Human luck and inner peace: The other feng shui

If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time you probably read a post talking about the 3 Lucks in Chinese metaphysics.

Feng Shui Masters believe there are 3 types of luck: Heaven Luck, Human Luck and Earth Luck

Heaven luck would include things like the date you were born, the family you were born into, the color of your eyes, your height and other things you can’t really change about yourself. 

Your Earth luck is the feng shui of your home and office or work environment.  This includes the direction the front door faces, the Flying Stars built into the building, the layout of the floor plan, the clutter (or lack of) in your space.  Feng shui is all about the energy in your environment and how it supports or hinders you.  So your Earth luck is also under your control because you can always move, de-clutter and/or use feng shui activations and remedies to make your environment as supportive of you as possible.

That’s what the articles in this blog are all about.

In between your Earth and Heaven luck is your Human luck which includes your talents, your skills and how you develop them, the friends you choose to hang out with, the city you choose to live in and the job you choose to do for a living.  All of these things are under your control and you can change them any time you want if you choose to do so.

Until recently, all I’ve ever focused on is people’s Earth luck but I’ve noticed a change over the past several years that made me want to explore the Human luck side more to see if I could offer more support there.

The reason for this quest is that the world around us has changed.  The economy is not what it used to be. 

Family relationships are changing and not in a good way. 

Heck, even the weather is becoming more extreme!

Feng shui can help you with many things but it can’t reduce the cost of gas, prevent your home from being demolished by tornadoes, or keep that one annoying co-worker/client from irritating the begeezus out of you on a regular basis. 

In fact, I don’t know of anything that can prevent stressful events from happening in your life.

But, I do know know this:  if you reduce stress then you can deal more effectively with what’s happening in your world and the world around you regardless of what comes your way.

Through an unexpected comment during a conference call I was on several months ago I stumbled upon that ‘thing’ I’d been looking for to reduce my stress levels and it has worked tremendously.

For years I have had TMJ.  I first started getting headaches when I was 10 and my mom took me to the eye doctor who gave me eye exercises to relieve the pain.  I didn’t really follow through with the exercises (what 10 year old wants to do eye exercises?) and the headaches continued on and off for years.

Fast forward 7 years later and the headaches worsened.  I got glasses which did wonders for my nearsightedness but the headaches continued.

Finally, when I was in my 20s the dental hygeinist I went to thought that the reason I was having headaches was probably due to TMJ since she noticed I was grinding and clenching my teeth.  Sure enough, that’s what it was!

I thought I had finally resolved the problem when I began wearing a nightguard but this bulky mouth contraption just lessened the frequency of my migranes. 

In my 30s it was suggested that if I got braces to correct my bite that the TMJ would get better.  Well, I had already worn braces as a kid and was not too excited about the idea of wearing them again but by then my pain was so bad that I was not only getting headaches but my jaw and neck were constantly stiff and sore.

Two years later the braces came off and within 6 months the TMJ returned and continued to get worse.  Some days the pain was so bad that I would take 8 Advil a day and the medication didn’t even touch the pain.

I tried mediation, relaxation techniques, massage, and acupuncture.  Then I tried EFT, NMT, positive thinking and affirmations.  They provided temporary relief to some degree but nothing permanent.

Then finally I got the answer.  During the conference call I mentioned earlier in this post I happened to learn about heart energy and how scientists have discovered that the heart receives messages first and then sends them to the brain to determine how to interpret the information. 

They also said that research has shown that over 90% of illness is caused by stress and they believe that if you can relieve the stress your body can help prevent and even heal illness.  The reason I grind my teeth is due to stress so this really got my attention!

I began doing a bunch of searching on heart energy and that lead me to a book called The Healing Code by Drs. Alexander Loyd and Ben Johnson.  After getting the book and using the method in it I noticed I was not waking up with headaches and that the tension in my neck and jaw were greatly reduced.

It’s been several months now and my TMJ is not gone but I feel so much better!  I have had to take Advil only once in the past two months whereas before I was taking it 5-6 times a week several times a day.

As great as that is what I really noticed was how much calmer I felt.  Daily hassles that come up don’t really bother me.  I’m much more relaxed and at ease. 

The price of gas is up another 20 cents?  So what.  My daughter needs 36 muffins by 7 a.m. tomorrow morning for parent breakfast?  No sweat.  The dishwasher broke and it’s not a great time financially to get it repaired or get a new one?  We’ll just wash the dishes by hand. 

Because of this I began to wonder if it would work the same way for other people so I set up a Beta test and did the Healing Code using a feng shui methodology for a select group of my Flying Star Feng Shui clients.  Some of them I knew well and others I only knew by name from their purchase of my monthly Flying Star activations and remedies. 

The program was 30 days long and I had them all indicate on a scale of 1 to 10 how they felt about different areas of their lives as categorized in feng shui: career, health, relationships, decision making and how they felt about their lives overall.  While doing the Heaing Code I focused solely on inner peace and relaxation and nothing else.

After the 30 days they each saw a tremendous improvement.  Over 90% of the participants said they felt better about their jobs, health, finances and relationships.  The same percentage said they felt much better about their lives overall which was amazing!

One person said: “I was able to finally sell my house, my career is moving at a fast speed and my on-line cosmetics business is selling a lot more than before the inner peace program started.”

Another one said: “There has been a major positive shift in my relationships during this time and a breakthrough related to my love life and health.   I feel better about my finances and I feel as if I’m better able to manage my money and not overspend.

The same is true with my job– I’m working on a new project now and feel better overall about my job. My team and I were able to finish the troubled project I was working on when the inner peace program started, and then it just quietly went away and we were able to cut all ties to it, which was a blessing.”

Because the results were so helpful to so many people I feel I’ve finally found the key to bringing in the ‘Human luck’ piece that has been missing from the feng shui for the past several years and since this is one-third of the whole shebang it’s an important piece that’s been missing until now.

On April 23, I’m launching 27 Days to Inner Peace as a way to increase your human luck, reduce stress and feel better about yourself and your life.  The best part is all you have to do is sign up because I do all of the work for you!

Just click here to find out more.  You know you want to so just do it.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Fengshui Secrets
    Apr 13, 2012 @ 19:45:45

    It is the knowledge of feng-shui i.e., the knowledge of the power and influence of our surroundings and more particularly the element of wind and water that makes all the difference… It determines whether we thrive in a environment of positive or negative energy; and that is what makes for a healthy, wealthy & successful life.

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