In Ancient China Horses were considered to be a very important sign of wealth. And today, even in our own western culture many successful businessmen own at least one if not several of these exquisite animals. There is a popular Chinese saying ‘ Mah Dao Gong Chen’which means that Horses arrive with success.Well we know at least one will take the prize on Tuesday.
The Horse is the seventh animal to hear the call of Buddha and it is believed that they will help you to run swiftly through any obstacles in life – particularly horses that are depicted in a running motion.
Everything in this universe reacts to the law of vibrations: humans, animals, plants and minerals. We are all a combination of different elements vibrating (albeit in different ways) in harmony - providing our energies are well balanced.
Feng Shui gives us a set of rules that enables us to harmonise our environment and thereby bringing balance and harmony to our own lives and the animals that surround us.
My work has allowed me to see, that Horses and other members of the animal kingdom are often more sensitive to the vibrations of the environment than we are. So, if their environment is in harmony, they will be healthy, happy and perform to a high level. It is then fair to say that stables also need to be properly aligned so that the energetic influences impact positively on everybody involved in creating a winner.
In Feng Shui when creating an optimum environment the main element to consider is the correct flow of energy. This can be achieved by ensuring that the orientation of the stables and the position of the doors and windows are in balance with each other. Something else to bear in mind is that Horses are highly sensitive to sound, smell and colour therefore it is important to have these combinations just right.