50-70% of your home’s Feng Shui is determined by its environment. Mountains, roads, rivers, oceans, electric and power poles, trees and buildings can bring chaos or harmony to your life. For instance, a home with too many roads surrounding it makes the occupants confused and creates difficulty to focus and to save money. A home with a steep slope in the back can cause serious financial problems.
So, How Can You Protect Your Property With Feng Shui?
Since you cannot control the Qi outside your property, it is necessary to maximize the energetic support on all sides of your land so that the Qi does not dissipate and leave. Fortunately, classical Feng Shui offers remedies to alleviate challenging Qi and protect your property by creating needed support with the Four Celestial Animals.
The back of the home is called the BLACK TORTOISE and offers support and stability in life. It is important for a home to have a solid wood fence, a wall behind it, or another home because it supports its occupants with career, finances and relationships.
On the Left side, as you stand facing out the front door, is the GREEN DRAGON. It must be represented with a solid fence or thick landscaping to build wealth as it can positively or negatively affect the cash flow of the residents.
On the Right side, the WHITE TIGER offers support to the woman/female of the house and protection for the house or business. This side indicates authority and must be represented as well.
The RED PHOENIX in front of the home can be a low laying wall, a small mount, small boulders or shrubs to receive energy.
When the FOUR CELESTIAL ANIMALS are properly represented, they allow the chi to accumulate and stay on the property, benefitting the residents. It is Qi or Earth Luck, along with Heaven Luck and Man Luck that give people opportunities with health, wealth, relationships, career and harmony.
Is your home Feng Shui protected?