The state of our living environments can significantly influence our health and well-being. It’s a well-known fact that a home’s design, decoration, maintenance, and location directly affect an individual’s mood and overall wellness. For instance, a room painted in a specific color can evoke emotions related to the unique energy vibration of that color – analogous to the range of frequencies emitted by musical notes. We will delve into this concept of color frequency in future discussions.
The objects we place in our homes also play a role in shaping our environments. Usually, their influences may be neutral or too subtle to noticeably impact us. However, some objects radiate more positive energies than others, making them preferred choices for a health-centric home.
Feng Shui is a discipline that seeks to optimize the flow of beneficial energy within living spaces. This ancient Chinese philosophy proposes that everyone and everything are interconnected by a life-enhancing energy known as ‘qi’. Feng Shui studies how this energy influences our health, wealth, and relationships, aiming to promote positive energy and rectify negative qi. Despite its numerous principles and complex rules being rooted in ancient knowledge and centuries-old observations, Feng Shui’s wisdom is usually only available through consultants and books.
Applying Feng Shui to create a harmonious home often necessitates the expertise of a specialist or extensive self-study. However, since its foundation lies in nature’s phenomena and ancient dowsing practices, similar results can be achieved using these methods: observation, dowsing, and the understanding and application of beneficial energy concepts.
Geobiology offers another approach to home harmonization. This discipline investigates various aspects of the earth and the cosmos, natural and artificial electromagnetic fields, water and air pollution, and even paranormal phenomena to mitigate harmful energies in a home. Utilized since ancient times by Tibetans, Chinese, and Egyptians, Geobiology employs tools like pendulums and rods—found in tombs and sarcophagi dating back thousands of years. Sacred geometry proportions – the Golden ratio, a topic extensively covered in Geobiology, were used in the construction of pyramids, temples and sacred monuments, also built on locations that were determined to be of energetic significance and higher vibrations. The ancient egyptians’ use of dowsing rods to locate water in the desert exemplifies a deep and intuitive connection between humans and nature.
In contemporary times, our innate ability to perceive and apply beneficial solutions to our homes is often suppressed. We’re inundated with advertising and subliminal messages urging us to conform to materialistic trends, overshadowing the importance of a harmonious and healthy living space.
Both Geobiology and Feng Shui use intuitive techniques and tools to identify and rectify energies in our homes. Dowsing, the use of pendulums, rods, or the human body to connect with subconscious energetic responses to objects, places, colors, and more, is one such practice. Future discussions will explore this topic in detail, providing guidance on how you too can learn how to use these tools to detect and improve the energies around you.