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Philosophy

In Feng Shui we believe everyone comes here with a life mission, a type of soul purpose or contract, which in Vedic traditions is known as Dharma. This is not, as we may be inclined to think, a physical end goal, but rather a gradual elevation of our consciousness to the realisation of the ultimate truth of who we are. Discovering what our life mission is therefore, is less about receiving a glorified vision for what we must accomplish in the future, than a moment by moment practice of letting go, of aligning to what resonates with our deepest truth, and of allowing ourselves to be led by our innermost knowing.

 

In ancient Toaist philosophy, from which the practice of Feng Shui has evolved, Tao, or the 'way' as it may be best understood, is the life force that permeates and connects everything - the absolute principle underlying the universe, combining within itself the principle of duality (yin and yang). When we are aligned with the Tao, the natural order of the universe - the truth of who we are, we will be led via the path of least resistance, through joy and synchronicity, not to but as the realisation and embodiment of our 'life mission'.

When we align with our true nature, we embody a higher frequency that connects us to the flow of life itself. In Taoist philosophy, there is a concept known as 'wu wei', literally meaning "inexertion", "inaction", or "effortless action." Wu wei refers to the cultivation of a state of being in which our actions are quite effortlessly in alignment with the ebb and flow of the elemental cycles of the natural world. Feng Shui helps us to create environments that support this natural harmony, allowing us to embody our life mission and to live with ease and grace.

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"To the mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders"

- Lao Tzu      

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