars move yearly they change the various good luck sectors as well as the bad luck sectors. For example, if you have a good star at your front door one year, it will bring you lots of good luck, opportunities and wealth that year. When the stars move and brings a bad star to your front door, that year you will come across more obstacles and headaches. The good news is that because the stars move every year, the bad star will affect you for that year and move on to another sector but that one year can sometimes wreak havoc on a persons’ health, relationships or finances. Another good news is that knowing what to do to fix those negative stars can mean fixing the problems too. For a person who understands Feng Shui it is quite easy to figure out what might be going wrong in any situation. For a layman it is quite complicated. So if you are going through a rough time and don’t know what to do, then Feng Shui might be the answer. Feng Shui is easy to apply and easy to follow. The main thing to remember is that once you have all the remedies you have to apply them. Just thinking about it won’t fix the issues but applying it will.
The coming year, 2017, is the ‘Year of the Fire Rooster’ which starts on the 28th of January (Chinese New Year). This year too, like other years, there will be certain sectors that will need to be kept quiet and there will be some sectors which will need to be enhanced to capture its good luck. As we get closer to the new year, I will keep sharing all the tips that you need to apply to stay safe in the coming year. Stay tuned 😊
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