Quantum physics has proved that everything in the universe and beyond is made up of energy, constantly flowing and changing and affecting us.
The energy of the places in which we live, work and socialize are said to affect our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. In my experience, everything that happens in a building – thoughts, actions and emotions – is held there like dust, imprinted on the walls, floors, and furniture. Traumas, arguments, grief, bad luck, depression, shock, stress, sadness, worry, repeated patterns of behavior and ill-health may leave ‘bad vibes’, and the energy can stagnate, potentially affecting the people who live there, and perhaps perpetuating the tendency for negative experiences.
Feng shui is the practice of living in harmony with one’s surroundings and maximizing the flow of energy. The practice has its origins in ancient China, but it’s practiced all over the world today.
The goal of feng shui is to cultivate the flow of Qi in and around people’s living spaces, this is done through the normalization of the Prana’s flow within the house while respecting the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water) direction to assure health, harmony, and prosperity.
VASTU promotes internal peace and calm and it can also promote cooperative relationships among the dwellers that live inside the structure. The harmony management is achieved by managing the flow of cosmic energy through and around the buildings, which in turn promotes the well-being, peace, and prosperity of the inhabitants.
Vaastu considered the exchange of various forces of nature involving the five elements of earth, water, wind, fire, and ether and strives to maintain equilibrium as these elements influence, guide, and change the living styles of not only human beings but every living being on earth.
Sacred geometry is essentially the study of the spiritual meaning of various shapes. It can be applied to the forms, numbers, and patterns seen throughout the natural world.
Sacred geometry has been around across the ages, beginning with the Minoans, the Egyptians, Sumerians, Hindus, Chinese, Phoenicians, and the Greeks who offered it to the public.

Similar to the acupuncture techniques used to regulate imbalances of energy in the meridians of the human body, earth acupuncture (geopuncture) techniques work to balance the earth’s energies. Earth energy lines can have a detrimental effect on an individual’s health, when they lie beneath home or workspace.