Considering the practice of Feng Shui has been around for thousands of years, over 3000 years by some accounts, it is no wonder that there is so much written and published about this ancient practice. And since its has been around for such a long time it is unlikely that what we practice today is exactly the same as the original Feng Shui practices of old. In fact, there are so many deviations from the original practices that several branches of F.S. exist of which Feng Shui Wealth is but one of these.
Although one version may claim that a certain color can accomplish certain goals, another version may claim using crystals or figurines. However you decide to use Feng Shui, be rest assured that the principles you’re following have been around for much longer than you have, and 風水 have been tested by a wide variety of people long before you walked the Earth.
Even with so many variations a main principle still dominates. Feng Shui is mainly based on the application of the Law Of Attraction and refers to the technique of increasing the flow of natural energy, also known as “Chi” by clearing out negative elements in your environment and drawing in the positive energy around you to attract various things like more money, better health, more successful and happier relationships or even just a stress free mind, amongst a multitude of other motives.
Since the beginning of time Wealth has been sought after by many, and practicing Feng Shui Wealth is probably one of the more practiced variations of Feng Shui, the attraction of abundance of wealth or money and prosperity in business and our homes. Again there are many different ideas on how to achieve this, and again there is one broad yet main idea, surrounding yourself with signs of abundance while constantly thinking off and believing in the concept of abundance.
In F.S. the kitchen is the most important part of your home where wealth is concerned, because it represents nourishment. Although any environment has a Feng Shui Wealth area or corner and is always located in the South-East of the room or house or even your desk and it is this zone that needs to be focused on.
In most cases followers use lucky charms and figurines of Feng Shui Wealth gods in order to activate these wealth areas or corners by placing Feng Shui Charms in the wealth area to strengthen the flow of ‘Chi’. Others swear by using colors, when it comes to Feng Shui Wealth the Element for the South-East Sector is Wood and therefor earthy colors like light browns and greens are normally used. Using a bit of blue also helps to enhance the wood element since it represent water and the flowing of wealth into this area. Do not overuse metallic colors like silver, bronze and limit the use of gold as this tends to interfere with the flow of ‘Chi’ for wealth. Some Gold can be used as long as you make sure it is something that represent wealth like a coin or the three coins tied with a red ribbon.
Below is some of the more familiar Feng Shui Cures that you can use in your environment to achieve Feng Shui Wealth:
- Start off by making sure the area that you wish to enhance is clear of any clutter and the area is well lit. Look around, make sure everything looks clean and new and repair any items that might be broken or repaint old items. It doesn’t mean stuff things under your bed or into corners and cupboards, you need to be conscious of the things you need or don’t. By giving generously of what you can and don’t need can even help clear out a cluttered mind, less stuff to be concerned about.