This Happens to You When There’s Too Much Wood

Too Much Wood Is Not an Excess of the Wood Element

People often ask me what they can do to deal with an excess of a wood element, say, if they live in a wood cabin, or if the walls are covered in wood paneling.

This may surprise you, but when you have too many wooden items in a room, you don’t have an excess of the wood element. You have an excess of a different element.

The Wood Element Should Be Called Something Else

The wood element in Feng Shui represents the energy of a living tree or forest, not just any piece of wood or wooden furniture. Once a tree is turned into wood, it gradually loses its wood element energy.

Some people prefer to use the term “Tree Element” instead of “Wood Element” to avoid confusion.

Tree Element would be more appropriate and more correct, indeed!

An Excess of Wood Brings In an Excess of the Earth Element

Wood is usually a brown or yellow, and tends to become dry over time, unless it is treated, and thus brings in the earth element. For instance, a house made of logs or a room adorned with wood paneling actually have an abundance of the earth element. Isn’t that fascinating?

This Happens to You When There’s Too Much Wood

When there is a lot of wood in a room or home, it means there is an abundance of the earth element. Having too much of the earth element can make a person feel unable to move forward. It can also lead to excessive worry or having constant obsessive thoughts. People who spend a lot of time in rooms with an excess of the earth element may feel confined.

What Can You Do?

An excessive amount of the earth element creates areas that resemble deserts. What can be done to reduce the sensation of dryness? Build an oasis inside the room. You can achieve this by adding plants or pictures of plants. Including water features might be beneficial, but it is important to proceed with caution since having water in the wrong location within the house could symbolize financial losses.

The 3 Superpowers of Your Home

There are hundreds of other Feng Shui issues, like the one we explored above, that may be found in a home. They all can create negative effects in you and the members of your family. This can feel overwhelming. However, if you are able to group all Feng Shui problems into 3 main categories:

  • Features that challenge safety.
  • Issues that trigger conflicts.
  • Problems that keep you stuck and hold you back.

Then it all becomes easier, because you are able to activate:

  • Feelings of safety, security and confidence.
  • Greater harmony, so everyone gets along.
  • Clear focus, healthy goals and empowerment.

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