Feng Shui these three areas of your home to raise your confidence, achieve your goals and find fulfillment.
By Ken Lauher
Many people ask me: “How will I know when I’m living my true purpose?” You’ll know it. Just as you’ll feel it when the flow of chi through your space is in perfect alignment with your goals and your purpose, you’ll know when you’ve returned to your true self and are on the path to achieving fulfillment.
When we’re living our true life purpose, things fall into place. That doesn’t mean you won’t ever have problems or setbacks or even the occasional “bad day,” but the way you view these incidents will change. You will see problems as challenges, and have the creativity to confront them in a productive way.
You’ll find that everything you need and want begins flowing to you, as long as you keep your mind and eyes open to it. It will be easier to live in the moment, appreciate your blessings, and view obstacles as exciting challenges to overcome. Sounds like the kind of life you’d love, doesn’t it? It all begins with one step.
Understanding your Number One Goal
If you’re just beginning this path to discovering your true self, consider this question: What are the top three things — or even one thing — you’d like to accomplish? What’s your desired outcome?
When I arrive at a home or apartment for a Feng Shui consultation, I evaluate the space to see what stories it tells about the home’s inhabitants. You can do the same with your living environment. This is an important first step toward getting unstuck. A lot of times, our fears and blocks manifest in our space.
On the other hand, we can make changes to our space that will help us get unstuck. When you first employ simple Feng Shui changes in the area outside your home or apartment, and then in your entryway, you’ll start seeing immediate results. This will inspire you to do even more.
Stand quietly at your doorway or on your front lawn and listen to your inner voice. What does your intuition tell you about the space? Is there healthy living chi, represented in plants and animals that are full of life? Do any architectural features create a sense of impending doom, or do they all work together in a way that creates positive life energy and a feeling of flow in the space.