03/26/2011 Feng Shui Florida


We often think of good Feng Shui in terms of creating quiet, peaceful living areas.  But negative energy feeds on stagnation, and our day-to-day predictable routine can lead to an environment that is too yin in nature.  One way to enhance the ch’i (energy) of your home or business is to create a festive (yang) atmosphere in your surroundings, then invite others to celebrate with you.  Buildings hold the energy of people who spend time there, so the vibration of activity from happy occasions leaves a positive imprint that lingers. 

When we entertain, play music, games or share food and laughter with friends and family, we actually help to dispel unlucky ch’i, improving our mood and outlook.  In Feng Shui, attending weddings, birthday parties and banquets is considered very auspicious, since the guests as well as the celebrants at these events benefit from all the positive energy surrounding them.  In fact, it is recommended for someone suffering from bad luck to seek out these occasions, since happiness is contagious and joyful people are more optimistic. 

You don’t need to wait for a special occasion to open your home or business for a celebration.  Go ahead and plan a small gathering of friends for dinner and conversation.  Schedule an open house for your business and invite the community to share in your good fortune.  You might even arrange a block party or a big, noisy celebration around a sporting event or theme.   Include children whenever possible, since their creative and cheerful dispositions lend another dimension to your perspective.  Just be sure to include music, laughter and happy people. 

Wishing you much happiness and good ch’i!

Diane Gallin, CFSC

Wind and Water Feng Shui Consulting

Wind and Water


Email   diane@windandwaterfengshui.com    Telephone   727-459-1459