I was reminded about the power of alignment in architecture as it reflects in your home or office when I just supported a friend of mine at an art opening where she was showing her paintings.
She told me she had tried to get her art displayed in this particular gallery for a couple of years with no success, and then finally, out of the blue, she was accepted. She claims it was due to a Feng Shui expert who moved furniture around the house, including her bed, which now sits askew in the center of her room. And, she was told not to use two of her 3 bathrooms in the house because ironically, she was “flushing” away her prosperity. The re-arrangement of chairs on her deck which rises above a canal was also part of the alignment.
After all directions were followed, she got the gallery showing. Okay, I believe in the power of intentional alignment, which is a system that acknowledges the wisdom of traditional Feng Shui and space clearing. I experienced it in my NYC apartment. One recalibration of my bed and a clearing of objects in the corners brought in a new b.f. Good for me! Could I have met him without the home alignment? Who’s to say? Was it coincidental, maybe and maybe not.
What I find interesting about intentional alignment is that it’s a holistic approach to design. Our internal world is usually reflected in our outer world. So, if things are not working for you, consider a realignment of your space.
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