Feng shui cycles

Feng Shui Cycles Clock Calendar Map

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Use Feng shui cycles to do more with less effort by using nature to help succeed in life. Learn

what the Feng shui cycles are and how to use them to make life easier. Feng shui uses these

cycles to create the ideal home for success.. The days, lunar and seasonal cycles have similar

properties and were described by yin and yang plus the five elements in China. So the day,

full moon and summer are brighter and encourage greater activity, whereas the night, new

moon and winter are darker and encourage rest. At the same time the south side of a home

with have more brighter, yang qualities and encourage activity, whilst the north is shadier,

creating a better atmosphere for rest.

In essence our experience of time is being applied to space. The chart above shows the

connection between the 8 directions and the day, lunar and year cycles, along with

corresponding directions. In addition it shows the five elements and directions of energy

associated with each direction.

When we know which phase we want to strengthen we can apply feng shui to strengthen

that change, as described at the end of this article.

 

Feng shui cycles – life cycle

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The Feng shui cycles chart above uses the life cycle of a plant to describe the different

phases of the Feng shui cycles. This is a universal cycle that can be applied to anything in life.

The aim is to help understand the different phases of nature, for example through a plant.

We can then apply the cycle to any real life issues. The cycle begins and ends in the north,

which corresponds to the night, new moon and winter.

 

Feng shui cycles – human life cycle

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The chart above describes the feng shui cycles in terms of a human life cycle. Birth begins in

the north and follows the cycle clockwise until leaving our body, back in the north phase.

This analogy helps understand the character of each part of the feng shui cycles. It also

provides an indication of where we are in our own cycle. Are we still in an early phase of the

cycle or have we jumped ahead? Where would we like to be right now and which part of the

cycle would be most helpful for success? Once we know which kind of chi we want more of,

we can use feng shui to find practical solutions.

 

Feng shui cycles – the business cycle

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The above chart applies the Feng shui cycles to a business cycle. The idea starts in the north

and moves through the various phases until reaching the north-west. Where is your business

in its evolution? Which phase have you reached? Where do you need to be for greater

success? Which phases will help you overcome current challenges? Have we done all the

hard work getting started / east and developing a market / south-east, but not reached the

west where we make profits? Do we need to focus on branding / south and customer

services / south-west to get to the profits / west? Sometimes we have to go back to move

forward. Do we need to go back and find new ways to grow our business? Wherever we

want to develop our business we use the directions to increase success through a mixture of

Feng shui and practical changes.

 

Feng shui cycles – relationship cycle

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Applying feng shui cycles to relationships, we start in the north-east. This is during childhood

where we observe our parents, and develop our fantasies about relationships through

stories, and our imagination. Sometimes this becomes the foundation for all our

relationships that follow. The east relates to going out and meeting people, or nowadays

internet dating. The southeast, taking time to really know someone and being patient. This is

where we might be too quick to dismiss a potential lover. The south is where we fall in love.

The southwest phase represents motherhood, so is associated with starting a family and

creating a home together. The west is where we let go of doubts, temptations and keeping

options open, so we can totally commit to a relationship. The northwest takes us to a

common wisdom. Finally the north phase is where we might find a deep spiritual

connection. Interesting to note that this describes a journey that lasts until the end of our

lives. There is no need to have it all near the beginning. We can enjoy each stage and accept

that sometimes it takes a while for a relationship to evolve. Where are you in your

relationship? If you are looking for a relationship have you fully committed to the first 3

stages? Whenever we want to enhance a relationship, we use feng shui to develop the chi of

that direction.

 

Feng shui cycles – projects

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We can apply the Feng shui cycles to any project. This project cycles work for blogs,

websites, writing, art, design, craft, starting new career… Again it all starts in the north. This

is where the daydreaming and big vision is created. North-east is the energy for committing

to our project and making it happen. East is where we take action and make the project

happen. South-east is the phase for doing the project, growing it and creating. South is the

stage is where we have passion for what we do and make it a success. The south-west is the

direction for perfecting our project. West represents the chi for completion and feeling

satisfied with our project. The north-west is the phase for learning from our experience and

being able to repeat the cycle with greater wisdom.