ENERGIZING YOUR HOME WITH WEALTH FENG SHUI PEACOK
"The celestial phoenix on earth."
The Peacock denotes fame and beauty. Among all birds, few can match the peacock for its majestic beauty when it decides to display its colorful feathers.
Stunning in its beauty, the peacock is considered the manifestation of the celestial Phoenix on earth. Its mesmerizing colors and the "thousand eyes" on its tail promote fame and good luck in feng shui and enhance one's protection and awareness. Of course, the peacock also symbolizes beauty and feelings of love and attraction.
This is why the image of the peacock or peacock feathers are often recommended in feng shui as a love cure for single people to help attract the desired mate.
Our homes, like our dreams, speak in symbols. The art, the symbols, shapes, and colors we surround ourselves with at home tells a story of our lives.
Mine speaks to a love of travel and does so in the artwork that I’ve collected from around the world. It’s important that we place objects and items in our house that inspire and motivate us.
We need items that make us feel good and help us move forward in life and lift up our energy.
Clutter has way of pressing down that energy. When we fill our homes with excess stuff we have to ask ourselves what is it we are avoiding.
Open space can be intimidating and clutter fills space. Keeping excess stuff, especially collections, puts distance between us and our feelings or keeps us from intimate relationships because things can quickly and rapidly take the place of people — and even keep us from ourselves.
In the process of removing the excess stuff in your life, you don’t just find space, you’ll find yourself.
It’s good feng shui to use auspicious symbols and enhancers around your home or office. This is a great way to lift the energy of your home and your life. But you must have the space for it first. If you place a beautiful symbol in your home in the midst of clutter and excess, you will miss the effect and the ability of the symbol to work its magic for you.
As I write this, I am sitting on the balcony of a beautiful hotel room. What strikes me is that the garden beyond the balcony is a mix of open spaces and gardens, with broad lawns and curving gardens that allow energy to gather and flow. The waterfall flows and water gurgles in the pool.
It’s because of the open, neat, and restrained landscape that the cascading water of the pool becomes more prominent. When you clear the excess from your home, any symbols and beautiful elements you place there will become not only more noticeable but more potent in your life.
Add symbols for wealth and prosperity around your home and garden. When your whole space is energized, it becomes magnetic to wealth.
The peacock bird brings wonderful opportunities as it is the “God of the Four Winds.” The peacock will magnify your potential for success and draw others to you who can see your magnificence — and that attracts prosperity. Place the peacock or other beautiful bird on the south corner of your desk or in your office or living room, or place a small boulder out the front of your house to resemble a footstool — this taps the phoenix celestial guardian of your home and raises your good name and brings more opportunities to you.