Trinity of Luck
Man follows the earth. Earth follows heaven. Heaven follows the Tao.
Tao follows what is natural. - Lao Tzu
Many things in life can be changed for the better. According to Chinese philosophers, life presents us with three kinds of luck: Heaven Luck, Mankind Luck and Earth Luck.
HEAVEN LUCK is the circumstance of our birth — where we are born and into what family — things over which we have no control. MANKIND LUCK is the luck we create for ourselves through work, education, living habits and personal attitudes — the actions we take. We do have control over these. THEN there is EARTH LUCK, the luck we create with our surroundings. This is FENG SHUI.
WHAT IS FENG SHUI ?
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of harnessing the natural forces of nature, to promote prosperity, harmony and vitality. In Oriental countries, Feng Shui practitioners have strived to manipulate the metaphysical forces of nature known as 'Chi' to enhance their career, relationships and business success. Numerous successful people and multi-millionaires in Asian & other countries will gladly testify to the potent effects of Feng Shui in their lives. Vaastu International is dedicated to providing it's clients with authentic Feng Shui services and aims to promote traditional Feng Shui to the world.
This Chinese art of placement can help you to create harmony, balance and positive energy in your environment through the proper placement of furnishings, art, mirrors, objects and plants. Positive energy is created in your home and business environment by working with the natural flow of energy.
Feng Shui is an ancient art of the power of placement. It's principles are found in the location of your building on your site, the shape of that building, the layout of the interior and placement of furniture.
Negative Feng Shui could be harming your business or home life.
Most people have felt "Positive" Feng Shui vs. "Negative" Feng Shui, without even realizing it.
When you walk into a building and get an uneasy feeling, hoping that you can leave as soon as possible - you are most likely experiencing a building in need of Feng Shui design principles.
Conversely, we have all felt the positive feeling we experience when we are in a building with "Positive" Feng Shui. Perhaps we enjoy the meetings we have there, perhaps business seems to flow smoothly - these are side effects of positive Feng Shui.
Step-by-step feng shui solutions to a better business and life
1. A Feng Shui consultation begins with an appraisal of the land surrounding the building using "Form School" Feng Shui. This involves the analysis of:
- Traffic patterns
- Other buildings
- Natural land formations
The goal of Feng Shui is to be in harmony with the surroundings, encouraging a natural flow of positive energy to your front door.
2. The second step in a Feng Shui consultation is to analyze the building's exterior and shape.
- Elements of the exterior will be closely examined, including:
- Construction materials
- The landscape
- How building fits with rest of neighborhood.
The shape of the building is important, as certain shapes may affect the 'life' of the business - either positively or negatively.
It is the role of the Feng Shui consultant to assess these factors, and to make suggestions of how to bring the building into balance.
3. There are 8 major life areas found in the basic Feng Shui template known as the Bagua. The octagon shaped Bagua is placed over your floor plans, and each of the following areas is analyzed:
4. This leads to the final step of a Feng Shui consultation. The consultant will now determine the adjustments to be made to the interior.
This can be accomplished using one or several methods. Three methods considered by Vaastu International include: Form, Compass and Flying Star schools of thought. No one method is singled out, rather, an analysis of each is considered, with weight given to the method deemed most appropriate, based on the Feng Shui consultant's experience.