Period 9 fengshui star

Things About Fengshui Items That You Should Know
Some people swear by it, others see it as a marketing gimmick. Do fengshui items really work? There’s no scientific evidence to the benefits of displaying fengshui products, but as Sir Antoine de Saint Exupéry imparted, “what is essential is invisible to the eye”. Read on to clear doubts that you may have on decor items for fengshui, as well as the process of energisation and proper disposal of fengshui items.
Do fengshui items really work?
Maybe. Maybe not. It depends on how you think they work. Many people have the misconception that the simple act of placing an item at a particular position or facing a direction would miraculously bring them wealth, ensure health or great success. That’s not how fengshui works.

At Way Fengshui Group, fengshui is defined as the study of an individual and his relationship to his environment. Our destiny is born with us. We cannot change our qualities, strengths, and weaknesses, but we can design spaces, plan environments, and select the best dates that work with them. Working with our nature (not against) brings out our very best.

The wisdom of Tian [天] Di [地] Ren [人] guides us towards balance: to choose the right place, be with the right person, at the right time.
Would displaying that Liuli sceptre guarantee a job promotion?” Of course not!

In the case of fengshui items, there’s no magic involved. Fengshui is about energy (qi). Depending on the material, form, colour, etc. of the ‘fengshui items’, they can enhance or bring forth positive influences to help you work towards your desired outcome. The keywords being you and what you do.

In ancient China, a sceptre is a symbol of authority, often associated with career progression. Positioning it in your study room can serve as a motivational source for one to strive on. As you put in hard work, you’d undoubtedly earn a job promotion sooner than later. Depending on the material of the fengshui item (e.g. mineral or crystals), energisation [加持] can further manifest certain energies.

Here’s some food for thought: “Sow a thought and you reap an action; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.”

Period 9 fengshui star