The Nine Principles and Your Transformations – The Feng Shui Focus – Episode 28

When you first came to life, you were full of possibilities — 100 percent yourself. You were also completely helpless, 100 percent unable to survive by yourself.

Your caretakers’ main duty toward you was to keep you alive. In order to do this, they had to suppress your will. You had to hear “no” many times to avoid dangers. You were pushed to eat things you didn’t want to eat and you were denied things you wanted to play with.

Even if your parents or guardians were very loving and nurturing, the process of domestication and civilization they put you through was traumatic by nature. It taught you to deny yourself and to not trust yourself.

Today, as an adult, you need to regain that trust in yourself and find out who you really are, what you like, and what you came to do.

By following the laws of natural order, you get to reconnect to your own authenticity, and one easy way to do this is to apply the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® to your home.

The Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System follows the order of the nine natural laws. It eases you into the nine transformations you need to go through in a fun and uplifting way.

The Process of Transformation

The nine transformations you need to go through in order to connect Heaven to Earth are not meant to turn you into a different person. Rather, they are meant to take you back to your authentic self by removing everything that is not you.

It’s about taking away bad habits, such as making excuses or leaning into drama. It’s about acquiring good habits, like for example getting enough sleep and taking care of your body.

The more you you allow yourself to be, the more you will know what you really want. By following your interests and passions you will be guided to your next right step on your right path.

This clarity will make it easier for you to have healthy and attainable goals. Everything you do will bring you closer to a life that truly makes you happy and proud.

The 9 Principles and Your Transformations – The Feng Shui Focus – Episode 28


The same Principles of Natural Law that we use to create the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® work to awaken the authentic you. 

Principle One, the Tao, is related to Transformation One, is to End Excuses and Live a Life of Strategy. Principle Two, Yin and Yang, to Forego Drama for the Sake of a Balanced Life. 

Principle Three, Chi, Conserve Energy to Reduce Stress and Have More Vitality. Principle Four, Rhythm, Learn to Identify and Use Universal Winds and Currents. 

Principle number Five, the Elements, Understand Yourself and Others so You Get Along Better with yourself and others. 

Principle Six, True Words, Co-write the Script of Your Own Life, as You Hold the Wheel of your own destiny. 

Principle Seven, the Chakras, Live Only with That Which Helps You Follow Your Passions. 

Principle Eight, the Trigrams, Set Goals Aligned with Your Life Missions for the Nine Life Areas.

Principle Nine, the Magic Square, Easily Fulfill Your Pact or Contract with Heaven. 

Your Homework for Video 28

1 – What things did you love to do as a child that you no longer do, but would like to do?

2 – What things did you love to do as a child until someone laughed at you or told you that you weren’t good at them?

3 – What activities give you the most joy today? Is their space in your home for these things to happen?

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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