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Certified NYC Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano has over 20-years of on-site and remote Feng Shui & Design consulting. Consultations, seminars and classes provided in New York City and Los Angeles California, along with National and International locations.

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Certified Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano provides weekly Feng Shui Tips and insights, paired with the latest scientific studies, discussions about additional supportive healing modalities and healthier lifestyle choices for the body, mind and spirit.

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Exploring The Physics of Feng Shui - Quantum Mechanics

Laura Cerrano

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“All is energy (all physical things),” said by Cellular Biologist, Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D, who studies quantum mechanics in America. Dr. Lipton refers to energy as “the field" and shares the entire makeup of our world and universe is sitting in "the field" of energy. The Field acts as a communication system that is constantly broadcasting unique vibrations to and from everything and everyone.

Based on his research, “the field” needs to have harmonistic residence which could be achieved or dismantled through the process of entanglement which leads to interference. Entanglement depends on the type of INTENTIONS, ACTIONS, SURROUNDINGS and PEOPLE you interact with. Interference is the result of those interactions. You could have Constructive interference (good vibes) or Deconstructive interference (bad vibes).  

Briefly reviewing a branch of Feng Shui called, The Five Elements, the principles from this method speak about a constructive cycle and deconstructive cycle. The five elements include fire, earth, metal, water and wood. Each element has a unique energy vibration that provides specific characteristics and cycles which could either help enhance a person’s inner alchemy and external environments (i.e. home/work/land), OR allow it to remain the same, OR they could reduce the energetic quality of that person and space. When in collaborative harmony, the five elements promote; self growth, stronger communication with others, and increased overall health in various realms of life; mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Obviously, when the five elements are not in harmony, you'll experience the opposite effects. 

This is a fascinating overview because the Feng Shui Five Elements theory parallel Dr. Lipton’s research. 

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A questions I have is, do non-physical objects (like a plastic cup or a metal statue) carry energy vibrations? Could those non-physical objects provide entanglement, resulting in constructive or deconstructive interference?  Or because we associate a special meaning and attachment to those  non-physical objects, it gives the illusion of the object having energy? There is so much to discover and explore!

You may also enjoy: Exploring the Physics of Feng Shui Part 2 - Newton's Law of Motion


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Feng Shui expert with 21+ years of experience. She provides bicoastal consultations and workshops for residential, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies, and healing facilities. She is currently conducting research for her upcoming book that focuses on bridging the gap between the ancient wisdom of Feng Shui and modern day science to establish the practice of Feng Shui as a credible form of health care.

What Does Ch'i Mean?

Laura Cerrano

Whether you are reading my blog posts or other Feng Shui related posts, you will commonly see the word 'Ch'i.' What does that mean? Some could say there is no direct translation of this word, but the closest could refer to life force, energy, vital energy and Qi as to name a few name references.

Essentially Ch'i in Eastern philosophy is said to animate the principles of life. We are in constant connection to this un-seen force. Ch'i acts as a kind of interface between the material world, and the non-material world.

In China, residents practice Tai Chi daily. This form of movement meditation (the origin of Kung-Fu) is said to replenish Ch'i that has been drained from our body.