Remark: This is NOT a FULL Consultation or Audit. We merely advise the best home of provided properties in question
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “My house is my castle” before. A castle represents defense against potential outside threats. When it comes to Feng Shui House Selection in Feng Shui, the same may be said. When the leases end and we must hunt for a new place to live or when it is finally time to purchase our new house, we have all been in these situations.
When you finally find this amazing new place to call home, excitement and happiness take over. However, as soon as the first wave of excitement passes and reality sets in, a variety of strange problems start to appear in your life. Maybe you suddenly develop depression, or maybe you’re having trouble at work and your career is in a rut. A brief internet search typically indicates that the energy inside the house seems unfavorable, and Feng Shui solutions like lucky charms or Chinese decor are recommended on various websites.
Unfortunately, many of our clients approach us to do a Feng Shui for a home review after moving into a new apartment or buying a new home. Most of the time, we can assist by remedying the place so it feels peaceful. However, there are some structural and environmental characteristics that Feng Shui cannot cure. The only alternative would be to pack the boxes once more and relocate. Of course, all of this comes at a high expense that could have been prevented in the first place.
Over 70% of the environment’s Qi energy affects the home. One of the most important principles in Feng Shui is that the property’s surrounding energy MUST be favorable to invite good chi into the home. This aspect, also known as “form school,” comes before performing an internal flying star analysis.