World of Feng Shui – Chinese Principles on Inviting Positive Energy and Relieving Stress

Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese discipline, revolves around both the heaven and the Earth. It is regarded as the fastest source of creating prosper and positive environment.

The World of Feng Shui

The world of Feng Shui is mystical and logical at the same time. Feng Shui is based on auspicious placement of objects, doors, furniture or plants in your house or even office to attract positive energy or ‘qi’. The world of Feng Shui ensures good life by allowing cosmic energy flow freely around you creating a harmonious environment. ‘Qi’ or chi is the flow of positive or negative energy around people. In other words, Feng Shui, is the orientation and interaction of items with the surroundings. In Chinese martial arts too, Feng Shui forms a source of an energy, which implies ‘life force’, vital in improving concentration and strength.

Feng Shui Bagua – Foresees Your Future

The term “bagua” is derived from the book of the I-Ching, a sacred text used to tell the future. It is a map of the energetic qualities of your space. The Feng Shui Bagua has eight sections, which together form an octagon shape. Each section corresponds to a specific area of our life, like relationships, family, wealth or work. The I Ching in the middle represents “Earth”, which is you – whole and balanced. Improving a particular sector on the Feng Shui Bagua would work as a remedy, which will correspond to a troubled area of your life. For instance, improving the family sector in the Bagua will ensure better education for your child. Similarly, each sector can be energized to improve your health, prosperity and relationships.

Feng Shui House – Free of Negativities

A Feng Shui house has positive energy flowing through it. Architecturally, Feng Shui makes sure that your house is is free of clutter, but bright and sunny with lots of natural light and air purifying plants. The direction of the bed, the colors used in the house, the seating in the dining area are done after considering the different aspects of Feng Shui. While treating the house with Feng Shui, a lot has to be considered like the Bagua, the elements under which the occupants are born and their dreams and aspirations both collective and individual. For example elements of wood and water in the south east area of the house are believed to bring prosperity. If the members of the family are born under different elements, then the elements of the head of the family should be considered for the main rooms and the entrance. The individual rooms can be designed to benefit the main occupant of each individual. In a Feng Shui house the bed, bathroom and kitchen or the Feng Shui trinity is of special importance because they determine the health and happiness of the occupants. The kitchen should be clean and bright every small detail should be taken care of in these important areas. Nothing is static in the world of Feng Shui, so be wise and let the positivity flow and embrace everyone who enters your space!

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