Feng Shui Articles
By Shanna, Wednesday, June 01, 2011 11:40:57 AM
A compass would help ya'll for sure. But it seems you are reading to much into the words. Just because something says it needs to go into a corner, doesnt mean exact. Its generalizing for those who dont have corners. So in the general area of the SW part of your home put these things. Things need to flow, not be all square and organized all the time. If a wall happens to be my SW Corner, then I utilize the middle of that wall to put my things. If you dont have a compass, then remember back in school days, face north and put your arms out from your sides, the left is west and the right east. if you look between the front of you and your right arm there's NE. And in that general area you can put what you need. Pay more attention to if it feels right then all these words. I hope that helps some. ;-}
By Mary Ann, Wednesday, September 17, 2008 04:49:40 AM
I can agree with your comment! I have the same problem. I live near the Pacific Ocean. It's over the top of a mountain, and I know the sun sets in the west. I don't have a corner that points to the sw. I suspect someone will have an answer for us.
By Laurie, Saturday, September 06, 2008 01:32:16 PMYou must log in to post a comment. If you don't already have a My Spirit Now account, sign up now.
I have such a hard time trying to understand directions in my home. I can find out which way is North for the entire house... but get confused when it is in different rooms and the of different directions...sw, ne, I get so confused by it. What if you DON'T have a CORNER in the ne or the sw area? So many times, books and articles tell you to have something in THAT CORNER and there isn't one with that direction.. I guess a compass would help me with directions of ne sw etc but what about these "corners"? Not every house is built on land squarely, or land is not squarely set for corners with these directions. Any suggestions on this?