Feng Shui For Health And Home
Do you feel stuck?
Do you feel no matter what you do, you don't seem to get ahead?
Have you been going through a series of unlucky events?
Have you been struggling with your health and can't seem to find the right support to help you get well?
If you answered yes to any of the above, the environment that surrounds you may be playing a role and
Feng Shui can help you.
I am sure you've noticed that different environments feel different in locations and places. Some places may uplift you while others make you feel flat or upset. For example, a messy and dirty office does not feel as good a decluttered and clean one.
Feng Shui helps you to build a harmonious environment at home or at work, so that you can function optimally and lead your best life. With the practice of Feng Shui you can reduce the likelihood of unlucky events and build an environment to support your health, wealth and relationships.
We focus on Classical Feng Shui and follow the teachings from Master Paola Gomez. Over the last 10 years our principal consultant Isabel Arnaiz has studies and completed courses and certification in Feng shui, Bazi and Qimen. We don't use trinkets but focus on you being the main activator of the energies in your environment.
Feng Shui was developed in China as far back as 2900BC. In traditional Chinese metaphysics Feng Shui contributes to approximately one third of the manifestation process. This means that our environment contributes 33% to the success of what we create in our lives (whether good or bad).
If you are in the process of building your own home or completing a renovation then you can recruit us for your project. As Feng Shui Consultants we can help to ensure that the building is placed and designed to take advantage of the most positive energies, that will help to drive prosperity and success in your life.
A 2005 study conducted by architects in Sydney and Hong Kong showed that modern day architectecture practices concur with ancient Feng Shui principles from more than 2000 years ago.1
We are based in the Blue Mountains, Sydney. Consultations outside these areas will incur a travelling expense.
1. Michael Y, Maka, S, 2004. Thomas NgbThe art and science of Feng Shui—a study on architects’ perception. Building and Environment, Vol 40, pp 427–434.