Can Feng Shui Make You Lucky?

Your Good Luck Has 3 Levels

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Feng shui seems to have as many enthusiasts and followers as it has skeptics. Arguing about why feng shui helps some people and not others is similar to arguing about why some people heal faster than others or why some people don't heal at all. There are many levels that are taken into consideration during the feng shui analysis, and, from a feng shui viewpoint, there are no identical houses, just like there are no two identical humans.

Houses with the same floor plans will have different feng shui because of their specific location, earth energy, light patterns, etc. Even identical twins often have different characters and emotional traits, so this might help clarify the infinite number of combinations between humans and the feng shui of the spaces they inhabit.

Some people will apply the feng shui guidelines and see almost immediate results, while others might still wait for their luck to be improved with feng shui.

How big is the power of feng shui to change your luck? And how long do you have to wait to see the expected results? Here is what feng shui wisdom says about changing human luck.

According to ancient feng shui masters, there are three types of luck: Tien, Ti, and Ren.

  • Tien. This means Heaven Luck, and it is a level that no one can change for you. You simply cannot change the time and place of your birth, the family you were born into, or your early life circumstances.
  • Ti. This means Earth Luck, and this is the level where feng shui can help strengthen your luck and attract auspicious energies into your life. By using feng shui to work with your immediate environment, you can considerably change your luck for the better and prevent bad luck.
  • Ren/ This means Mankind Lucki, and it is the luck you create with your efforts by learning, meeting the right people, exploring the world, and trying to improve your life by growing as a human being. It is the luck you create by good work, strong focus, and smart decisions.

Feng shui is neither religion nor superstition. It is an ancient body of knowledge that has survived thousands of years and carries a wealth of wisdom for those who are ready to apply feng shui to better their lives.

The best approach is the practical one, the one where you are open to understanding the meaning of unknown feng shui cures and at the same time question everything that does not feel right to you.

Choose a good luck cure by its meaning and energy, and be sure to experiment and play with your choices. A fresh, easy, and playful approach is bound to attract good luck.

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