Channel your inner spirit to guide you on a metaphysical journey to find the right balance in your life. Feng Shui is an ancient art and science developed over 5,000 years ago in China. It is a complex body of knowledge that teaches how to balance the energies in your mind and in any given space-be it at home, in the office or garden, in order to assure good fortune to those who inhibit the space.
Feng means wind and Shui means water, which in the Chinese culture is associated with a balanced flow and good luck. According to Feng Shui Master Pun-Yin, people are emotionally exhausted and need to start healing their own energy by learning to embrace Thanksgiving with an attitude of acceptance and appreciation of one another. In the spirit of coexisting peacefully, it would be a good idea to invite family members to start collecting objects from nature to decorate the environment, as these objects carry a zen and healing vibration.
By gathering shells on the beach or stone pebbles from a nature walk and placing them in the right meridians of the space- this could remind you of the positive memories from nature that has a calming effect.
In a world focused on materialism, Feng Shui inspires us to appreciate the balance in us and in nature because it is good karma. This is why if the affluent people and their children could participate in a charity that services the needy, it could help them put things into prospective and perhaps appreciate what they have even more.
Authentic Feng Shui offers customized solutions to improve your psyche through proper placement of objects, colors, lighting, and structural orientation that reflects the Yin Yang and Five Elements energy balance benefiting those who practice this way of life. She explains there is an interconnectedness of karma in a family and in their country, and if the balance is off everyone suffers. Through the wisdom of Feng Shui and the Chinese Zodiac, Pun-Yin can predict and interpret circumstances of her client and events in the world. She feels that if more people could become open-minded and spiritual, the energy at home and in the world could be healed through the ancient Chinese wisdom.
According to Pun-Yin, the positive energy could start at home by having a family room that is lit energetically. It should face the southwest or west direction to absorb the sunlight during the day enabling people who use the room at night to feel more refreshed.
To rectify a room with low energy, adding a touch of gold or white color tones in the right Feng Shui meridian could help harmonize the energy. To create a zen energy in the bedroom, balance white colors with gray or beige accent tones to calm the nerve. A person who is stubborn or intense and finds it difficult to relax could use a touch of the blue representing the Water Element in Feng Shui to alleviate the uptight energy.
Based on the Feng Shui energy cycle, people should avoid strong patterns or colors until February 2019 to help stay calm. Wardrobe selections for a meeting or interview using the Yin (gentle) or Yang (strong) color and pattern could help achieve a specific goal based on the energy projection. Feng Shui exists in a space and in a person according to the Five Elements theory because there is an energy field in everything. Those who want to project power and strength could signal that by wearing red which represents the Fire Element. On the contrary, wearing pastel colors and soft tones like blue and khaki invites interaction.
Pun-Yin explains the numerous ways, colors and shapes that can affect our perception through the Yin and Yang representation to everything. The clever use of the ancient art of Feng Shui is timeless and universal which could help balance the energy in places and in people. As a Feng Shui master, Pun-Yin has helped numerous clients around the world achieve their goals and given them a competitive edge, interestingly, Donald Trump was one of them since the 90’s. Ultimately, Feng Shui inspires a prosperous life filled with love, happiness and good energy for people who maintain good karma.