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lthough Feng has been practiced in the Eastern hemisphere for thousands of years, it is relatively new to western civilization. Feng Shui may seem mysterious and foreign to our western culture, but it is actually a very sensible collection of ideas and actions. Once youunderstand its principles, you will be able to produce harmony, comfort and balance in almost any situation or environment. 26 Secrets has been put together to simplify Feng Shui so that everyone can understand and work with its principles to balance their lives and make way for more money, love, health and happiness. Some of these tips will help bring these things to you, while others will makeit easier to hold on to money, romance and health once they’re in your hands. When you energize the various parts of your home, your life will improve and you will start to attract more abundance and happiness. Begin to think of balance in all things. For example, you must activate your career and benefactor sections so that you can be a magnet for exposure to opportunities and people who willhelp you get ahead. It will be easier for you to invite wealth when you have a happy love life. And if you are loved, you are more likely to stay healthy and attain the kind of wealth that stays with you. Before you begin, critically evaluate all areas of your home, examining each and every room inside as well as outside of the house. Knowing your Kua number will help you better understand yourelement, your best colors and your best directions for improving your life. These are all tools to help you attain your goals. 26 SECRETS will help you decorate your home to improve your health, increase your wealth and find overall harmony. The “secrets” herein is just a glimpse of what you can do to improve your life. If you’ve heard about Feng Shui and are intrigued, we think this little book willhelp you get started with the greatest of ease. Love and best wishes for success, Eloise Helm
DEFINING CHI ENERGY
SHENG CHI - According to the ancient Chinese theory about the universe, there
are several different sources of energy that move in and around us. Sheng Chi energy is the good healthy, prosperous, happy energy. You have Sheng Chi when you are positive and all good things areflowing your way. You can feel when there is good Sheng Chi energy in a place. You feel as though you could stay there forever. It is light and airy. When you live an uncluttered life with fresh flowers, lush green plants, bright cheerful sunshine flowing in your place you know you are in good Sheng Chi energy.
SHA CHI - When everything in your life is going in the wrong direction or you feelunhappy and angry, you are in Sha Chi energy. You may be associating with the wrong people, living in the wrong place or connecting to poison arrows coming in your direction. This type of energy drains you and causes you to become ill. Living on land with underground water also causes Sha energy. Poison arrows are the corners of other buildings pointing at your front door or pointing in yourdirection where you work all day. It is a place where the earth is depleted and the vegetation is poor, where animals are sick and people are impoverished. You have Sha Chi when you are down and depressed.
Your Front Door Should Encourage Good Ch’i
An attractive entrance to your home or office will encourage good ch’i, or energy, to enter. If you can arrange your front door so that it...