Feng shui is all about harmonising the energy in and around your home to create a supportive, feel-good environment. Ideally, all homes would be designed and built according to feng shui principles (wouldn’t that be bliss!), but most changes and improvements can be made at any stage. When a home or work space has been properly balanced, health, finances and relationships should all reap the rewards.
Clients are often not sure what to expect, so here’s an excerpt from a recent Q&A that might give you more of an idea.
Q&A with Jenny …
How does a feng shui session work?
“I work with clients via email or in person (mainly in the Sydney, Byron bay and Gold Coast regions); when possible it’s best to actually see and feel a space. Sometimes a major feng shui problem, like a stagnant pond, a diseased tree or a negative artwork has become a blind spot, so I help my clients to see their surroundings through fresh eyes. Sometimes a space clearing is also needed, to shift negative energy.
I start by sending my client a questionnaire, then generally, I spend an hour or two onsite, discussing their situation, noting surrounding landforms (like roads and trees), furniture arrangements, colours, plants, artworks and feeling the flow of energy throughout the space. Afterwards, I draw up the more complex ‘flying stars’ (like an astrology chart for the home) and write a report that gives suggestions and remedies for each room.
Suggested changes can include moving beds, changing colours, adding particular artworks, shifting rugs or plants, or placing specific ‘cures’ like water or crystals in certain sensitive spots around the property. Sometimes, one room is more supportive to health and relationships than another, so I discuss priorities and possible room arrangements with the client. In offices, desks may need to be moved or entrances may need enhancing or changing. I also locate and activate the prosperity point, which every home and office has.
Most importantly, I also check for high electromagnetic fields (emfs) with a Gauss meter, especially near beds or desks, as spending time in these fields can place a real strain on the immune system. You’d be surprised how many people are sleeping near wall wiring or meter boxes!”
If you’d like to book a consultation with Jenny or make an enquiry email email@example.com or phone 0411 631 940.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Radiation & electrical fields (emfs)
Feng shui looks at the total environment, so these days, electricity and wireless radiation need to be assessed. Magnetic fields and electrical currents can greatly disturb sleep and play havoc with your health, so always turn off electric blankets before retiring and keep televisions, reading lamps, phones and computers well away from your bed. Phone chargers and cordless cradles exert a particularly strong field, so shift them out of the room altogether. Check also that your bed isn’t positioned near an outside meter box or major wall wiring.
With the help of a Gauss meter, Jenny can easily check your home’s radiation levels, especially around beds and study areas; safer options and furniture positions can then be discussed. Click here to find out more about Jenny’s consultations and safety checks.