Over the years I've noticed that many people find it very easy to relate to Chinese Style Feng Shui Remedies and Cures. Its as though these Remedies are naturally comforting and soothing - and that's because they are... Every aspect of Chinese Feng Shui Remedies are well thought out metaphysically because they incorporate real human situations into life and they bring comfort to the human psyche and mind.
Sometimes I've noticed people doing overkill with Feng Shui Remedies. I've literally gone to homes over the years where people have hundreds of Chinese Remedies and Cures and they have no reason for having them there - other than they like them. Now this is OK if you life is reflecting good things... But if your constantly doing battle with hard times, I'd like to share some guidelines to help you discriminate the use of Feng Shui Remedies and the application of them. I would also like to refer you onto our Feng Shui Remedies Online Catalogue because the descriptions I've added to our catalogue give very good guidelines for using them and applying them.
Here's a few to consider:
- If a remedy is OK in a particular location it generally has a good feel in the area its placed in and it has a good effect in your life. If the Feng Shui Remedy doesnt feel good where you've positioned it or if life takes a turn for the worst then you need to be knowledgeful about this. Some Feng Shui Remedies can bring harm if they are really wrong for an area (according to the unseen infleunces and in particular the five elements). Since this level of Feng Shui is ONLY detectable using the Flying Stars Method - that's your only way of being able to find out what the area needs to fix it (especially if its a toxic location in yor building).
So if your not going to have a Flying Stars Consultation and the remedy has had a bad effect you need to remove the remedy immediately!
- Never add Feng Shui remedies indiscriminately. You should always know WHY you are adding it (ie there has to be a reason!). For instance, what do you want the Remedy to fix or do? Write this down. Now ask yourself: How will this particular remedy fix that problem or enhance that aspect?
Since EVERYTHING YOU ADD should have a reason for being there... What is the speciality of the remedy your choosing. Do this drill with every Feng Shui Remedy you want to add.
Be aware that not all buildings need water, or lighting or moving objects remedies.
Next thing is:
If you don't know the unseen influences for your building you need to experiment and use your instincts. AND,
If you are consulting professionally you need more than instinct! YOU NEED TRAINING!!! (you owe this to your clients)
- Always add Feng Shui Remedies one at a time and leave some time in between before adding the next Feng Shui Remedy so that you get to know the effects (ie leave the remedy up for a week or so before you add the next remedy). This way, you'll get a good experience of each Feng Shui Remedy and you get to know the difference between a positive and a negative effect. If you add them all at once, you wont know which remedies were good and which Feng Shui Remedy was bad.
Be aware that sometimes a Feng Shui Remedy can initially feel good but after just a short time of being there it can turn bad/start to feel bad in the location because its not the right remedy (and something else is needed - usually a five element remedy - which you'd never guess).
- When it comes to adding Feng Shui Water Remedies you need to be especially careful. Add your Water Feature as a Stand alone remedy and do not add any other Feng Shui Remedy at the same time. Allow at least 3 weeks to see the effects of the Water Feature.
- Do not add five element remedies when you don't know the unseen influences (ie the Flying Stars Chart for the Building). Your chances of getting this right by guessing are very remote!!! (and playing with this can do a lot of harm) For more info go here.