By Erica Sofrina, Author of the book Small Changes, Dynamic Results! Feng Shui for the Western World.
As the Holidays approach often our sadness around broken relationships of family and friends becomes more prominent. This is the time for us to be gathering with loved ones and we feel their absence the most during this time. As the media prominently features happy gatherings of friends and family, we become even more depressed. If we are alone, these ‘happy’ faux families emphasize our feelings of loneliness even more.
If your relationships with specific friends and family members are not as wonderful as you would like, or if you have no friends or family around and would like to attract more, Feng Shui teaches that we an strengthen the energy center of our home that is directly connected to friends and family and thereby shift this in our lives in a positive direction.
The ancient Feng Shui masters felt there were certain parts of the home that corresponded to key areas of the lives of its occupants. By working with these energy centers you could A- identify what was going on in that area of your life, and B- enhance it by putting objects there that would encourage the chi (energy) to become activated.
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