Reusing your Feng Shui Cures and Enhancers



Reusing your Feng Shui Cures and Enhancers

Every year, during the upcoming months to February, we are faced with some very critical changes in our life where the 
Annual Flying Stars all change around and we must analyse where in our home and workplace will be home to the fortunate and unfortunate Flying Stars for the next twelve months. As anyone who follows Feng Shui will know, we need to place appropriate Cures and Enhancers for the year to compliment and weaken the effects of the Flying Stars, both good and bad.2016 Feng Shui Cures and Enhancers

When working out where to position your Cures and Enhancers, a lot of people wonder whether they should reuse their Cures or simply get rid of them and start all over again. From a business point of view, I should say that you should purchase new Cures and Enhancers every year and never re-use them and I see a lot of Feng Shui retailers saying that this is the case, although I am a strong believer in Karmic law and honest advice which is why I recommend you reuse the majority of your Cures.
Not all Cures can be re-used such as Salt Water Cures, Six Chinese I-Ching Coins in a row, Sheng Chi Cures, Master Cures and pocket enhancers although the majority of Cures can be reused for many years if they are cleansed properly and can work very hard to protect and enhance yourself, your work friends and your family.

At the end of every Chinese Lunar year, your Cures and Enhancers will have worked very hard to protect your home and office which will mean that your Cures will have absorbed a great deal of negative energy and will need to be cleansed to remove all of the negative energy and renew the strength of your Cures and Enhancers. Repositioning Cures and Enhancers without cleansing them is not a good thing to practise; you would not replace a hoover bag with another full one as this would have no effect and your Cures have the same principle.

How do I cleanse my Cures and Enhancers?

Cleanse Cures under full moonTo cleanse your Cures and Enhancers, ideally, you should place outside under a full moon overnight or in direct sunlight for at least 4 hours and sprinkle with rock or normal salt. Make sure you rinse underwater (don’t forget to dry them) in the morning and you should place them in the appropriate areas as detailed below. This does not apply to the salt water cure, as these MUST be renewed every year without exception and must never be reused. As with all our products including the annual cures kits, they are all cleansed of negative energy and empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i energy, which makes them so much more effective.

As with all our products including these annual cures kits, they are all cleansed of negative energy and empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i energy, which makes them so much more effective. Every single Cure and Enhancer that we sell is cleansed before leaving us.

My Pi Yao has a chip on it; should I re-use it?

Ba Gua MirrorWe have a lot of people message us saying that their Cures and Enhancers have been chipped or broken and ask if they can carry on using them or cleanse and re-use them. The simple answer is no. When you break or chip a Cure, all of the negative energy in the Cure is disturbed and must be replaced. Chipped and broken Cures can have a harmful effect as the Cure is not seen as complete; take for example the Ba Gua Mirror, once the mirror is cracked or the wood is tarnished, you know its time to replace the Cure.

Cleansing your Cures with salt water Salt Water is made from a handful of natural salt and a bowl of tap water. The best thing to do is grind the salt up to a very fine powder so it all dissolves in the clean water although you can also rub salt all over the item to be cleaned but please be careful with polished Cures. After cleaning your Cures and Enhancers, wipe them with a cloth and leave them out in the sun or moon (full moon is optimal).

When you cleanse your Cures and Enhancers, you rid them of all of the negative energy that they have absorbed in your home and office over their time being placed.

Removing Feng Shui CuresEvery Chinese New Year, there are certain Cures and Enhancers that must be placed for that year alone and when we come to dispose of the Cure, we are left with two options; the safest idea is to carefully place the old Cure in a container and dispose of it away from the home although the more traditional method is to bury them in your ground which is not as common these days.

We only sell traditional and authentic Feng Shui Cures that in our opinion get results; we do not sell gimmicky Mc’feng Shui cures or any other products that fall in line with a lot of pop up Feng Shui shops get rich quick schemes. Every single product that we sell has been tried and tested by us to monitor the results before we even think of selling it to the public and the quality and effectiveness are the most important part when selecting any product that we sell, this is our ethos now and has been since we started in 1999 and the reason why our store is NOT full of hundreds of products from lucky Feng Shui bin bags to auspicious yin yang chocolate.

All of our products are cleansed of any negative energy that may have become present during production and are empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i when they reach us and again when they are sent out for delivery.

Now that you know how to cleanse your Feng Shui Cures and Enhancers, you can get to work and rid them of all of the negative energy that they have accumulated during the time they have been placed!

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© Feng Shui Store Daniel Hanna 2015 and updated 2018

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  1. Very grateful for your generous information.
    May you thrive in good health, happiness and prosperity in the year of the Yin Fire Rooster.

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