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"There are various ways of looking at man. From the viewpoint of science, man moves because of muscles, bones and nerves. From the viewpoint of Feng Shui, man is activated by his Ch’i. Ch’i moves the leg, and man walks."
—HH Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun Rinpoche,
Feng Shui: The Influence of Surroundings
The practice of Feng Shui involves assessing one’s surroundings from a different viewpoint and then making adjustments to improve the flow of life-supporting energy, Ch’i. The principles for doing this are based in ancient wisdom, keen observation and associations, training and education, intuition, and very practical and sensible knowledge.
The Chinese characters, Feng and Shui, mean wind and water. The philosophy of Feng Shui speaks of the effect of the unseen (wind) on the seen (water) as in the Biblical teaching that we cannot see the wind, but we can see its effect in the trees. This is exactly the principle underlying this philosophy. Feng Shui teaches us some of what is at work behind the scenes in our lives. This knowledge empowers us to make conscious choices and changes.
The essence of Feng Shui is the many and profound ways in which surroundings ultimately affect our health and wellbeing. Understanding the basic concepts and knowing how to apply them can help to change life situations that may be affecting our wellbeing, and make our homes and work spaces places that support and enhance our lives.
Feng Shui is a philosophy of wholeness, clearly demonstrating how a problem in one aspect of life, be it financial or a troubled relationship, affects every other aspect, and ultimately our health.
If you feel stuck in some aspects of your own life, work, or relationships, then learning and applying the principles of Feng Shui may help you to move out of old patterns and into healthier and more fulfilling ways of living.