What Surrounds You Affects You


The objects that surround you are not only a reflection of your taste. They also affect your health and the way you think. Here is an example.

This perfectly attractive, classical style statue you might think would add an equally classical feel to your home or office. But take a closer look.

This statue has no head. If you have no head what is it that you can not do? Obviously you can not think. You can not have correct and efficient thinking. You cannot even think at all. If you can’t think how can you have a successful business and balanced personal life?

Take another look.

Ok, this statue has no feet either. What might that mean? Not being grounded, maybe. Never getting out of the house, maybe? If you never get out and interact with people how can you have a successful business and balanced personal life?

Feng shui does not use art that depicts body parts only, such a closeup that includes just part of a head. Often times you see this kind of photo used as a gravatar. What does that say about you other than you are artsy?

Objects that you see everyday do have a psychological effect on you. Take a look around your home and place of business. What do you see that affects you negatively and what affects you in a positive manner?

all rights reserved©Diane Kern 2010

Headless in Chicago


About fengshuisuccess

Diane is a professional Feng Shui Consultant and SoulCollage Facilitator.
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4 Responses to What Surrounds You Affects You

  1. Hi Diane – that totally makes sense, although I must say, I had not thought about art in that way. As always, interesting and informative! Cheers ~Norma

  2. Kimberly says:

    This is such an interesting perspective. With every post I read I feel like I need to take a 2nd look at my home.

    I am loving your blog.

  3. Thanks for sharing that great perspective!

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