Ever since I was little I was warned not to do certain things, well actually, a lot of things. As kids we were told the usual stuff - not to touch the stove, not to cut our sister's hair and stuff it down the clogged drain or not to tie the guinea pig to our grandma’s chair - but the laws in the Komine household went a little further. We used the basics of the Chinese practice of Feng Shui in the Khood. Feng Shui means the balance in life, Feng is the wind and Shui is water. They are both elements that we can’t live without and as they circulate, they keep the energy refreshed and flowing in the earth.
According to Feng Shui, everything in the world gives off a certain energy and can affect your personal chi (life force) and your lifestyle. If used the right way, Feng Shui allows you to improve every part of your life, from your health and wealth to your relationships and career, but for me I don’t use hardcore Feng Shui. Instead, I focus on having good energy flowing throughout the day.
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