Finding a sanctuary in our modern world isn’t always easy. Many of us work at home, or take work home from the office. Lots of you share spaces with roommates, significant others or family. Turning down the volume of life at home isn’t always intuitive.
Often we forget our bodies run on electrical energy generated by our own cells. In feng shui, this life force energy — or “chi” — is something we experience through our senses.
This example may help you understand “chi” more personally: Have you ever walked into a room after a heated argument just took place? You might feel the room is hot, “feel” the tension in the air and see the disorder of the space without even knowing there was an argument before you entered. That is how, in a feng shui sense, we experience the energy and flow (“chi”) of an environment.
To create a place to unwind, the idea is to unfurl the stuck energy in your environment — otherwise known as stress! — so your mind and body can feel at ease and fully untangle the mess of the day.
Do you have a place to relax at home?
We’re about to create one, or possibly improve the one you have!