Feng Shui is the science and art of creating optimal living and working environments for the health, happiness, well-being, and success of the humans occupying those environments. We are deeply impacted by the environments in which we spend a lot of time. That means our homes and working environments are either supporting our health, well-being, and success, or they are contributing to ill-health and struggle. If your environment isn't supporting you, you are using your own personal energies to make up the difference. Feng shui aims to recreate the balance found in nature to heal and harmonize, and uses scientific principles to analyze how energy works in the environment on a subatomic and subconscious level.
Feng shui includes the intentional and purposeful placement of objects in our environment to support our health, needs, wants, and desires. Feng shui follows principles found in physics and quantum mechanics, such as "what is closest to you has the most impact on you." Because of this guiding principle, feng shui seeks to create balance for the individual in other life areas such as diet, thought patterns, and lifestyle choices (the food you put inside your body and the thoughts you cultivate in your head falls under "what's closest to you" - doesn't get much closer than that, does it!). The ultimate goal of feng shui is to create strong, happy individuals that make the world a better place, one household or workplace at a time.
“Black Hat” is the style of feng shui that I practice. It is a modern style or explanation of feng shui based upon the interpretation of Tibetan Buddhist Master, Lin Yun. Master Lin Yun created this style of feng shui in the spirit of Black Sect Tantric Buddhism, which advocates for the study of Buddhism using modern methods, including modern science, psychology, physiology, medical science, and so forth. Black Hat style feng shui is conducted in the same spirit, using perspectives and insights from modern science, psychology, nutritional science, and many other disciplines. Black Hat style also takes on knowledge and aspects of other more traditional styles of feng shui.
In Black Hat style, we interpret the living and working environment through something called the bagua – a map that connects all of life’s circumstances to the physical, material world. This map contains nine areas and is applied to any living or working environment, based on the location of the environment's front door or main entrance. Balancing the different areas of the bagua is one important tool used in Black Hat feng shui to create the happiest, healthiest environment to support one's health and dream life.
There are many situations in which you might want the guidance of a feng shui consultant. Here are a few examples:
Every consultation for a home or business will be completely tailored to your individual needs, desires, life circumstances, health issues, etc. There may be slight variation in price and hours required to complete the consultation based on size of the property, location relative to me (remote consultations are also available if you are not located in my area), and your individual needs. If you believe you may have a special case, just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give me a call at (818) 696-0048 and I will be happy to accommodate your specific needs. However, in general, this is the process for a consultation:
Because every consultation will be tailored specifically to you and your life, different people will experience different outcomes based on what they were working on or trying to bring about in their lives. Here are some things you might experience after making changes in your environment:
Feng shui can be a life-changing tool that opens up your awareness on many different levels. You will become more aware of positive and negative aspects of your environments. More importantly, you will become aware of what you truly want in life and figure out how you can make that dream life a reality. I am honored and blessed to educate you in this journey through our modern environments and look forward to supporting your health, growth, and true best life!
No, you shouldn't stop seeing your doctor or replace professional medical advice for feng shui changes. Changes in your environment are meant to support you and your health as an additional tool. You should still follow the advice of your trusted medical professionals and follow other healthy lifestyle practices like healthy diet and exercise. In feng shui terms, this is described as "transcendental v.s. mundane" solutions. The "transcendental" solutions include all the changes that involve intentional shifts and placement, energy balancing, balancing of the elements, balancing of the bagua, etc. An example of a "mundane" solution would be visiting a new doctor that has a new approach for you to try as an additional tool. Both are necessary and work together to create the desired outcomes. In short, feng shui is not to be used as an alternative to medical professional advice, but as an additional supportive tool for health and happiness. I cannot guarantee any particular result or outcome, and I assume no responsibility or liability for any particular result. Every individual is different with different karmic forces at play, and energies unfold differently and at different times for everyone.
One last little note of encouragement. If you find that making changes in your environment and your lifestyle stirs up a lot of emotional turmoil, don't panic! You are not alone, and this is all part of the process. Movement of physical objects in your environment stirs up the corresponding emotional blockages present in your life. This is a vital part of the process! Be strong, be patient, and don't give up. Give yourself time if you need it. I promise you will come out on the other side a happier, healthier, more aware, and more capable you. I am here to support you, so reach out if you are going through this and need some words of encouragement.
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