Fengshui is first and foremost a tradition tied to the land. The relationship of the Fengshui Practitioner with the land is the expression of a bond, of understanding the flow of energy in the earth and co-operating with it.
By listening to the earth, we become attuned to the energy of the universe, for this energy is manifested I the air as wind, on the earth as water and land, and in the sky as stars.
In the world of an authentic Fengshui practitioner, the earth is an entity animated by energy. Energy flows in it, through it, and around it.
Energy in flat open spaces is different from energy in mountainous areas similarly energy in a valley is different from energy on a plateau. This means that each type of a landform has a specific type of energy associated with it.
You need to avoid land, which is too wet, to the extent that the place is prone to getting waterlogged.
On the other hand also avoid land which is too dry to the extent that vegetation getting starved of water and burnt by the sun. In other words it must not be too YIN or too YANG.
Balance at all times is the KEY to finding places with good Fengshui.
In addition to natural structures of one’s building, it is equally important to be very observant of other man made structures, which can also bring inauspicious luck or “Shar chi”. Apart from balancing the “Chi” of the whole area, structures like transmission towers and large criss cross beams of structures also direct “poison arrows” towards the land facing them.
Regular shaped plots have a steady and good flow of energy levels traveling diagonal across the meridians.
Irregular shaped plots forming, triangles, trapezoids and even parallelograms are considered less auspicious with regard to energy flow due to their shape.
The writer is an Accredited Master Fengshui Consultant, Bioenergetician and Traditional Vaastu Practitioner.
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