Some important components of Feng Shui are:

Chi

Chi is an electromagnetic energy that surrounds you. It can be your own personal chi that runs through your body or the energy of the space around you. Chi can flow in a straight line, in curves, fast, slow, in and out, up and down, which allows you to connect and communicate with various energies.

Embracing, adapting and understanding the process of chi around you, will allow your mind to interact with new energies, which will generate thoughts that you may have never experienced before, allowing positive energies to influence your everyday life.

Yin and Yang

The Yin and Yang symbol is well known around the world. Yin and Yang are polar opposites, while at the same time complementing each other. There is no Yin, without Yang and vice versa. Once you have identified if you are either Yin or Yang, you can take in more of the opposed energy to help balance the Chi. For example if you are more of the Yin energy you may like to meditate, listen to relaxing music, be passive etc. You can become more Yang by participating in martial arts, exercising and socialising.

Five Elements

The Five Elements of Theory: The five elements consist of Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. When all these Chi energies are present they can enhance or harmonise each other. If an element is missing or if there is excessive amounts of the same element, this can destroy the balance, causing a disruptive environment.