Today we are facing global warming which very well may affect changes to your environment soon: for better maybe, fingers crossed; or worse, the scientists are worried.
- Glaciers melting at an alarming rate threaten the level of the ocean, its temperature and water sources for billions of people in locations around the world.
- Cutting down hundreds of square miles of trees reduces the respiration rate and the release of oxygen into the atmosphere.
- The raw materials that we depend on so heavily from nature are finite and their decimation could lead to global chaos.
- Combined with the extraordinary growth of our human population, the wise man's words above are facing a daunting challenge.
How do we bring Feng Shui principles into all of this? Underlying all the concepts of Feng Shui is balance. Especially balancing the five key elements: gold, wood, water, fire and soil. Based on his or her calculation, a Feng Shui master is tasked with finding which elements in your life are out of balance, Then they help to raise your energies in a particular area so you will be in balance again.
If the waters and mountains are off balance because of global warming, we can imagine there very well might be a chain reaction in your Feng Shui readings. Good for business if you are a Feng Shui master. But for the rest of us ...
It's not just global warming, it's global WARNING.