Posted by Imperial Harvest on 11 November 2022
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Living and working in an environment with amplified wealth sectors empowers individuals with monumental breakthroughs that usher in abundant wealth, fortune and success across their endeavours. Additionally, the water stars — both natal and periodic — activate the wealth sectors present in these property spaces, further catalysing wealth accumulation.
Importance of wealth sectors
In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, each home or office has important sectors that amplify the flow of auspicious energies within the property, enhancing the well-being and prosperity of its occupants.
The wealth sectors are paramount to an individual’s success, representing the growth and accumulation of their wealth. When properly identified and activated, these sectors catalyse the flow of wealth within the household.
Feng Shui Tips to usher wealth into your home
Keep the Bright Hall (明堂) clear
One of the golden verses in Imperial Feng Shui, “宅前无余地，子孙稀”, indicates an association between the space in front of a house, and the household’s opportunities and wealth capacity. In Landform Feng Shui, this space refers to the Bright Hall, or 明堂, and is where auspicious energy gathers.
Keeping the Bright Hall of your home clear allows the entry of auspicious energy into your home and catalyses the flow of wealth into your home. As such, it is recommended to remove any decorations or home ornaments that obscure this flow of energy.
For apartment homes, the Bright Hall is located outside the main window. A blocked view from the main window indicates an obscured Bright Hall. In cases where it is difficult to shift locations or remove the blockage, keep the area around the main window clear to allow more energy to enter the home.
Repair or discard any broken items
Maintain your home or office’s wealth sectors by ensuring that the area remains clear of any items that are chipped, falling apart or no longer working properly. These broken-down items can bring financial losses, as well as mental stress to the household’s occupants. Repairing or discarding any of these items will keep this area clear of any inauspicious energy.
Avoid floor-to-ceiling windows in these places
Today, many homeowners may opt for floor-to-ceiling windows when designing their homes, allowing for a wider field of vision and more natural light. However, floor-to-ceiling windows have implications in Feng Shui and require thoughtful planning before installing them within a space.
According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, the living room of a home is the ideal location to attract wealth and auspicious energy. Installing floor-to-ceiling windows in this location can lead to difficulties in retaining and accumulating wealth — bringing about financial worries.
Use rugs and carpets in neutral or favourable colours
Rugs, carpets and various floor coverings can have different implications on your home’s Feng Shui, with some being better suited than others. Simple rugs and carpets with clean lines, a simple geometric pattern or solid colours are best suited for most households. Those that are bold could invite negative energy into your home.
Floor coverings should utilise the homeowner’s favourable colour. However, not all are suitable for specific sectors of the home, as the incompatibility may invite elemental clashes that could diminish the wealth luck of the household.
Auspicious placements for aquariums
Aquariums can be a prime example of the balance between the five elements in Imperial Feng Shui. Installing an elementally harmonious aquarium at the auspicious sectors of your home ushers in prosperous wealth luck, and fortune for the household’s occupants.
According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, the dining or living rooms are auspicious locations for an aquarium. Energised by the positive Yang energy generated by an aquarium, the living room and dining room empower the household’s occupants with benefactor luck.
Importance of Water Stars in Imperial Feng Shui
“山管人丁，水管财”, a well-cited principle of Imperial Feng Shui that reiterates a crucial factor in this noble art — balance is the key to achieving success in life. The water stars present in each home and office govern the wealth, opportunities and intuition of the property space’s occupants.
There are two types of Water Stars in Imperial Feng Shui — the natal and periodic Water Stars. The natal water star is static, setting the foundation of your home’s Feng Shui to enable the creation of wealth and catalysing success.
On the other hand, periodic water stars shift their positions every 20 years, according to the change in the Feng Shui periods. These stars govern an individual’s career and investment luck during the current Feng Shui period.
Imperial Harvest Crystal Collection
During the Qing dynasty, Imperial Feng Shui masters unveiled the use of Imperial Harvest-grade crystals as an innovative and practical solution to the technically-challenging issue of reconstructing imperial structures according to changes in periodic water stars.
Based on Imperial Feng Shui principles, the water stars in both homes and office spaces are activated with Imperial Harvest-grade crystals — the same grade as those deployed by Emperor Qian Long during the Qing dynasty. With the installation of Imperial Harvest crystals, individuals can maximise their wealth prospects and catalyse their financial growth to usher in boundless wealth and prosperity.
Today, the Imperial Harvest crystal collection is a contemporary embodiment of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition that flourished during the Qing dynasty. Featuring prominently in the personal collections of numerous blessed clients, this eminent Imperial Feng Shui treasure is a key proponent of their financial success.
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