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Feng Shui For Stress Relief

{written by : Susan Stewart}

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Restoring balance and redirecting energy are the foundation of the ancient Chinese philosophy known as Feng Shui (pronounced "fung shway"). You can apply the balancing principals of Feng Shui to all areas of your life and it can be beneficial in creating harmony..

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Restoring balance and redirecting energy are the foundation of the ancient Chinese philosophy known as Feng Shui (pronounced "fung shway"). You can apply the balancing principals of Feng Shui to all areas of your life and it can be beneficial in creating harmony, wealth and happiness, as well as assisting you in overcoming health problems, creating opportunities and reducing the stress in your life.

Despite its skeptics, Feng Shui is a scientifically proven system also known as Chinese Geomancy - not a superstition or religion. Feng Shui is based upon a set of theories and complex calculations derived from the Yi Jing. This includes an in-depth understanding and application of the theories of Yin and Yang, along with the balancing of the Five Elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood) and taking into account the physical relationship between the natural environment and the magnetic field. In Chinese, "Feng" means wind. "Shui" means water. The properties of Feng Shui are: Light, Color, Sound, Living Objects and Life-affirming energy.

Feng Shui teaches us that our spaces both reflect and affect our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. In Feng Shui terms, clutter is both a symptom and a cause of stuck energy. When our homes or workplace become cluttered and disordered, other aspects of our lives tend to feel uncomfortable as well. A cluttered space reflects a distracted and cluttered mind and makes it hard to focus and think clearly. Clutter saps your energy and erodes your spirit. It adds to your stress, slows you down and is draining to your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual strength. Getting rid of clutter is essential to good Feng Shui!

Everything that surrounds you should be working for you in some way. When we are comfortable in our surroundings, we feel better and we work better. So if the things in your space are not supporting you and contributing to the quality of your life, it"s time to do something about it! The hardest part is getting started. Just take it room by room.

The kitchen is often called the "heart of the home". An untidy kitchen makes it hard to nurture yourself and others. How you care for your kitchen is a clue about whether you are giving enough attention to your nourishment and sources of abundance.

The living room and dining room are spaces where you spend time with family and friends. Here you engage with the world while being at home. Look around your living room and dining room to see what they are saying about your relationships with the rest of the world.

We use our bathroom space daily to prepare ourselves to meet the world. Clutter in the bathroom can indicate a lack of self worth and not enough attention to self that goes beyond physical needs. A clean, clutter free bathroom can become a tranquil sanctuary for rejuvenation and self care.

It is very important to rid the adult bedrooms of clutter as they are meant for sleeping and intimacy. Clutter interferes with restful sleep. And if at all possible, your bed should be in the empowerment position. This position is when you lay in your bed, you can see the bedroom door. If this isn"t possible, place a mirror on a wall that reflects the door when you are laying down.

Time to clean out all those cluttered closets too. When we fill our closets with clutter, we stifle our ability to be intuitive and insightful. Closets represent things that are hidden or unknown. Cluttered closets can indicate problems that you may not be consciously aware of that are slowing down your progress in work, relationships and life in general. Keeping the closet door closed is not an effective solution.

There are many other aspects involved in Feng Shui that we don"t have room to cover here. Fortunately, there are many good books available on the subject as well as a lot of free information on the Internet. You might even want to hire a Fung Shui expert to come to your home or office to do a reading on your space.

So what are you waiting for? It"s Spring and now is the perfect time to clear out everything that is holding you back. Clearing out your clutter will allow prosperity in and improve the energy flow of any space.

Copyright 2005, It"s My Nature

Author Bio :
Susan Stewart is co-founder and partner of It's My Nature, a home based Aromatherapy business in Florence, Oregon. Providing dried herbs, essential oils and many unique products. Catering to the beginner with small sizes, recipes and an informative monthly newsletter. See It's My Nature's large, informative website at http://itsmynature.net or a catalog is available by calling 1-888-445-5051.

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