Did you know that Feng Shui items can lose their power over time? It is true! Do not worry, here you can find out how to protect them and also the right way to recharge their energy.
Feng Shui items such as the popular Maneki Neko, the Three-Legged Frog or the Crystals and Stones have the power to bring good luck, success and even love to your life.
But if you want to get the most benefits from these items it is necessary to protect them from damage and bad energies. It can be frustrating to have faith in an authentic Feng Shui product that will not work at the end of the day.
How Does A Feng Shui Trinket Stop Working?
This can happen for one of these two main reasons:
- Your Feng Shui Charms suffered physical damage and cracked.
- Someone else who touched your item altered the flow of energy.
When you get a new Feng Shui charm, you need to be the only person who touches it. There is an exception when you get it as a piece of decoration for your home or business.
These items are made to connect the energy from the universe with yours. Then they channel it to increase the flow that matches your desires.
Allowing many people to make contact with Feng Shui objects, the energy becomes disrupted. Because the emotions and wishes from the other people are different from yours.
How to Fix My Feng Shui Items
If your item suffered physical damage, do not patch it with any substance or use commercial glue.
Try to fix it by using natural adhesives from organic sources or resins. It can be a little harder to repair it but this will guarantee the correct flow of energies.
In case your Feng Shui charm lost its power because of the contact with other people. Then what you need to do is to clean it with a mixture of clear water and rock salt.
Do not soak it wet. You will only need a small towel and some patience. Visualize the future that you want in your life while doing this. This is to re-establish the link that you had in the beginning.
There is also another method that is gaining popularity over the last few years. The Kintsugi is the art of repairing broken pottery with gold, silver or platinum.
The philosophy around this form of art is to see the beauty in something that was damaged instead if hiding it. I do not personally recommend this technique as it might result very expensive.
It is only a beautiful alternative method related to Feng Shui that is worth mentioning.