Hello and Good Morning....
Today I'm sharing a few thoughts on Feng Shui, which according to this website, is "based on the Taoist vision and understanding of nature, particularly on the idea that the land is alive and filled with Chi, or energy."
Now you may be thinking I've gone off the deep end here, especially since I am a Christian, but hear me out....
Recently we refurbished a bedroom for me to move into and when talking with my friend Jillian Lambert who is pretty much an expert in this art of decorating a home, she started telling me some things to help when arranging the furniture, etc.
Here's a basic diagram of what the different areas of your home/room represent....
I find this whole concept fascinating. So I took Jillian's advice as much as possible to set up my room accordingly.
My chest of drawers is in the Wealth & Prosperity (money) section and contains several things that represent money/prosperity/abundance: A water fountain, money jar, prosperity books and a quote by Rumi that defines success...and of course angels....
In the "love and relationship" section is my entertainment center on top of which stands a picture of Jesus, a "mother" plaque my son made me years ago with a poem he wrote and a decorative plate about family along with wood art a dear friend gave me.I'll round out this area with pictures on the walls that represent love and relationships.
And in the "wisdom" corner I have a rocking chair and small table with a lamp, my prayer journal, and books (go figure - right)
My bed is in the health area and book shelves in the fame portion. Once completely finished, my desk will be in the creativity area and hopefully it'll help me be more creative or at least more focused LOL!
Now do I believe having your room or house organized energetically is the end all to life's little problems and issues?
But I do believe that decorating your room or house in a way that feels good is conducive to maintaining optimism and a positive outlook.
And that can never be a bad thing.
JMHO of course but definitely ....
Something to think about!
"Inspirational with an Edge! ™