Batten down the wind chimes…

With gale-force winds battering the UK over the next few days you should take down any exterior wind chimes and any other objects that could cause you harm. Too much movement (energy) from wind chimes causes excessive negative qi (sha qi) and can cause you many problems especially if they are located in the south or northwest of your home or office so it is worth taking them down until the high winds pass.

You don’t have to remove the chimes every time (this is the first time for me in two years) we get a windy day, in fact a normal windy day is very good at clearing negative energy, it is just in these exceptional nasty weather conditions and with 80mph winds, thankfully this is not normal for us in the UK.

This method of analysing Feng Shui energy is called “distribution of qi” and forms around the yin & yang tai chi, too much of a good thing can be bad and visa versa. Not very exciting to learn and not often talked about in the books but is critical in the learning of Feng Shui and if you follow this method you can avoid many problems particularly in relation to wealth and luck.

If your Chinese animal is a Goat, Rabbit or Pig please be careful on the road today especially if you are travelling towards the east, as long as you are cautious and take no risks you will not have any problems.

Kind regards and take care.




Responses to ‘Batten down the wind chimes…’


1. David Says:

March 10th, 2008 at 2:11 pm

Thanks for sharing that, this is what i love about your website, you are allways sharing real information and not just trying to sell something like the others do. I am looking at your tong shui softweare as i have a chinese friend who has just bought it of you and loves and swears by it. Thanks David


2. Maria Says:

March 10th, 2008 at 2:16 pm

I am so glad i read your website today as my wind chime was driving me mad, it has not stopped (based in Slough) and i think my neighbour was soon coming to see me. I have now removed it and will replace when winds die down, it is really blowing a gale here.


3. naffac Says:

April 7th, 2008 at 10:41 am

Pls give us the April 2008 horoscopes.Thanks


4. Deborah Redfern Says:

April 8th, 2008 at 4:00 pm

I have often done the wind chime dash as I used to live in an area that frequently got high winds, so I am so glad you mentioned this Michael. There is also the possibility of a wind chime becoming airborne and doing phsyical damage to property or people. And wind chimes on very windy days are often not auspicious for relationships with the neighbours (unless you know they are gone all day) as Maria says. This would be a good time to do any maintenance on cures, whatever they need: washing, checking for fraying cords and so on.

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