Feng Shui comes from China. This discipline was born more than 4000 years ago and is now arriving in the West. It’s about observing nature and to understand how life energy (Chi) moves and influences you. feng means vent, shui water. The wind carries and moves the Chi, the water concentrates and redistributes it. This is why the goal of Feng Shui is to balance this vital energy in your habitat.
Energy is all around us!
Vital energy circulates all the time and everywhere. Feng Shui’s mission is to harmonize this Chi in your home in favor of holistic well-being! The good Feng Shui of the house also impacts work, social relations and even luck. It is much more than layout or decoration. In fact, it is one of many paths to personal development. Ultimately, your habitat is an extension of your body and your consciousness! It reflects your inner states, your emotions, your successes and your difficulties. A Feng Shui study sheds light on certain psycho-emotional difficulties and helps to put in place solutions on the energy level.
Feng Shui: for whom?
Chances are you’ve been to places with low energy. Conversely, other places give you a feeling of well-being and recharge you. This is the mission of Feng Shui and that is why it is a discipline accessible to all.
It is open to individuals, families or professionals. It is open to those who seek harmony, who are sensitive to their environment, and who wish to feel at home.
To carry out a Feng Shui analysis, Valérie uses different reading grids. For example, she studies the external environment, the impact of symbolic animals or even the psycho-emotional habitat/inhabitant relationship.
In the coming weeks, she will zoom in on these reading grids. The key: very useful advice for good Feng Shui!
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