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How to take care of the energy of places yourself

Czy wiesz, że istnieją starożytne systemy, które pomagają ułożyć obiekty w przestrzeni w taki sposób, który wspiera energetykę nie tylko całego mieszkania/pomieszczenia, ale również wszystkich żyjących tam istot?

Feng Shui is a practice aimed at harmonizing the relationship between individuals and their environment. By definition, Feng Shui involves arranging elements (objects) in the living space to create balance with the natural world. The goal is to harness energetic forces and establish harmony between the individual and their surroundings. The practice utilizes a grid known as the Bagua, which is used for planning the layout and arrangement of specific rooms in a way that supports harmonious functioning with existing energy fields. Another crucial element of Feng Shui is the principle of the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water). This principle helps in selecting materials and colors that will have the best impact on individuals in different rooms; for example, blue reflects relaxation, calmness, trust, adventure, and exploration. Here are some key Feng Shui principles for the home:

1. Avoid Clutter:

   - Do not overcrowd your space with furniture and objects; leave room for open space.

2. Increase Light and Incorporate Plants:

   - Let in more natural light and introduce plants to your living environment.

3. Designate Specific Purposes for Each Room:

   - Each room should have a designated purpose and be used only for that intended function.

4. Align Furniture and Objects with the Purpose of the Room:

   - Arrange furniture and objects to emphasize the purpose of the room.

5. Consider Aesthetics and Symmetry:

   - Pay attention to aesthetics and maintain symmetry between objects.

Remember, Feng Shui is about creating a balanced and harmonious living environment by working with the energies present in the space.

Vastu Shastra is the ancient Vedic art of spatial planning, encompassing principles of design, layout, measurements, ground preparation, spatial arrangement, and geometric patterns. The designs aim to integrate architecture with nature, the relative functions of different parts of the structure, and ancient beliefs utilizing geometric patterns (yantra), symmetry, and directional alignment. According to Vastu, each room should be situated in a specific direction:

NORTH: Balcony, bedroom, bathroom, child's room, entrance, garden, laundry, living room, library, relaxation room, pantry, office, veranda.

NORTHWEST: Bedroom, kitchen, gas and electricity, fireplace, garage, guest room, gym, laundry, library, living room, utility room, pantry.

WEST: Bedroom, dining room, living room, office, study room, stairs.

SOUTHWEST: Garage, gym, library, living room.

SOUTH: Bedroom, dining room, living room, library, office.

SOUTHEAST: Fireplace, kitchen, gas and electricity, boiler room.

EAST: Balcony, bathroom, dining room, waiting room, living room, meeting room, office, open space, stairs, study room, toilet, veranda.

NORTHEAST: Bedroom for elderly, plumbing, water tanks, study room, library.

By utilizing Vastu and Feng Shui, we can create a beautiful living environment that contributes to a wonderful life experience. Have you ever wondered why some homes feel like everything is in its right place, while in others, furniture seems to be misplaced? This is precisely why it's valuable to incorporate these systems, as they tap into subtle levels and bring harmony to them.


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