Day #108 (Sacred Space, Feng Shui and Geomancy)
Finding Your Spot for rest and renewal and using the energy of your spot to support you.
Have you ever noticed when you have gone to the beach or a park you feel your way to find your spot?
And if it isn’t quite right you will move, even an inch until it ‘feels’ right? It’s a finely tuned process.
You have done it many times before and you have even picked up all your plates, bags, keys and belongings just to move to a spot that will meet your needs and feel better.
Have you ever considered that you are ‘feeling’ the Earth’s energy when you are doing this?
You are tuning in, using all your senses to find the area that best suits your resonance? It’s awesome when you think about it.
Back in the earlier years in many different cultures, before building a home on a piece of land, people would observe nature and the animals. If they were farmers they would allow their stock to roam the land and where ever the cows loved to consistently graze, that’s where the home was built. It meant that the space or earth in that area had an energy where life could thrive and be content, felt satisfied and could rely on it being a safe area. This is early Geomancy – reading and feeling the energy of the land.
There will be energy spots within your land and home that are more balanced and harmonised, naturally, than others.
Your home also has a particular area within it which supports your restoration and your health.
It’s called the Divine Mountain Dragon – simply put it’s THE best area of your home which will support your health and relationships. (this can only be found by a trained consultant)
Thankfully ours is in our boy’s room and the lounge-room. So now I know that if I’m sick or need to refresh I can sleep in either of these areas and it will help support this aspect of my life. And it will have a huge impact for our kids to consistently be supported in their health and during social development.
So maybe next time you are at the beach or park, outdoors or indoors and you need some rest time.
Feel your way around and spend some time.
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