So how do we use Feng Shui and Law of Attraction, together? But before I go into that, I want to make it very clear that Feng Shui is Feng Shui and Law of Attraction is Law of Attraction. They are not interchangeable.
Difference between Law of Attraction and Feng Shui
How many of you have heard that in order to attract a relationship with Feng Shui, you put a pair of mandarin ducks by your bed?
Or if you want money, you get a sailboat with gold and have the sailboat sailing towards you.
Or a three-legged toe frog with a coin in its mouth. When you go out for work, you put the frog facing out. When you come back from work, you have the frog facing in.
Those are not Feng Shui. But can they be Law of Attraction Decorating? Yes!
Think about that sailboat, for instance. The idea that a sailboat then you fill it with gold ingots and you put it in your living room. And if you see it, that boat, if it gives you a sense of prosperity and abundance, does that work in changing your energy around money? Yes! But is it Feng Shui? No… 🙂
Placing mandarin ducks by your bedside. If you look at the mandarin birds or the love birds remind yourself that your perfect someone is out there, and that you are making your way towards him or her, then those lovebirds is part of your manifesting tool.
But it’s Law of Attraction Decorating. It’s not Feng Shui.
What about the wallet? Abraham Hicks famously advised people to put a $50 note or a $100 dollars note in your wallet. You don’t spend it, but every time you open your wallet, you have a $50 note or a $100 dollars note there. And the idea is to slowly shift you into getting into that abundance mindset, “I always have money in my wallet”. Is that Feng Shui? No, that’s Law of Attraction.
So hopefully you see a difference between the two.
So what is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui is when you are able to calculate the energy of a space in order to find your health and relationship corners. Feng Shui is when you place your desk to face your money direction. It is when you place your bed to face a good direction for health and relationship. Feng Shui is designing your home to be in alignment of classical Feng Shui practices.
Feng Shui is in harnessing energy! Like right now, if the room that I’m in is completely empty, let’s say I’m sitting facing South, which happens to be one of the money corners in my house, which also happens to be very auspicious this year! It doesn’t matter if the room is empty. Me, sitting facing South for MY house (note: it could be different from your house because every house is unique), means I’m harnessing the Chi through good Feng Shui direction.
But how do I combine it with Feng Shui?
1. Perform Manifesting Rituals in Auspicious Corners
Once you’ve figure out where your three or four money corners are, for instance, you can do your meditation, visualization, candle rituals to manifest more financial abundance in those areas in your home.
2. Vision Board and Place it in Auspicious Corners
The other way that I love to combine Feng Shui and Law of Attraction is Vision Board.
What is a vision board?
A vision board. The original way is to get a board, a corkboard or a bulletin board, and put up pictures of the things that you desire. Maybe a larger house, nicer clothes, a corner office, a nicer car.
How do we combine Feng Shui with Law of Attraction? Let’s say it’s a vision board relating to finances, you put your vision board in a spot in your home that is strong for money. If it is related to travel, you put it in a part of your home that has potential for that. Have a vision board for losing weight? Then you can put it in a part of your home that has energy for health and vitality.
The energy can be the permanent energy of your home (meaning once you move into that house, that energy doesn’t change), or you can put the vision board based on the Annual Energy. Science already tells us the energy is constantly moving. It’s constantly shifting in Feng Shui.
Use your vision board, do your meditation or your visualizations to tap into those energies. Let’s try an example:
This is a 24 Mountain Compass. The compass has 360 degrees and every year, each of these 24 directions would have specific energies that would align with whatever it is that you want to manifest.
So you take this 24 Mountain Compass and overlay it to your home layout. Let’s say the energy for money that is strong in South2.
Then you figure out where is the South2 direction in your home. That is where you can put your Law of Attraction Decorations. You can use that area more, you can put your vision board there. Then next following year will be different because you follow the changes of the energy. If you put your vision board in a specific spot based on Feng Shui, you are effectively giving it that extra boost!
I wish you all the best in your practice and harness the power of these two amazing tools. If you still have questions or are looking for private consultation, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.