Feng means wind, Shui means water and in Chinese medicine, the two combined means good health. Through this 3.000-year-old practice, it is believed that by arranging your living space you can create harmony in all aspects of your life.
This incredibly potent Feng Shui Ritual works like magic and guarantees to effectively clear your space and welcome new energies into your home and life.
What You’ll Need:
Friday is said by feng shui experts the best time to clear so you can make this ritual on a weekly basis.
A smudge stick (sage, palo santo)
An affirmation or intention. It can be anything that resonates with you that will invite positive and loving energy into your living space.
Salt (natural sea salt or Himalayan salt will hold more potent energies but even table salt will do).
Clean your home physically, letting go of anything which carries old, stagnant energies reminding you of the past.
Open all windows and doors to allow maximum energy flow in.
Put on some joyful or calm music.
Focus clearly on your intention for yourself and how the home may help you hold it.
Light the sandalwood and smudge yourself from your head to your toes. The smoke will clear the energy and absorb anything disruptive.
Recite your intention as you smudge the house. Start with the entryway and move clockwise through the room. Be sure to include windows, corners, closets, and behind & under the furniture. When you return to the entry, you can move on to the next room. The smoke will billow heavier in the places with more stagnation. (Nothing magical here but it is a good indicator of where energies in your home get “stuck.”)
If you have multiple levels, start at the bottom and work your way up, sending all the energy out the front door.
Once you’ve cleared the whole house and return to where you began, clear yourself again by reciting your affirmation.
Use the salt and put a pinch in every corner (clockwise again in the same order that you cleared). This will absorb any “negative” energies as they enter your space. Replace the salt occasionally, but it is best to repeat the entire ritual when you do.