Day #59 (General)
Is there a room or space with in your home or business that is particularly dark?
This could symbolise that an aspect of your life may be difficult to see or gain clarity over.
As each room or space within your building will represent an area of your life, if that area is constantly dark then this may also show up in an area of your life.
For example, one of my friends recently bought a house and the kitchen dining room area was in the centre of the building – it’s Tai Ji (meaning on Day #27). This area of her home had no natural light source as it is flanked on all sides with rooms. Having such an active room in the Tai Ji of a home is great as it helps activate all the other sectors of the home, but being so dark, without a natural light source, would make the home in general feel tired and withdrawn.
Instinctively and practically she made the best decision. She had a skylight fitted into that area. By doing this, it not only brings natural light into her kitchen and most communal space of her home, but she has also lifted the energy of the entire building – being the Tai Ji.
This would have a huge uplifting and positive affect for the entire family dynamic and sense of well being.
Have you got a dark room?
And is there anyway of bringing more natural or artificial light to it?
Feng Shui is a great tool for experimentation – so if you do have a dark room, how about lighting it up for a few weeks and see what comes to light in your life?
Take note of things that you have suddenly gained clarity or feel more positive about.
Let’s shine a light and lift the energy.
More info re healthy and Eco friendly lighting to come xxx
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