Eastern practices, which have long been inaccessible to Western audiences, are increasingly entering our lives. Traditional Chinese medicine and the art of organizing living space are no longer a curiosity. Many people use these practices in their daily lives. This is especially true for Feng Shui. Let’s learn how to account for this in your annual HOA Audit.

Art of Feng Shui

Classical Feng Shui is a documented and systematized science of observing the human environment and landscape, not a secret teaching about luck or a system of signs and superstitions. Not figurines of toads, buddhas, and dragons. In classical feng shui, specialists calculate each house’s energy using formulas. And no two homes are alike. Just as there are no identical influences of a particular room on different people, each house/apartment has various effects on different people living in it. Therefore, in classical Feng Shui, a room audit is performed, taking into account each resident.

Feng Shui Audit of Residential Premises

Your home is more than just a place to live. It is your comfort zone, a source of energy and harmony. Imagine that your home is a living organism, where every room and corner carries a specific energy that affects your life, well-being, and even your future. This is where the ancient art of Feng Shui comes to the rescue, helping you achieve harmony and attract wealth, health, and happiness into your life.

A Feng Shui audit of your home is a unique opportunity to apply space acupuncture. This technique targets the “energy points” of your home to activate the flow of favorable Qi energy, which helps improve all aspects of your life. Like acupuncture, which targets specific points on the body to heal and improve overall health, space acupuncture aims to “heal” your home, bringing harmony and well-being.

The audit process includes several key steps:

  1. Diagnosis of space. Specialists analyze the layout of your home and the location of rooms, doors, and windows to determine how Qi energy circulates inside. We identify areas that require correction or activation.
  2. Assessing the Five Elements. We identify imbalances among your home’s five elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water) and suggest ways to eliminate them using colors, shapes, and materials.
  3. Activation of favorable sectors. Using symbols, colors, and interior items, we activate favorable sectors of your home to attract wealth, health, love, and career growth.
  4. Neutralization of unfavorable energies. We use special techniques and symbols to minimize the influence of negative energies emanating from unfavorable structures or the location of objects inside and outside your home.
  5. Personal recommendations. We prepare individual recommendations for arranging furniture and choosing colors and accessories that will contribute to your personal growth, well-being, and happiness.
  6. Let the magic of Feng Shui transform your home and your life. Space acupuncture can bring harmony and well-being into your home. Together, we can create a space to support you, inspire you to new achievements, and attract miracles into your life.

Is a Feng Shui Audit of the Whole Building Necessary?

When grieving about Feng Shui, people first think about their apartment. This is undoubtedly true. The room where a person spends most of his time is critical. However, the condition of the entire building and the entire neighborhood are also essential. Therefore, it is worth assessing both your home and your entire HOA neighborhood. So you can also include a Feng Shui assessment in various HOA processes such as your annual HOA audit.

The advantages of this approach are apparent. You can identify and eliminate problems not only on the physical level but also on the energetic level. Favorable space organization reduces conflict, increases the efficiency and activity of residents, and has a positive effect on the activities of the HOA. How to Do Feng Shui Audit

It is best to entrust the analysis of the current situation and correction of problem areas to a specialist. The Internet contains much information, but it may be contradictory or incomprehensible to a beginner.

In Feng Shui, it all starts with assessing the actual energy in a particular place and measuring the real energy entering the house. Therefore, the first stage is a specialist’s visit to the site for compass measurements of the house’s facade, considering magnetic declination, field analysis of the environment, and inspection of the premises.

Next, the specialist analyzes all the data and makes calculations. Usually, it takes 3–5 days from the moment of measurement. At this stage, there is no need to rush. An audit is not challenging, but coming up with beautiful and logical corrective methods is a creative process that takes time.

The third stage is, in fact, a discussion: a detailed description of the current situation and ways of change and activation. The specialist will explain the problem points and suggest ways to correct them.


When improving the Feng Shui of your apartment, do not forget about the influence of the entire house. A Feng Shui home audit is the determination of the energy state of a space and assessment of its impact on the inhabitants of the house. This practice will significantly improve the quality of life in the building and increase the energy of the occupants. Thus, including such an analysis in the mandatory HOA audit is an excellent solution.

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