A recent question that has come my way deals with roommates. In this particular case, a woman contacted me who was living with her brother. They share the common areas of the home (kitchen, living room, etc.) but they each have their own bedroom. Marie Louise’s question was whether she could do Feng Shui in her bedroom only, eliminating the need to include her brother in any Feng Shui adjustments she may want to make. She knew he would not be interested nor support any changes she may implement in the areas they shared. More importantly her question was, if she instigated some specific Feng Shui changes in just her room, would they work just as well or would they fall short. In evaluating the various layers of the home (whole house, individual rooms, bed, desk, etc.), I have found that a pattern will usually show up. As an example, if someone is having a financial problem, I may find a bathroom sink that leaks in the specific Wealth area of the home (back left corner). I may see a broken chair sitting in the Wealth area of the office; a waste basket in the Wealth area of the bedroom; a missing area in the Wealth area of the dining room; a dead plant in the Wealth area of the desk. A repetitive pattern is occurring (in this case a negative pattern) in the same area in an ever-decreasing size—-a fractal phenomenon is taking place. By changing even the smallest of these patterns, it can influence the whole in a positive way. Since Marie Louise doesn’t have sole responsibility for the entire house, but instead shareS it with her brother, her bedroom is the best place for her to implement Feng Shui. So although she may contain her Feng Shui activities to the parameters of her room, which will certainly impact her in a strong and personal way, those changes may also impact the rest of the space in a subtler, less overt way—-the fractal of her bedroom may influence the whole house. To address her other concern about whether Feng Shui will be effective in just her bedroom, the answer is that it will be extremely effective. The closer/smaller these fractals become, the stronger their impact on the person. Whether the entire home gets involved or not, Marie Louise will most definitely feel a dramatic shift in her own personal space and in her own life.
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Fractal Feng Shui