Shui means “wind” and “water”.
The ancient Chinese Masters of Feng Shui offer conflicting
advice on the mystical aspects of the art, however, they all
provide that good energy flows, or “Chi” is of utmost
importance to health and prosperity.
The home is an extension of oneself; If energy flows become
blocked through clutter, unaligned furniture and accessories, you
may feel apprehensive and scattered.
if stale energy builds up in corners and other areas in your home,
you may feel restless and lethargic at the same time.
The art of Feng Shui is creating alignment with nature
through balance (yin and yang) and harmony (using the five
elements of nature: water,
wood, soil, metal and fire). Have
you ever seen a living environment that looked spectacular and
felt peaceful at the same time? The interior designer incorporated
the yin and yang (male/hardness and female/softness) to achieve
balance. The 5
elements of nature are represented in the living space through
color, furnishings, artwork, lighting and accessories.
Earth tones, greens and blues are typically used to achieve
a balanced living space along with red and metal accents.
Emulating hills and valleys, vignettes are created that
provide interesting scales of balance.
Furniture placement should be conducive to creating
pathways that allow energy to circulate throughout the home.
Artwork should invoke pleasant memories, enchanting dreams
and general good feelings. The
Feng Shui masters believe that beds should never be placed with
the feet aligned with the door, as this is called the “death”
position and allows too much energy to rush at the sleeping
corners are aligned with nature while sharp angles should be
avoided. IT makes
sense that our living environment impacts our sense of well-being,
which impacts our health and our prosperity.
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