Feng Shui Stability: How To Add Stability to Your Life with Heavy Objects

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Feng Shui Stability: How To Add Stability to Your Life with Heavy Objects

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Do you often feel flighty, changing jobs or even careers frequently? When you go to bed at night, do you have an overwhelming fear your significant other may leave you?

Do you fear:
- being alone?
- job loss?
- unexpected moves or foreclosure?
- instability?
- negative change in your life?

Adding heavy objects -- or symbolically heavy objects such as a small Chinese inkpot with stones in the bottom, called a yu bowl -- to a space can add stability to your life, marriage or finances.

We use heavy objects in black sect Feng Shui to:
- slow the flow of chi
- stabilize a specific situation (such as your career)
- help chi roll back up from a downward slope

Example: Placing boulders at the bottom of a hill on your property can direct the flow of chi back up the hill.

Using Heavy Objects Indoors in Feng Shui
Placing a paperweight or yu in the corner of your desk that represents the wealth corner will encourage steady income. A heavy object in your bedroom in the relationship corner can add a sense of stability to your marriage, providing your bed is already in the command position and has a solid, one-piece headboard.

Using Statues in Feng Shui
You can use statues indoors or out as heavy objects. In addition to have tangible weight, statues personify images, often of admirable beings or deities. A statue of Buddha or the Virgin Mary, depending on your religion, can be both emotionally uplifting and help raise the chi in an area with its spirituality. Placed in a particular trigram, it also stabilizes the chi in that space -- positively affecting that area of your life.

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Dear Ken, I'm so glad you sent this comment. It really gives me something to think about. I have those fears alot. Specially since my husband has been passed away for many years. Thanks Rita
Posted @ Friday, March 26, 2010 1:16 PM by Rita
So glad you enjoyed this one. We are all here to help you fight for yourself. Keep up the great work and positive attitude. Best wishes, Ken
Posted @ Sunday, March 28, 2010 8:28 PM by Ken Lauher
Thaku you for kind information. 
i need good carrier and happiness in my life. please give your advise.
Posted @ Wednesday, August 25, 2010 3:17 AM by Bindu raj
Do you have a picture of the yu ink pot?
Posted @ Friday, September 17, 2010 8:01 AM by kat
Kat, take a look at http://www.luckycat.com/fengshui/page13-20-1.htm#ax_ES-PYU.
Posted @ Friday, September 17, 2010 9:16 PM by Ken Lauher
my dosha is vata, so i'm always looking for ways to feel more grounded. these are very helpful - thank you!
Posted @ Monday, September 20, 2010 8:47 AM by deidre
Deidre, so glad you enjoyed this article. Much appreciated for you stopping by and leaving a comment. And thanks for all of your interaction on Twitter. :)
Posted @ Monday, September 20, 2010 10:32 PM by Ken Lauher
Hi Ken,  
I am single and want to get married and also have a stable career. I have placed a heavy stone (weighing 25 to 30 lbs)in Southwest corner of my house as a decorative object. Is this right place for it or should I move it to other corner/place. Your guidance in this regard would be helpful. 
Thanking you. 
Posted @ Thursday, December 23, 2010 3:24 PM by Suds
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