The Transmuting Power of Heaven – Feng Shui Focus Episode 20

Human beings are defined, in ancient East Asian medicine, as the mysterious alchemical combination of Heavenly Fire and Energetic Water.

Heavenly Fire is represented by the color red. The color red is seen as a glue that keeps things together, just as it holds your attention when you look at it.

Energetic Water is represented by the color black. Water only looks blue in the surface because it is reflecting the sky. But water lacks color, and the lack of color means black. It doesn’t take long if you dive into water to reach pitch dark conditions.

In the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System we use the image of a red heart over three black waves to represent human beings.

Physical Reality Is Not Solid

We tend to think of physical reality as solid, hard, and extremely difficult to transform. However, physical reality isn’t solid, but rather it is fluid.

Most things in the material plane of existence are either in a gas or liquid form. Think about the solar system. It’s mostly made of space. The sun and the planets make a very small percentage of that.

Now think about the Earth. Only the crust and the center are solid. The rest of the planet is either water or melted rocks — fluid.

Think about the surface of our planet. Most of it is covered in water.

And, what about the human body? Most of it is water. Again, fluid.

Fluid equals movable.

Reality is in motion and, like all things that are moving, it takes little effort to change its direction.

Reality Is Easy to Shift

In our school of Feng Shui, we see reality as very easy to shift. We use methods to make small changes in your space, that end up generating tremendous changes in your life. It’s easy, because we know what we’re doing.

However, many times in life it seems like problems are very hard to solve. “Hard” is a consequence of being disconnected from the true nature of reality.

Sometimes we need to correct a physical problem in the home, but it would be impossible to make that change without doing a full remodel of the home. It’s at these times that we ask for the intervention of the transmuting power of Heaven — when we don’t seem to find a solution for a problem in the physical plane.

The Transmuting Power of Heaven – Feng Shui Focus Episode 19

Watch the video below and the continue scrolling to read the questions if you want to do the homework.

TRANSCRIPT:

The human being is the mysterious combination of Heavenly Fire and Energetic Water. 

This is actually Heavenly Fire acting on Energetic Water. 

Red is the color we use in Feng Shui to represent Fire, and Black is the color of Water. 

Most people think Blue is the color of Water but if you think about it, if you go deep enough in water, you will be in complete darkness. 

That is why we associate the color Black with Water. 

Heavenly Fire represents the human spirit and the transiting power, or love, from Heaven, and the Energetic Water represents the human body and the physical reality we exist in. 

Our spirit comes from Heaven, and the body is the gift from the Earth. 

We use the transmuting power of Heaven and we ask for the intervention of Heaven when there are things we cannot resolve by physical means. 

That is why you are going to see that the color Red is often used when fixing Feng Shui problems. 

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Your Homework for Video 20

1 – Until now, have you perceived problems as things that are very difficult to confront and solve?

2 – After reading this page and watching the video, do you feel like reality is easier to change? Or that problems should be easier to solve?

3 – If you think of reality as “energy in motion” what becomes possible that you didn’t think was possible before?

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 close relationship with your place.

This relationship 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.

Let the home take care of you by applying the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System with Moni.

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