An ancient Chinese myth of Creation speaks of the giant Pangu, who separated Heaven and Earth in a way that they would stay separate, but still be connected.
In order to permanently connect Heaven and Earth, Pangu had to go through nine transformations.
These nine transformations became the nine principles of natural law, that govern everything that is.
How a Giant Separated and Connected Heaven and Earth
Watch this 1-minute video about how the giant Pangu separated and connected Heaven and Earth, then scroll down to see how this applies in your home. Remember to scroll to the bottom of the page to see your homework.
Humans are the connectors of Heaven and Earth. So after the world was created, or let’s say, after the Universe was created – and Creation came from one source and that source was the Tao – Heaven and Earth had to be separated, so that we could have an existence as human beings.
And there is a creation myth, in some areas of China, that talks about a giant, called Pangu, who separated Heaven and Earth.
And after Pangu separated Heaven and Earth, Heaven and Earth stayed as different levels of existence.
But in order to separate Heaven and Earth, Pangu had to go through nine transformations. And those nine transformations helped establish order through natural laws in the universe. That is what we call universal laws.
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9 Transformations in Your Home
The nine principles of natural law were used to create the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System.
In a Nine Steps to Feng Shui® consultation this is the order we follow. Each of these steps is designed to make a change in your home, but also in your life. The system works because it is based on universal laws.
Step 1: Complete the Floor Plan
Step 2: Balance Extremes
Step 3: Achieve a Proper Circulation of Chi
Step 4: Tune In to Nature
Step 5: Harmonize Colors, Shapes and Materials
Step 6: Use the Right Symbols
Step 7: Fix and Heal
Step 8: Assign and Enhance the Life Areas
Step 9: Use the Power Position in Furniture Placement
Your Homework for Episode 5
Answer these questions:
- Do you believe there are universal laws?
- Are you a rule follower or a rule breaker?
- What criteria do you use to establish that a rule or law is worth following?
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For me, personally, I look at the source of the rule/law. Who created the rule? What kind of evidence backs it up?
What is your opinion?
Everything You Believe to Be True About Life is Expressed in Your Home
You affect your home and your home, in turn, has an effect on you. You establish a feedback loop with your place.
The feedback loop may be positive or negative, but it’s never neutral.
Feng Shui – applied the right way – gives you control over what your home tells you, and whether your home is your supportive partner or a constant drain.
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For me, I consider the source of the law/rule and the advantages/consequences of following/not following it.
That’s a very good approach!
Do you believe there are universal laws? Oh, yes.
Are you a rule follower or a rule breaker? Depends on the day. Most days yes, I follow. Somedays I enjoy a detour and a nap.
What criteria do you use to establish that a rule or law is worth following? How long it has been used by a culture and whether it is in synch with the humane principles of a partnership society.