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According to the 6,000 year old ancient Feng Shui practice, the energy of our home greatly affects our general well being. Almost all of our clients who apply Feng Shui report positive changes. When Feng Shui is applied correctly, it increases happiness, wealth, health, and harmonious relationships.
In nature, we find that all things are in harmony. Animals living in nature live harmoniously with the energies that surround them. When animals spend their time in artificial indoor environments, they are at the mercy of the inharmonious energies that might be present in the environment. These energies can greatly affect their health and emotional well being.
We may have taken time to create a harmonious and beautiful atmosphere in our home without considering that, for our animal companions, things may be far from harmonious. This can be better understood by taking a look at indoor life from the perspective of your cat, dog or other small animal. Get down at their eye level and take a look around. Often the area closest to the floor is the most neglected from a housekeeping standpoint, being the untidiest. It is all a matter of perspective. What you, your cat, dog or rabbit experience, can be quite different.
Cats, in particular, are extremely sensitive to the energies given off by different objects and the energies generated by different configurations of objects. A small animal may communicate a sense of discomfort with their indoor environment, such as the view of the underside of a bed, couch or other piece of furniture. These areas in most homes are often cluttered, untidy and the last to be cleaned. We simply don’t think of these areas of our homes because, to us, they are of little impact to our normal routine. To our animal companions however, these areas comprise a great deal of their world.
Many of my clients complain that their cats frequently explore the tops of their dressing tables, piano tops, dining tables, kitchen counter tops, and other places where delicate things are kept or food is prepared. The reason animals frequent these places, are often for reason you may not think of. Cats like the energy in these places – they experience a sense of order, cleanliness and beauty that they do not experience when on the ground.
Animals are naturally drawn to harmony and beauty – and will seek it out whenever possible. In nature this would not be a factor since nature is always harmonious and beautiful – but indoors it can be quite a different matter. Placing small container plants close to the floor along with mirrors and sacred objects, makes them very happy. They respond immediately to this kind of decorating and consequently, spend far less time on top of furniture.
As we enter into spring, the season has always been a time of growth & renewal. Just as the oak shoots forth new leaves in spring, this is a great time to incorporate Feng Shui – the season of renewal, great opportunity, when old problems disappear and the world is born new.
The universe is in constant change; therefore, we must change too in order to be in tune with the universe.
For an example, we would not go to Florida if we were aware a hurricane was brewing in the area, and Feng Shui works the same way. If we know where the good energy and bad energy is located, we will know what to do to enhance or to eliminate them.
Remember, if your home is happy, your pets are happy, and your spouse is happy, you will undoubtedly have a happy life!
Gwen Coronado, founder of Feng Shui San Diego, was influenced by Chinese Feng Shui at an early age. As a Feng Shui Consultant, she enjoys using her knowledge of ancient Feng Shui to help sellers sell their homes quickly, and buyers to find their dream homes that meet their needs and budget, with correct Feng Shui harmony for prosperity. Gwen Coronado, is also the founder of Coronado Real Estate and Financial Investments in San Diego since 1987. She began an early career as a Corporate Sr. Vice President with Liberty Foundation. Gwen is a contributing writer of Real Estate and Feng Shui for the Asia Journal of Cultural & Commerce and a teacher at various Board of Realtors locations. She credits her success and her happiness through hard work (man luck), heavenly luck (fate), and Feng Shui luck (harmony and balance).