Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Feng Shui Nature Designs

Feng Shui Nature Designs

At the core of all feng shui lies the subtle beauty of nature; all of its essence exudes a level of harmony and balance unparalleled. The age-old principles of feng shui are based on these laws and acknowledge the ever-changing interaction and connection between human beings and their environment.This powerful connection is the key to experiencing good health and prosperous living.

Architecture and design materials determine the energy flow pattern and synthetic out gassing that occurs within a structure. The fine-tuning of color, sounds, scents and nature’s elements are the defining details that impact our emotions. Our senses process these subtleties within our space and synthesize it in the hypothalamus and limbic system of our brain.

Our environment is a direct reflection of who we are. It represents a snapshot of our inner self or “landscape.” We automatically resonate to our environment; therefore, if it is unbalanced than this becomes our perpetual state. If we shift our level of consciousness to include more of our subconscious intuitive mind, our innate intelligence will take over and we will be drawn to healthier spaces.

Working with nature’s essence in our building and decor is feng shui pure design. It is the healthiest way to align body and space for harmony to ensue. Here are three ways to incorporate nature in your designs:
  • Sacred Geometric Shapes: Nautilus shell, spiral designs or plants follow the Golden Mean Ratio and the Union of Opposites explained in the famous Fibinocci sequence. These natural laws imbue an environment with divine harmony creating a vital new energy.
  • Natural Buidling Materials: Homes contain a vast amount of synthetic materials in their construction and design. Waterproofing, insulation, flooring, adhesives, paints, and fabrics are just a few examples of potential irritants. Incorporating natural materials, plants, real hardwood, bamboo, stone, cotton or silk fabrics, organic paints and healthy plants are just a few ways to counteract the negative side effects of synthetic emissions.
  • Location of Rooms: Through feng shui directional analysis and birth data from occupants you can determine the best energetic location for rooms and especially rooms you spend a great deal of time in such as the bedroom and home office. This is a wonderful way to trigger an overall feeling of calm and personal energy balancer.

Mary Jane Kasliner - Feng Shui Master & School Director

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