Feng Shui

Lytham Feng Shui, based in Lytham, Lancashire 01253 969695

Feng Shui consultations by Lytham Feng Shui. Welcome to Lytham Feng Shui. Feng Shui is the ancient art of placement and Qi (chi) energy flow within the home. Feng Shui originated in China and has been practised successfully for thousands of years. Feng Shui, pronounced as ‘Fung Shoy’ is an ancient Chinese system, derived from knowledge over 2000 years old, which examines the natural and ‘built’ environment. In Feng Shui, Qi manifests itself in different shapes, colours, intensity, etc. It is based on the Taoist view that our lands are alive with Qi, and the Qi energy within the land could either positive or negative, bringing about either harmonious or debilitating results to those living on the land.

Please contact Lytham Feng Shui in Lytham, Lancashire for a free 30 minute one-to-one Feng Shui consultation with Annette Brown on 01253 969695.

Yin and Yang

According to many ancient cultures, yin and yang are the two opposite, and yet complementary forces that govern the entire universe. They interconsume each other, as one can’t exist without the other, and the interaction of these two forces creates the life in which we live, and are the essence of the Universe. They are like two sides of the same coin, two opposites completing the whole. Yin and Yang mirrors the dualism of all things in nature. Nothing exists without its opposite. We can’t appreciate light without the theory of dark, there is no fast without slow, and high without low, and each extreme relies on the other. I help clients to balance the Yin and Yang energy naturally within their home restoring balance and harmony. 

Feng Shui = Acupuncture for the home.

FFeng Shui = Acupuncture for the homeeng Shui can be likened to acupuncture for the home, office or business, as it balances the “Qi”, similar to acupuncture balancing the “Qi” within our bodies. The main aim of Feng Shui is directing the Qi inside your home to nourish and support a good Qi flow that will bring about wealth, health and happiness. Feng Shui works on the basis that Qi flows through the home in an unrestricted way. In order to acquire the best from your living areas, these currents need to be able to flow freely throughout the home and not become blocked or stagnant. 

Qi (Chi) Movement in and around the home

The Chinese have a deep belief in Qi (chi), and this belief is incorporated into many aspects of their everyday lives. Qi is the life force energy that permeates everything, and everyone, including your home environment, and physical surroundings. It is a hidden force that permeates the land and is divided into Yun Qi (which is positive Qi energy) and Sha Qi (which is negative Qi energy).  Feng Shui, being the “art of placement,” enables me as a consultant to energise the Qi energy to the full, in order of dispersing, disrupting, or removing obstructions to allow the Qi to flow freely. For those sceptics out there, or you nay-sayers, all I can say is that you can’t see the wind, but you know it’s there, because you know what damage it can do during blustery days and storms. Qi is no different, it can’t be seen, and yet its effects are powerful beyond belief. Qi is the life force or vital energy of the universe, the Divine breath or spirit that quickens matter. Without Qi, life as we know it could not exist. Please contact Lytham Feng Shui in Lytham, Lancashire for a free 30 minute one-to-one Feng Shui consultation with Annette Brown on 01253 969695. 

Where does Qi enter?

Qi comes in through the front door and always moves in spirals and this movement needs to be encouraged in the home. Different angles on furniture and beams can distort this flow which in turn causes bad, Sha Qi to be directed to those living there. If we become exposed to this negative (Sha Qi) energy for a long period of time it can cause emotional upset or dis-ease. When “Qi” can flow unhampered and run smoothly through the home or business, it brings about a feeling of well-being as well as enhancing prosperity and good fortune. As a Feng Shui consultant I offer various cures to improve your home or business life and well-being, from subtle crystals to sleek Geomack products (definitely no frogs, no coins and no dragons).   

Where does Qi enter?What is the meaning of Feng Shui?

