Do you feel you have bad luck? Does everything seem to go wrong for you, even as you watch your friends wallow in good fortune? When you drop a piece of toast, does it fall butter side down?
Maybe you believe Feng Shui can cure your bad luck, turn you into a “glass half full” type of person, and bring good fortune your way. And it can. It's all about your perspective.
If you implement Feng Shui cures or place live plants in every corner of your home, not really believing in what these ancient secrets represent, your life may continue as it has been.
Is it right to blame your home for your bad luck? If you earn a job promotion, receive a surprise windfall of cash, or finally complete a project you've been working hard at, would you attribute your success to your home or surroundings? You'd probably want to take some credit for your achievement. Therefore, you can't completely blame your surroundings or Feng Shui for bad luck, either.
But if you believe Feng Shui can help change your bad luck into good -- and are willing to meet it halfway with intention and mundane action -- you will see immediate positive results as you adjust the flow of chi in your environment to match your goals and your life's purpose.