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Feng Shui

Feng Shui analyses the interaction of energy (qi) between people (microcosm) and their environment (macrocosm).

Gabriela Galbenus

on 12 February 2015

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Transcript of Feng Shui

Feng Shui

was born from the
necessity and wisdom

of our ancestors
to understand

They called the Energy
and using different Feng Shui systems and practical case-studies they found
how Qi can be harnessed
from hidden forces in our environment, across time and space

They realized,
well before Newton, that

cannot be created or destroyed
but can only be converted from one form to another

Through observation
and research Feng Shui Chinese Masters established that the macrocosm ( from planetary influence, earth’s gravity, electromagnetic fields to mountains, rivers and buildings) had an impact on people’s lives and thoughts, the microcosm, and viceversa.

The aim
Feng Shui Consultants
is to
redirect, re-channel and revitalize
External Environment
The shape of the land on which the house/office is build
The slope of the land
Presence of water near the building
Dominant structures in the external environment
Road layout
The presence of large trees, electricity, telegraph or lamp posts
The building in relation to its environment

Internal Features
Interior layout of rooms
Slope of walls, ceiling
Circulation and flow of energy within a building
Positioning of furniture
Colors, shapes, patterns, décor

The shape of the building (in plan and elevation)
Facing and sitting direction of the building
Calculations and the use of Feng Shui systems

Broken mountains generate negative Qi to its vicinity.
Sharp roof-tops of neighbouring buildings should not be visible directly from your main door looking out.
Roads that move directly into your property, especially your main door, forces Qi directly towards your property. Should be blocked by trees, shrubs, or a Water feature (where appropriate).
A wind gap is an opening between hills or mountains. These gaps suppresses wind to become forceful.
Similar to the wind gaps, “Sky Cracks” are gaps between two buildings.
External negative energy (ShaQi), like phylons, distort the sentimental Qi flow.
Frenetic / Negative Qi Flow
Did you know…
negative Qi could harm you?
Clean lakes gather positive Qi. Curvy, meandering rivers foster gentle Qi flow
Vibrant, 'healthy’ mountains generate positive sentimental Qi to its vicinity
Gentle, curvy rivers allow Qi to flow smoothly. In fact, most Qi gathers at curves of rivers.
Open spaces allow Qi to gather. Furthermore, open spaces can disperse negative Qi flow, by allowing it to slow-­down and meander.
Did you know …
gentle Qi = affects you positively

Positive Qi Flow
Feng Shui consultancy involves:
Gabriela Galbenus
Founder of The London Feng Shui
Accredited by The Feng Shui Society
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