h Phoenix Qi: The Marriage of Feng Shui and the Law of Attraction

Monday, March 5, 2007

The Marriage of Feng Shui and the Law of Attraction

Literally translated, the words Feng Shui mean
Wind Water.

The connotation this carries is that Qi is carried on the Wind and captured by Water. Any other words used to translate "feng shui" are superfluous and used only to sound lofty and impress the uneducated.

If a practice is to be called "feng shui," of necessity qi, wind and water must be involved or it isn't feng shui. You can call broccoli "ice cream" but you're not going to fool anyone. Unfortunately not as many people are educated about feng shui as are educated about ice cream. (Make mine a Jamoca Almond Fudge, please!)

Almost the first thing a person says about feng shui these days is "clear the clutter!" Clearing and clutter have absolutely nothing to do with feng shui (and by the way, neither does the toilet seat cover).

Clutter and feng shui came together in the Black Sect Tantric Buddhism school. "Black Sect Tantric Buddhism, which was incorporated as a U.S. church in 1986, teaches and promotes a popular system it styles as "Feng Shui" and markets as "a synthesis of Tibetan and Chinese Buddhist, Taoist, and folk wisdom as well as modern psychology and design principles." Feng Shui Ultimate Resource

Basically, what this gives us is:
The Marriage of Feng Shui to the Law Of Attraction

Or something that looks like this:

Heluo Articles has this to say: "Professor Lin Yun himself does not discard any other [feng shui] system. However, rather than by Heaven Luck [electromagnetism] and Earth Luck [geomagnetism], his approach is from the perspective of Human Luck [psychology]. His is a purely intuitive approach of Time and Space, taking Human Qi as its starting point.

"Some practitioners of the Lin Yun system even disregard the Chinese Compass altogether, claiming it is not relevant.

"Anyway, however bent, there is no way this system should carry the name Feng Shui, because it may be a lot, but it is not anywhere Feng Shui. It halts Time and Space, it halts the earth rotation, and it proclaims its treatments valid without limitation as to time periods."

So, even though Black Sect Tantric Buddhism doesn't follow the principles of using a compass to determine your favorable and unfavorable electromagnetic and geomagnetic energies as feng shui does, it sure does follow the principle of the Law of Attraction, "like attracts like," and uses psychology and mind power to make it so, just as the Law of Attraction does.

Want more things in your life? Get rid of the old clutter: you really do clear your mind as you clear your space. When you no longer have to worry about all the old stuff, you are free to concentrate on future acquisitions.

Want love in your life? Love yourself and do nice things for yourself, (but if you are placing a vase of roses to attract love, please be darn careful that you place it in a truly energetically-favorable sector of your living space as determined by a real feng shui reading!)

Want more money? Visualize your bank account growing, announce to the universe you are expecting a windfall, (and go ahead and put a nice table fountain in your real wealth sector!)

The system of Black Sect Tantric Buddhism placement need not be incompatible with Feng Shui, in fact they can be very compatible, but they each should be recognized for what they really are: Feng Shui deals with the movement of qi in the form of electromagnetic and geomagnetic energies from different directions, and Black Sect Tantric Buddhism deals with the psychology of the Law of Attraction.

Please do not mistake one for the other, or you might get a cone of broccoli when you order Jamoca Almond Fudge!

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1 comment:

AG said...

Two things...

1. If I had to sum the entire thing up, it's that the Law of Attraction
is all about alignment. You've got to do the "work" if you want to
bring something info your life.

This is where I think people mess up, which gives the entire thing the
"MLM/Amway" kind of vibe. You can't just sit around eating junk food
and watching reruns and expect to live on the beach...regardless of what
the infomercials say.

People like Joe Vitale are out working. Bob Proctor is out working.
James Ray is out working.

2. I found a FREE book (yes, FREE) that helped me figure out all of
this. http://www.receivethebook.com/ has it and it's well worth the read.

And like I said, it's FREE. So you can't argue that the guy is trying
to take advantage of people looking for a "magic pill" or whatever else
I've been hearing over the last 2-3 weeks since this thing hit Oprah.