Feng Shui

 

About Feng Shui 

Feng Shui is the art of placing buildings and objects in relation to energy flows, to heighten positive energies and minimise the negative ones. Feng Shui literally means ‘wind and water’. It is based on the interaction of Yin and Yang, the female and male forces along with Chinese astrology and the five elements. The purpose of Feng Shui is to enable you to organise your home so that the Chi energy, the all-pervading life force, is accentuated by the precise positioning of your house, furniture, decorations and other objects.

 

The Feng Shui Elementstheelements

Everything, including humans is classified into five elements: wood, fire, metal, water and earth. These elements have unique characteristics, colours and shapes associated with them. They can have a positive or a negative impact, depending on how they interact with each other.

 

The Five elements are:

>> Wood

>> Earth

>> Water

>> Fire

>> Metal

 

YIN & YANGyinandyang-colarge

Yin and Yang are the complimentary, yet opposing principles of Chinese philosophy. They are like two sides of a coin. Yin is dark, feminine and negative. Yang is bright, masculine and positive. These two forces continually interact with one another and this interaction is thought to maintain the harmony of the universe. When they blend and achieve balance, there is harmony. 

Yin elements include houses, trees, all inanimate objects and darkness. Yang elements include people, animals, light and animate things. ……

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>> There is Dense Foliage around the house

>> A House has too many Windows

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Houses & Roads: The Relationship between Houses and Roads 

There is a direct relationship between houses and the roads that connect them. It has a significant effect on the well-being and the fortunes of the occupants of those houses. This is caused by Ch’i the all-encompassing life-giving force that permeates the universe. If allowed to flow freely, the Ch’i energy is positive. If …. Read More

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>> House Facing a T-Junction

>> When Houses are on a Roundabout

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The Main Door 

In Feng Shui, the main door has been accorded prime importance as it lets in or keeps out the vital life-giving force that promotes health, wealth and luck. The best position for the main door is in the middle of the house. However, if your house faces the correct direction, it becomes irrelevant….. 

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>> There is Space in Front of the House

>> There are Windows on Either Side of the Door

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Other Topics in this section…

Inside Your Home

You can use the principles of Feng Shui to position your furniture and interior décor in such a manner that it maximises the positive influences and minimises the negative ones. It is important to balance Yin and Yang. It is important to maintain…….. Read More

Buying Your Home

If you are planning to buy a new home, there are a few Feng Shui principles you need to keep in mind when you make your choice. You may have to make a few compromises, but you will be aware of the reasons for those compromises. You will know what steps you must take to counteract the negative….. Read More 

2 comments on “Feng Shui

  1. bijouxbioflex54 says:

    Is there any such thing as “Feng Shui body jewellery ” ? What shape or colour would represent the well being of the Feng Shui ? I would really be interesed to find out as I would see to manufacture something like that, as body jewellery is my passion! ( http://www.bijoux-piercing-france.com ) . What would be the material of p[redilaction ? And could we consider a polymer as a option ?

  2. rajesh says:

    which will win or strong side in today’s match MI vs. RCB

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