Feng Shui FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions about the ancient practice of Feng Shui
Q: What is Feng Shui?
A: Translated literally, “Feng” means “wind” or “air.” “Shui” means “water.” These are two natural elements that move, flow and circulate on Earth. They are also basic elements required for all living things to survive. Wind (or air) is the breath of life—without it, we would die. Water is the liquid of life—and our body is approximately 50 – 75% water, depending on the individual. Wind and water are direct carriers of life force energies. Feng Shui is the art of placement—designing the harmony of the flow of energies through living spaces—which supports and enhances one’s personal life force.
Q: How does Feng Shui work?
A: Your home or workplace affects your life on many levels: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Do you want to improve aspects of your life such as career, family, finances, relationships or health? When I Feng Shui you and your space, I create a better environment for life, work and love. Then, your space will support you in your desires and goals.
Q: How long does the Feng Shui consultation last?
A: There are two visits. The initial consultation is approximately 1.5 to two hours, depending on individual needs, environmental issues and property size. The second visit, the actual Feng Shui process, could take approximately two to four hours, depending on property size.
Q: What is involved in the Feng Shui consultation?
A: The initial consultation involves assessing the space, discovering your specific needs, taking pictures, drawing a floor plan and checking the energy in the space. The second visit involves placements, improvements and adjustments/cures. Next, we set an energetic grid. Then, I’ll cleanse, clear and bless the space. Finally, I will provide suggestions and recommendations to get optimal results after my visit via email.
Q: How quickly will I see results after the Feng Shui consultation?
A: It all depends on your unique situation. You may see immediate improvements, but some people may take more time.
Q: Is it true that clutter is a big problem in Feng Shui?
A: Yes. A key principle of Feng Shui states that clutter blocks the energy flow and can lead to frustrations and obstacles.
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