The purpose of Feng Shui is to improve our life in health, career, marriage and other aspects by adjusting the five energies existing in space, earth and human body. A good Feng Shui is a dynamic balance between people’s own five energies and the five energies of the living environment. People should take the initiative to actively adjust their personal five energies so as to maximize good luck. One of common Feng Shui methods is the seasonal adjustment.
According to Feng Shui, each form of matter has its own energy in terms of the five energies. Also, each season and direction are associated with a unique energy. As an example, Wood energy is active in spring, and is homed in the east and the southeast.
Generally speaking, people born in autumn usually lack Wood energy, so they should actively absorb Wood energy in the spring. For example, they can do outdoor sports, picnics and gardening. Also, they should make full use of the east of their homes and offices since east is associated with the strongest Wood energy in 2012. Displaying some green plants is also helpful for absorbing Wood energy.
I had a client who is not only an excellent architect, but is also successful in her business. From the point of view of her five energies, she has weak Wood energy. She was aware that she had to adjust her personal five energies to maximize her good luck. For example, she took my advice to have her new house painted green color that creates a great Wood energy field.
That is just one example showing that individuals can enhance a particular energy to balance their own five energies. The lack of a particular energy is not good, neither is too much of a particular energy. If any energy is too strong, it may lead to difficulties. I will discuss one such Feng Shui case next time.