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FENG SHUI DWELLING MAP
Feng Shui Map of prosperity
FENG SHUI MADE EASY
Feng Shui compass guide
The art of Feng Shui is an ancient science practiced by people all over the world. It is based on a belief that everything in this world resonates with either a positive or negative energy, better known as Yin and Yang. The energy itself is called Chi, and the actual feng shui art is when you use positive objects and arrange your environment in positive ways to counterbalance negative energy.
Feng Shui Colors and Decorating Tips
One of the easiest ways to transform negative energy into positive energy is by using color.
Feng shui colors mirror the five elements of Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood. So for the element Fire, feng shui colors might be red, orange, purple, pink, and yellow. Bringing the feng shui colors of Fire into your home or office supports energy, and helps you to achieve recognition in your professional field.
The element Metal helps to bring clarity, sharpness, and efficiency to your environment. The feng shui colors gray and white are used to illustrate this element and attract this positive energy into your home
The element water is represented by the feng shui colors blue and black. Water represents abundance, as well as bringing forth an energy of calm, purity, and freshness that can permeate the home or office.
The elements of Wood and Earth, are represented by the feng shui colors of brown, green, light yellow, and beige. Wood is thought of as the symbol of health, vitality, and growth, as well as wealth and prosperity. Earth represents stability and nourishment.
Using any of these feng shui colors in your home or office can have many positive effects, not only on your health and wealth, but also on your peace of mind.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese system of rules, concepts and principles that endeavors to explain the impact of the environment on our lives.
Feng Shui literally means "wind and water" in Chinese.The word "wind" provides the movement or flow of universal energy (chi) that affects everything. The "water" provides the receiver or container of the chi.
In Feng Shui it is believed that if we can create a surrounding that is in harmony with nature, the universal energy will easily flow through our home or business; as a result happiness, prosperity, love, health, wealth and abundance will follow.
In the simplest form, Feng Shui is the art of placement. We can readily improve and create positive changes in our environment by placing the correct items in the appropriate locations of our home and work environment.
The Pa-Kua is an extremely powerful symbol in Chinese culture, and is frequently found over doors of Chinese homes as a symbol of protection. This eight sided shaped object indicates the eight trigrams that relate to the five elements and the properties that are defined in the ancient book of "I Ching".
In Feng Shui applications, the Pa-Kua is used to determine a person's most auspicious and inauspicious directions and locations.
You can print out this page and align the Pa-gua (or pa-kua) with the wall of the front entrance to see in which area of your house, individual room or office you can place the artwork to reap maximum benefits from the Feng Shui. Each corner of the area represents the energy associated with that corner. For example, if you wish for more positive energy and prosperity, you would place related artwork in the "wealth "corner.
In addition to determining the positive and negative directions, the pa-kua can also be used to find the aspirations that we all have. Most people want to be rich, successful, happy and appreciated. We also want to be loved in return. The aspirations of the pa-kua represent all these things.