The Ba-gua map holds more meaning then just "furniture rearrangement." How so? From a Feng Shui perspective, the Ba-gua Map allows an intertwining of literal meaning with symbolic metaphors to help resolve challenging life situations.
One of the key life sections within a home that tends to be ignored is the center (Health). People tend focus on wealth, relationships and knowledge, leaving Health to the waist side.
Consider keeping this perspective in mind. The center of your home is considered the heart of your home. The best way to to keep the the center of your home full of great energy is by keeping it clear of clutter. This allows the chi to flow effortlessly and the occupants to feel more balanced emotionally.
Naturally, there is more to establishing a healthy emotional lifestyle, yet through the lens of your environment, this is a great easy start.
Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan (established in 1997). She provides remote and on-site consultations, seminars, workshops and classes in New York, California, New Jersey and Connecticut. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY. Her primary focus is a unique blend of Feng Shui healing for your space and inner self with interior design principles.