Feng Shui Colors and Your Health

If you’ve ever had a friend who said they always got sick, you might have noticed they were right. No matter how often they washed their hands or exercised, they seemed to get sick. But why is this? This person was attracting the energy of sickness to themselves just by saying that they always get sick. If they talked about being healthy, then they would have remained healthy. In the practice of Feng Shui, when you place certain things around you, you attract healthy energy. Here are some tips to pass onto your friend – and use for yourself.

Healthy in your Office

Since you generally spend a lot of time in the office, you will want to ensure you are using Feng Shui here to help with health concerns. The first thing you will want to do is to make sure you are using colors that are bright and that attract positive energy. Red is good for luck, but yellow is good for positivity. Green is another color that is associated with growth and well-being, so that’s an option for your office as well. If you can’t paint the walls then add colorful accessories to add color.

In terms of other Feng Shui tips, you might want to position your desk so that you can see your door when sitting down as this allows for a better flow of energy in the room. With your desk facing the entrance you are always protected. Finally, you will want to make sure you keep your office free of clutter as a cluttered office is more likely to hang onto stagnant energy, which then can lead to illness.

Healthy in the Bedroom

Many people underestimated the importance of quality rest in regards to health. Since we spend 1/3 of our lives in the bedroom this is the best place to begin with Feng Shui when it comes to creating health.

As many people are able to work from home these days, it seems like the bedroom has become a place to comfortably type on your work laptop. If you want to attract health to your life, you need to keep your office in a separate location from your bedroom. The bedroom is meant for rest and communication with your partner not business.

To further attract healthy energy, try using Feng Shui colors like browns, whites, and other muted tones. This will keep the energy from being too intense, which can upset the immune system.

Also, keep the bedroom light during the day, but as dark as possible at night to keep the energy up in the day and lower when you want to sleep (which is good for your health too).

Weather permitting, as often as possible open the windows in the bedroom to clear out any stagnant chi energy. This will also keep the chi energy flowing for health.

With Feng Shui, you might not be able to avoid sick days, but you will notice you feel healthier more often. And that’s a good feeling.

Author's Bio: 

Candace Czarny “Award Winning” Interior Designer, Subtle Energy Expert and author of the best selling “20 Minute Feng Shui” is launching her newest work “The Master’s Secret Key” at www.TheMastersSecretKey.com/tmsk , a short work design to inspire the reader to self-empowerment.
She has been inspiring and educating people on line with her web site www.ArtOfPlacement.com since 1994. Her site is constantly ranked in the top 10 of Google and Yahoo and she has developed a loyal following.
Her passion is “creating a paradigm evolution, where people believe that creating their environment is the key to creating the life they desire.”
Candace Czarny is the president of Wind & Water, Inc. She has more than 30 years’ experience in interior and “Green” design, facilities and project management and Feng Shui.
Candace has practiced interior design since 1973 and received her Degree in Interior Design from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VA Tech) in 1977. She is a NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer and a Professional Member of ASID. She is a Certified Facility Manager (CFM) and a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional). She is responsible for the Design of the First “Gold” LEED Certified building in the State of Arizona. She has also received the Design in Excellence Award from the Arizona chapter of ASID and the Best of the Best Award in Sedona.
In addition to her scholastic studies, Candace apprenticed with Feng Shui Master and Shaman Cuneo for 5 years. Her studies consisted of field work and daily training in the oral tradition. Her training comes from a global perspective of esoteric sciences and incorporates: Landform and Black Sect Feng Shui, Hawaiian Huna, European Geomancy, Native American and South American Energy Sciences. She teaches practical, accurate, in-depth energy principles with creative and modern applications. Her clients have testified of dramatic results using Candace’s advice from romance to business.