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CHI is a Chinese word meaning aliveness, life force energy or life breath also known as KI, QI.

Everything in creation is made up of electromagnetic energy

vibrating at different frequencies that correspond to sound, light and color. The existence of electromagnetic fields around every object in the world is known as an AURA, it is a scientifically proven fact. the Chinese refer to this energy as "CHI", the vital life force energy of the universe, present within every living thing. Western medical science is now beginning to take a serious look at ancient far eastern traditions that focus on CHI, the life force energy which flows through the body pathways - known as meridians and chakras- of all living forms, in order to maintain health and wellness, mentally, physically and emotionally.

In feng-shui, chi power also manifests itself in different colors, shapes, intensity etc. the main goal in feng-shui , no matter which feng-shui school you apply, is to attract, direct and nourish the chi flow inside your hom e in a way that supports a good flow of chi inside your body. The quality of chi you always want to have around you is vibrant, alive, fresh chi also called SHENG CHI in feng-shui. The quality of chi you better avoid in your home, office, or anywhere else, is the SHA and SI CHI {sharp & attacking or low & depressing feng-shui energies}.

The energy of chi emits vibrant, bright colors, a vibration frequency, and a sound. When CHI becomes disturbed, stagnant, imbalanced or depleted, disease and illness begin to take form, the aura becomes darker and discolored, personal frequency vibrates incorrectly, and the meridians, and chakras, within the body, become blocked.

CHI is the universal life force. It gathers near gently flowing water and is created whenever anything is done perfectly. A composer crating a beautiful melody is also creating CHI. A poet writing a sonnet creates CHI too. Someone baking a magnificent cake is creating CHI. A tennis player scoring an ace is creating CHI power.

To operate effectively we need to encourage as much CHI possible into our home. CHI can be both positive and negative. For, instance gently moving water creates positive CHI while stagnant water creates negative CHI.

Chi needs to be nurtured and gathered. It is easily scattered and dissipated by strong winds or rapidly flowing water. This is why we want gently breezes and meandering streams near our homes. Both combine to create good positive chi.

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