Is Feng Shui a Fad?

Do you think of Feng Shui as a ‘Fad’? So what is a Fad? A ‘Fad’ is a temporary notion or thought followed enthusiastically by a group of people. I would say, ‘No, it isn’t’. Feng Shui has been around for over 5000 years now. Though it’s origins started in China, it spread to the rest of the world and has managed to survive the trials and tribulations of time. It always amazes me how the principles and calculations done all those years ago still work. It is an amazing feat no doubt. I know you will say that there are so many other inventions that were made thousands of years ago, which are still being used today and continue to be the basis for new inventions. I agree wholeheartedly, but it still is mind blowing, isn’t it? 


So when something seems to survive the test of time, again and again, surely that system works. Feng Shui is still being used very effectively and it still delivers positive results, when applied properly. I can’t think of any other system which helps improve our lives on so many levels, as Feng Shui does. 

So, for all those people who are still sceptical about the efficacy and use of Feng Shui, I would say, ‘Keep an open mind’. There is so much out there that we do not understand but that doesn’t mean it is all hocus-pocus. It is only when we see results that we start believing in it. But my question to you is, “If you don’t try something out, how will you know it works?”. Basic Feng Shui is really easy to apply and it brings amazing results too. So if you want to improve your life then give it a go. You can start by using the basic tips first and as you start seeing results you can move on to the more complex principles. The results that you see might feel like a coincidence, but trust me, it isn’t. It is Feng Shui at work. 

Let me know if you need more information on how to start. 

Happy experimenting. 

Shelly Singh šŸ’•

Email: shellysingh168@gmail.com

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