Feng Shui can create havoc in relationships, writes Shivani Adalja

Feng Shui can create havoc in relationships, writes Shivani Adalja

Dubai-based wellbeing expert Shivani Adalja says, Feng Shui does help in creating a conducive environment in relationships

By Shivani Adalja

Published: Sat 7 Feb 2015, 10:39 PM

Last updated: Thu 25 Jun 2015, 9:51 PM

Many clients ask if Feng Shui impacts divorce. What kind of energy instigates divorce and does Feng Shui play a major role? The answer is simple – yes, Feng Shui can create havoc in relationships.

However to be fair, Feng Shui alone cannot make or break relationships. But it does help in creating a conducive environment in relationships. To understand what I am saying, you must first understand the basics of Flying Star Feng Shui.

The main basis of Flying Star Feng Shui is that the energies in our universe keep changing over a period of time. These energies can be further divided into three catagories – moving energy, stable energy and stagnant or bad energy.

The aim of Flying Star Feng Shui is to identify the location of these three types of energies and balance them. Firstly, moving energy is considered to be good for money, growth and prosperity. It is important for this energy to be constantly moving as it is recommended to have movement in your career and finances. Therefore placing water fountains, an aquarium or television in this area supports the required movement.

Then we come to stable energy. This energy is quiet and peaceful. It represents your relationship and family life. Therefore it is never recommended to place moving objects or a water fountain in this area. This area needs to be away from noise and activity. The logic is that if you want your marriage or relationship to be stable and harmonious, then keep it away from any kind of distraction.

If this area is imbalanced and has too much activity, it leads to disharmony in relationships. Sometimes it can fuel the crack in your relationship.

And the third type of energy is stagnant or static. This energy is outdated and affects health and mental wellbeing. Therefore it is advisable to reduce or destroy this energy in your environment.

There are specific ways to balance these three energies. The study of Flying Star school of Feng Shui mainly focuses on how can you improve your surroundings and enhance good energies by using the five elements – water, wood, fire, metal and earth. Using these simple elements you can enhance, reduce or destroy the energy in your surroundings.

However unknowingly placing active objects in your relationship area can create fights and disharmony in your relationships. It might not lead to a divorce but for sure it will fuel arguments within your family and with your partner. Therefore before taking a drastic step of filing for a divorce, why not implement Feng Shui to see if things can be turned around?

Shivani Adalja is a Dubai-based wellbeing expert. She runs the Alignment Insitute which offers effective solutions that focus on stress management and overall wellbeing. Email align@shivaniadalja.com.

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