Feng Shui Quotes by Moni

Feng Shui Quotes by Moni is a collection of my most popular quotes that I have shared on social medial. Feng Shui is not just about creating beautiful places, but also creating beautiful lives for ourselves and the people we love.

“In the philosophy that gave rise
to Feng Shui there is a belief that
every person comes to this world
with a “seed” designed to help us
accomplish what we came to do.

When bad things happen, the seed reorganizes life around us to still give us the best chance to succeed.”

I had a wonderful indigenous
nanny that took care of me and did
the cleaning at my mother’s house.
I didn’t look down on her. I admired her.
For her sake, I would never look at
“a woman’s work” as demeaning,
because I loved her, and this is the
work she did to feed her family.
In doing so, she blessed our family.

Many times, people ask for
feedback, when what they really
want is a pat in the back. That’s OK. More often than not, people need to be loved more than they need to be corrected.

“How you display diplomas, certificates, medals and trophies shows how much you value your own accomplishments.

If you don’t value your own accomplishments, why should others?”

“Women can be empowered by creating beauty and harmony at home.

The mission of Feng Shui for Us™ is to bring the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System to millions of women around the world, so they can turn their homes into dream homes, where they can live their dream lives and realize their full potential.”

“Women can be empowered by creating beauty and harmony
at home.

The mission of Feng Shui for Us™ is to bring the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System to millions of women around the world, so they can turn their homes into dream homes, where they can live happy lives in spaces they love and are proud to show.

Science now knows that we have neurons
in the brain, heart and gut.

Science now knows that we have neurons
in the brain, heart and gut.

There is an ancient Feng Shui belief that there are three major energy centers in the body (the Three Dantians) located in the head, heart and gut – and which symbolize Heaven, Humankind and Earth.

Heaven – the source of Thoughts (head)
Humankind – the source of Emotions (heart)
Earth – the source of Actions (gut)

Science now knows that we have neuronsin the brain, heart and gut.

My purpose is to teach women how to get what they want out of life by using the home as a manifesting tool.

Design your perfect life, from home!

Science now knows that we have neuronsin the brain, heart and gut.

There’s Animism and Animatism. Animism is the belief that every thing has a soul. Animatism is the belief that every thing can be imbued with Spirit.

Feng Shui is Animatistic. All things in your home are imbued with spiritual energy and have a vibration of their own. That’s why things can have a happy feeling or a sad feeling.

Good grades are only important as a representation of how much you’ve learned.

In the same way, profits are important as a representation of how much good you create in the world through your business.

One thing regarding yin and yang is that in the West it gets confused with the “law of the pendulum.”

This law says that when things swing one way they will eventually swing the other way with the same strength (50/50 relationship). Thus the only way to find peace is to put your consciousness at the top of the pendulum, the hole from which it hangs, because that is the only part that doesn’t swing.

When people learn about yin and yang they think it is a swinging pendulum, that what you get on one side, you get the same on the other side (in the same proportion). It is not so. Yin and yang are processes of growth from one state to the other, and most of the time not a 50/50 relationship. In the home we seek 60% yang and 40% yin, for example.

The bottomline is that there is no swinging involved, but states of balance that have different proportions of yin and yang.

A lot of people perceive being in balance as being bored (being at the top of the pendulum and experiencing nothing painful and nothing fun), much like some of the ideas in Buddhism of eliminating desire. So it’s not appealing, like being in balance is not “being alive.”

For people who grew up in homes full of drama, they might only “feel alive” when things are swinging wildly.

In the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System, the second step is to achieve balance, by addressing features that create imbalance, such as staircases with only one flight of steps.

A bright image at the top of a staircase helps correct erroneous ideas that for something to be worth it, it has to be hard.

We say things like “there’s a steep road ahead,” and we brace for it. Life was designed from Heaven for us to be happy and healthy as we pursue the fulfillment of our life missions.

When we’re worried, the part of the nervous system that rules rational thinking gets shut down. That’s why it’s impossible to find solutions to our problems while worried! We just keep going over and over the same thoughts

Placing images on the side of the wall of a staircase placed side-by-side (instead of following the slant of the steps), helps correct the erroneous idea that for a person to progress they have to sacrifice much while they get there – that progress can’t be achieved from a place of comfort and happiness, or that you always have to be out of your comfort zone to make real progress.

In reality, our best chance of accomplishing something great starts out with living a balanced life today.

The Feng Shui theory says that the spiritual being is only fully present in the hollow spaces of the heart. To occupy the rest of the body, the spirit has to condense itself into matter. The heart, ruled by the fire element, is our symbolic connection to Heaven.

When the fire element is in harmony, there is a gentle joy, like a steady fire burning. When the fire element is hyper, there is exhilaration (and partying until one drops) or trying too hard (workaholics). When it’s hypo, then there is despondency, not caring, depression, finding it hard to get through the day.

If you live life like you’re on a pendulum you’ll always feel like you’re swinging out of control. You’ll never be able to find balance.
In the Great Tai Chi, yin and yang work with each other and slowly grow toward each other. In all phases of yin/yang relationship there is the equilibrium needed for that given moment, so you can keep moving in balance.

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