Feng Shui Areas of House
By Erica Sofrina, Author of the book Small Changes, Dynamic Results! Feng Shui for the Western World.
If family relationships are not as wonderful as you would like, or your or a loved one’s health is of concern, here are nine ways to strengthen the energy center of your home that is directly connected to them.
Feng Shui has many practical applications that are logical, simple and even obvious, which I have written about previously. The more mysterious and esoteric part of Feng Shui is the study of the home energy centers called the Bagua. This wisdom comes from the I Ching, or The Book of Changes.
The ancient Feng Shui masters felt there were certain parts of the home that corresponded to key areas of the lives of its occupants. By working with these energy centers you could A- identify what was going on in that area of your life, and B- enhance it by putting objects there that would encourage the chi (energy) to become activated.
The I Ching is a profound and esoteric study in itself and has been used over the centuries as a method of divining right action. It incorporates both yin and yang expressions and is used to study and contemplate the process of change and inner development.
The portion that relates to Feng Shui has to do with charting the nine energy centers of your home by using what is called the Bagua Map.
In my article about Feng Shui and the Laws of Attraction, I discuss how our homes are powerful energy attractors that may or may not be serving what it is we truly want to bring into our experience. By learning how to identify and work with these energy centers in our homes, we can become conscious co-creators of our lives.
Bagua translated means eight trigrams. These trigrams refer to important areas of our lives such as wealth, health, love, career, self-cultivation, fame, creativity, helpful people, etc. In this article I will talk about how to locate, activate and enhance the Health and Family areas of your home.