The Feng Shui Bagua Map helps you identify and anchor your intentions in the nine important areas of life: your Relationships, Family, Career, Wealth and so on.
The most important place to apply the Bagua Map is on the overall floor plan of your home, but your home may be missing one or more Bagua areas.
When your home has an irregular or non-rectangular shape, Feng Shui adjustments are necessary because your body senses that something is missing.
Without these adjustments, over time you unconsciously and fruitlessly try to create harmony in ways that ultimately have the effect of throwing you even more out of balance.
One of the best ways to make up for a missing area and reinforce your Intention is to apply the Bagua to individual rooms.
- Most rooms have regular shapes that include all nine Bagua areas, giving you the opportunity to enhance areas that are missing elsewhere and bring a sense of balance back into your life.
- Using the Bagua to look at individual rooms brings focus to life sectors you’ve identified as particularly important to you right now.
- Placing the Bagua on each room shows you where your “double strengths” are, where a Bagua area in the room exactly overlaps that of your home.
To place the the Bagua on an individual room, align the bottom of the Map with its doorway, just as you have done with your home. If there’s more than one entry to the room, use the door that gets the most traffic.
Begin simply, by applying the Bagua to key rooms like your living room and bedroom.
Once you have placed appropriate Feng Shui adjustments, let them take effect. Step back and let the energy flow in its new pattern for at least a few days before making further adjustments.
To learn much, much more about using the Bagua map in your home, check out my new e-book, Map Your Space To Change Your Life: The Feng Shui Bagua Map.
(drawing ©Ann Bingley Gallops)