Success

Yin-Yang of Success

   

Dina,

Feng Shui Tao

 

 

 

 

Tao is the connectedness of all things. It is the thread that brings togetherness to all things. Tao is essential to Feng Shui in that it helps bind together the elements, colors, senses, and chi (energy). Balance is the legacy that Tao leaves behind.

For example, if you have ever been in someone’s home and something feels misplaced (such as the position of a plant, the color of the carpeting, or the art on the wall) this is the feeling of being “out” of Tao. If on the other hand you walk into a place and you feel at home and sense that the space feels peaceful, this is being “in” Tao.

Imagine Tao as a circle and all the pieces that fit into it are of equal importance because they create a complete circle. There are many ways to recognize that a person is out of touch with the Tao in their living or working space – Clutter, un-cleanliness, lack of photographs of family & friends, no living things that need care to survive, no books, and few or no accessories – are just a few of the clues. As you will see, too much or too little of something creates imbalance.

If there is an abundance or lack of things, this may signify a possible problem area in one’s living or working space and in one’s lives. An example of this would be a bundle of clothes next to the bed, is often a sign of desiring to escape or change. If there are few or no items in a room, chances are that person has trouble connecting to certain parts of their life.

It is amazing how one’s home or workspace is like a treasure map offering clues to what may be going on internally. The atmosphere that surrounds them daily truly gives messages, as to where there may be particular imbalances in one’s life. Good, strong, positive Tao is essential for positive Feng Shui and once balance is attained it will be very recognizable for all who visit, live, or work in that space.

Take the time to think and search your own living and/or working spaces and to feel where you might observe a lack of balance. Try to see what changes may need to be made in order to restore a harmonious balance between all aspects of your space and your life and you will see the difference it can make!

    

 

 

Take the time to think and search your own living and/or working spaces and to feel where you might observe a lack of balance. Try to see what changes may need to be made in order to restore a harmonious balance between all aspects of your space and your life and you will see the difference it can make!

 

 

    

 

 

Lao Tzu advices

Can you step back from your own mind
and thus understand all things?

Lao Tzu

Tao Te Chin