In Feng Shui, your relationship to your home and the objects in your home is vital to creating a nurturing and supportive environment. And your relationship with your environment is determined, in a large part, by how and where you place the items you have. This is why Feng Shui is often referred to as the 'art of placement.'
Feng Shui is called the 'art of placement' because its use inevitably requires placing our objects and furnishings differently than we had them before. Arranging your furnishings based on Feng Shui aligns your space and things with the inherent energy in that space. You position things to create a sense of security and support.
Rearranging your furnishings with Feng Shui always creates a space that doesn't just look different, it feels different. When you follow the guidelines of Feng Shui, your space will feel better.
Feng Shui can be the difference between a house and a home, a home that embraces a sense of serenity, comfort and welcome - a positive, supportive space. Feng Shui creates spaces that feel good, spaces that nurture and inspire you.
When you live in spaces that are welcoming, relaxing and comfortable you feel better. And when you feel better you do better. Life becomes easier when you are relaxed, comfortable and feel good. And that's the best luck of all!