In Feng Shui, one of the simplest ways to get started is to declutter your home. Essentially, everyone is aware of this, but only a minority really clear their homes.
Some of you who are familiar with Feng Shui may be aware that persons born in the years of the Dragon, Dog, Goat, and Ox are particularly prone to cluttering their home or workplace. Examine these four Chinese Zodiac signs, and you may be surprised. Look around for friends and family members who are associated with these four Chinese zodiac signs, and determine if they are prone to cluttering.
Even if you’re not familiar with Feng Shui, reorganizing and decluttering your home makes sense for the eyes and makes you happy to see a clean, comfortable home. You can at least press your piles against the wall so that the Qi energy can flow freely through the center of each room.
The majority of us may have a tendency to deceive ourselves. We will declutter the entire home or room and place all items in closets, cabinets, and drawers. Hello, ladies and gentlemen, this is insufficient. According to Feng Shui, placing negative Qi into your closets, cabinets, and drawers will continue to have a negative effect on your life. Take 1-2 days off to clean up the mess.
Returning to the four Chinese Zodiac characters, specifically the Dragon, Dog, Goat, and Ox. These are the promotions. People have a natural tendency to clutter their living and working environments. But, this is not an excuse to be excessively unmotivated to declutter your home. For the four Chinese Zodiacs, this is a progressive way of life.
These four Chinese zodiacs have a predominance of earth elements, which is significant because they have a propensity to clutter everywhere. They have a tendency to collect things, even if they are broken, since they may believe they may be useful in the future. So, they will likely store it somewhere. Somewhere till many years from now, where it will all be accumulating.
Caution: if you are in a relationship with the Dragon, the Dog, the Goat, or the Ox, please do not simply discard their broken, old, or cluttered belongings. It may have sentimental value to them as a remembrance piece, or they may believe they will find a use for it in the future.
Does this imply that if you were born in the year of the Dragon, Dog, Goat, or Ox, you don’t need to declutter because you were born this way? Certainly not.
According to my years of experience as a Feng Shui consultant, persons born in the years of the Dragon, the Dog, the Goat, and the Ox are exceptionally successful in their respective fields and companies. Nonetheless, these individuals are especially gifted at decluttering.
Case Study 1
These four brothers were coincidentally born in the years of the Dragon, Dog, Goat, and Ox in South East Asia. They are not only extraordinarily bad academically, but also do not come from a wealthy background.
These four brothers continue in the footsteps of their ancestors, who began collecting glass bottles and scrap metals. They have accumulated approximately 10 acres of property solely for the collection and sale of scrap metals over the course of the past decade.
Yet, as a Feng Shui expert, I visit their homes. Their homes are well-lit, spotless, and organized. Does this imply that they can acquire further properties? Maybe under their respective names as four brothers? Obviously, the answer is yes.
Case Study 2
This individual is a low-profile member of a society with a high social rank in South East Asia. His father was not born wealthy, yet he managed to list several publicly traded enterprises. Born in the year of the Goat.
My client’s residence is also exceptionally clean and organized. Yet, he owns numerous buildings and factories throughout his country of residence.
What does this mean?
If you were born in the years of the Dragon, the Dog, the Ox, or the Goat, you have a natural predisposition to clutter your house or workplace, as evidenced by both of the preceding case studies. But, if you understand the physics of Feng Shui decluttering, you will gain prosperity.
Thus, I constantly tell my clients that they are already wealthy if they were born under these four Chinese Zodiac signs: the Dragon, Dog, Ox, and Goat. If a person want health and success, they must make little Feng Shui adjustments and tidy their home.
But what about the remaining eight Chinese Zodiacs? Regardless of your Chinese Zodiac sign, your residence should be a location where you can relax and replenish your vitality. The Qi energy is essential to your residence. This is especially more critical if you work independently from home. These four Chinese zodiacs just happen to have a significant relationship with their residence and workplace.