Feng shui is a two way life manifestation process
It works from the virtual to actual and from the actual to virtual – a kind of neuro-feedback loop. Winston Churchill defined it so well: “We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us.” Everything in your home or workplace will affect you on many levels from physical to emotional to mental to spiritual to financial to relationship-wise, etc.
Literally, feng shui means wind-water (not wind and water as many sources inaccurately translate) suggesting immanence of reality (rather than duality like the inaccurate translation hints). We all accupy both virtual and physical domains at the same time on a continuum spectrum of consciousness.
What does feng shui do?
It different/ciates. Differenciation is the construction of desires from the virtual to the actual. This is actualising something imaginary into the physical. Differentiation, on the other hand, is construction of desires from the actual to the virtual. The use of ‘from’ here indicates the way in which different intensities are related in virtual feng shui as they are expressed in actual one.
It associates so people feel that they own feng shui and they are the creators of it. The neurologist Donald Calne put it neatly: “The essential difference between emotion and reason is that emotion leads to action while reason leads to conclusion.”
It verbalises. Virtual feng shui is not a noun – it’s a verb, and it’s dynamic. Virtual feng shui transforms desires into verbs and processes. It physicalises your needs and wants. In short, feng shui is a physical affirmation. “No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway to the human spirit.” suggested Helen Keller, exemplifying the ultimate mindset for affirming life.
It individualises/ personalises. It enlightens and empowers you. ” There are at least 360 ways of washing up the dishes” said Virginia Satir, suggesting an infinite imagination for doing things differently and that’s the ethos of virtual feng shui.
How does virtual feng shui work?
Classical feng shui is about being in the right place at the right time and doing the right things (Heaven-Human-Earth connection). But it doesn’t tell us how to do it. Virtual feng shui does. I discovered that being in the right place at the right time and doing the right things is actually all about being in the right state of mind. This is the domain of virtual feng shui.
How to feng shui?
To feng shui is to mediate through the expression of intensities in an actual vibration. I call this mediating process dramatisation. Dramatisation depends on triggering vibrations (sensations). Intensity is the determinant in the process of actualization. It is intensity which dramatises. Intensity creates sensation and lights up feng shui. Virtual feng shui gives sense to sensation and sensation expresses actual feng shui.
A feng shui must be dramatised in particular sensations for it is to be expressed in actual situations. Without such sensation, there is no creative movement in the actual – sensation is the sign that something has changed, both at the level of the virtual feng shui and at the level of actual things. (This feng shui moves me to do this. How does it move you?)
Feng shui space
Virtual feng shui occupies smooth space; actual feng shui occupies striated space.
“If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.”
Virtual feng shui in a nutshell
Dramatise your feng shui to touch and move your heart, your soul and your spirit as well as others. Verbalise your desires and then physicalise them. How? Through the right archytypcial patterns and symbols.
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Key virtual feng shui concepts
Feng shui = intention + relationship + ritual
Feng shui ritual is a servant of intention. In other words, feng shui is intention with props. And the key aspect is the relationship between your intention and a ritual and that’s your mind and your power. “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body” said, Sir Richard Steele and to paraphrase him, “Feng shui is to you, what air and water is to your body.”
Chi / energy flow and fractality
Fractality / self-similarity is an abiltity to attract chi. To feng shui is to lead and manage chi in all kinds of environments: physical, mind, virtual, spiritual, other. The power to feng shui these environments together is spirit, and it is only with the spiritual (virutal) dimension that we can approach life directly.
“If a geomancer can recognise ch’i, that is all there is to feng shui.”
Yin & yang
In short, yin and yang is about balancing and harmonising your environments. When your home or office is balanced and harmonious it is a dynamic equilibrium that is both calm and energsing. It works for your needs. “The negative finding is no less significant than a positive result.” said Ray Kurzweil which is a good example of yin and yang balance.
Bagua is a mental/virtual map or matrix of your fundamental life aspects that can be represented in any space, your home, your office, your desk, your business card, etc. The life aspects are: job/career/vocation, relationships/marriage, family, co-workers, wealth/luck/prosperity, health/wellness, helpful friends/travel/philantropy, creativity/childeren/projects, knowledge/wisdom/skills, success/recogntion/spiritul.
There are three types of bagua model
1) compass bagua, based on compass direction – so your wealth corner is south-east part of your property;
2) three-gate bagua, based on the entrance to your property – so your wealth corner is the furthest corner on the left from the door:;
3) virtual bagua, based on the intrinsic archetypical or virtual energies – so your wealth area is wherever you want it to be or your whole home is filled with the wealth (not just one area like in the compass or door bagua).
The virtual bagua is the lastest development in feng shui, proposed by Jan Cisek, who has recognised that although the other two bagua models work, they do have obvious limitations and virtual bagua overcomes those limitations. By going beyond and including the compass and three-gate bagua, virtual bagua is a natural evolution in this model and more empowering. The compass bagua limits you to external factors such as compass directions which you can’t change. The same goes for the three-gate bagua which limits you to the position of a door which is most often not practical to change. The virtual bagua channels and represents archetypes of career, relationships, wealth or prosperity, health and so on with appropriate symbolic representations that can be places freely anywhere appropriate in your home or office, therefore working independently from compass directions and the position of the door. The virtual bagua is the most empowering bagua model yet.
“A deep truth is a truth so deep that its exact opposite is also the truth.”
How to feng shui in 3 easy steps
1. First use pattern detection (thin-slicing) to sense what’s happening in the environment:
• what changes the most,
• what repeats the most,
• what is exaggerated the most and
• what is missing the most
2. Correct the energy flow
• when chi is congested: relax/loosen it
• when chi is blocked: unblock it
• when chi is lax/weak: strengthen it
3. Observe the results
In short, find it, fix it and leave it alone.
Fundamental and universal feng shui tips and strategies
• Remove or minimise all environmental stressors such as geoapthic stress, dirty electricity, electro-smog, etc as well as any feng shui problems and blockages. Clear clutter.
• Maximise positive aspects and bring new things into your home or workplace. Lighten up your home. Add ligh and energy. Love your home.
• Notice what works and do more of it, notice what doesn’t work and do less of it. “You can never learn less; you can only learn more. The reason I know so much is because I have made so many mistakes.” said Buckminster Fuller, mathematician and philosopher who never graduated from college but received 46 doctorates.
Some of the most important aspects of good feng shui
• no geopathic stress or EMF pollution – find out more about geopathic stress and electro-smog
• a good whole house water filter
• good lighting
• a good bed, with foam mattress (not metal springs) with a strong headboard
• air cleansing plants
• positive images and symbols that prime and inspire you
• the feng shui of home/office checked every 6 months to a year (feng shui MOT)
Take a feng shui test to see if your current feng shui of your home/workplace is working for you?