Literally Feng Shui meaning is wind and water, and the world of Feng Shui is combination of ancient Chinese mathematics, interior design, architecture and simple rules of good housekeeping. Feng means Wind and Shui means Water. It is all about harnessing the positive energy that flows within the Earth. When these elements of Nature are in harmony, you will definitely prosper in everything that affects you. Feng Shui lets us work efficiently, comfortably and successfully by following the patterns of nature. Plants are especially great for your health area. The best plants to use are ones with healthy, green, rounded leaves. Wind chimes are excellent for moving the energy around in a room. They enhance areas, and repel negative energy and increase good Qi in two ways: sound and movement, so they are very good to use in any area of the room. 

Your home is an extension of you!

This idea is one of the basic concepts of Feng Shui. It is based on a clear and simple approach to life. Now imagine your house as an extension of yourself, like a sweater you wear. If you were to wear a sweater that’s too tight, you would feel very uncomfortable and restricted in your movements. In order for you to function well and effectively, the Feng Shui principle requires that your house is designed to fit your body comfortably, just like a shirt! Think of yourself as a boat. It is simply easier and more effective to sail with the current and wind rather than against it. If you like pictures of water, a gentle brook will give more peaceful energy than a scene of huge crashing waves. Pay attention to the symbolism when choosing water pictures – calm waters bring calm activity; turbulent waters can bring chaos.  

Empowering your life with Feng Shui

There are many aspects to understanding and designing with Feng Shui. How the combinations of interior and exterior space, light, sounds, smells, materials, and furniture placement affect your mental and physical energy. Feng Shui helps one on the path to healing. It will help you focus on your goals and identify target areas and there are some quick and easy things you can do right away. There is a growing need in all of us, from time to time, to learn more about ourselves, and our future. Empower and nurture yourself with Feng Shui. Create a positive, nurturing, healthy and success-orientated environment for the home and office with me Lytham Feng Shui.

The Five Elements and Feng Shui

Shen Dao style Feng Shui works with the Five Elements and the Five Elements are present everywhere within us, and also external to ourselves. They are Fire-Earth-Metal-Water-Wood and they are connected to the eight compass directions. Each element is connected to a specific colour, and that colour is linked to an area on the Shen Dao Compass. The compass is an eight-sided diagnostic device that is essential to a Shen Dao Feng Shui consultant for mapping out individual homes, businesses and gardens. It is by using the element colours in the right areas of your home that can make a huge difference to its general charm and character.  

The Five element cycles

The Five Elements are organised by interactive cycles, and these are the feeding cycle, that is known as the production cycle i.e. each element produces another I.e. Fire feeds Earth and Earth feeds Metal, and the feeding cycle is used to feed up the energy.  We also use a calming system i.e. Metal calms Earths, and the calming system is generally used in the bedroom, or a reading room. We have a controlling cycle i.e. Fire is controlled by Water, and only used in certain conditions. Finally we use a draining cycle i.e. Metal drains Fire, and water drains earth and so on.  


To create harmony in the home, the vibrational energy of the element colours can be used in decorating schemes in the relevant rooms once the orientation has been established. Colours have an amazingly powerful effect on everything, including your family, encouraging positive change and progress.  Please contact Lytham Feng Shui in Lytham, Lancashire for a free 30 minute one-to-one consultation with Annette Brown on 01253 969695.

Aspects to consider in the current environment

We are constantly ‘under attack’ from our surroundings! A Feng Shui consultation will detect any Geopathic stress, electromagnetic disturbances, underground cavities/streams/wells, and lines of energy from neighbouring building that could be detrimental to you or your family’s health, and therefore must be ‘fixed’ immediately, otherwise if dis-ease hasn’t already occurred it very soon will. I suggest ‘cures’ that are strongly recommended, along with a programme to implement them.

If you feel stuck in life and nothing is going as you would wish, or maybe you are constantly ill or cannot sleep well, or generally feeling run down I can help you.

Please contact Lytham Feng Shui in Lytham, Lancashire for a free 30 minute one-to-one Feng Shui consultation with Annette Brown on 01253 969695.