Feng Shui

Fountains and Feng Shui

'Feng Shui' is a phrase that is used very often nowadays, but a lot of people don't even know what it is. Feng Shui (pronounced fung-shway) is the ancient Chinese practice of placement and arrangement of space to achieve harmony and promote the flow of positive energy, which is called chi (pronounced 'chee'). The literal translation of Feng Shui is 'wind-water'. Although its popularity in Western culture has only recently developed, Feng Shui is an ancient tradition that has been valued for hundreds of years. More and more people are starting to catch on to its benefits and are applying it to their own homes.

There are a multitude of different methods for applying the principles of Feng Shui to your home, office, or place of business. The most common uses the relationship of the five elements earth, wind, fire, wood, and metal. The basic principles of Feng Shui instruct that in their balanced state, the five elements represent harmony, yet each element can weaken or strengthen the other elements in a variety of beneficial and detrimental ways. If you have too much or not enough of one element, this can lead to negative chi. The five elements each correspond to certain colors and objects: Metal - Related color is white. Metal can be introduced through any sort of metal object whether it is furniture, a metal window frame, a sculpture, or wind chimes.

* Wood - Related color is green. Use any kind of wooden objects such as furniture, wood trim in your home, wood floors.
* Fire - Related color is red. Introduce the element of fire as candles or incense burning.
* Earth - Related color is yellow. Introduce as any kind of clay or ceramic objects pots, bricks, tiles, figurines.
* Water - Related colors: black, blue. Water can be introduced into your home decor as a fountain, aquarium, or simply a vase of water.

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- Feng Shui History
- Feng Shui Principles
- Feng Shui Solutions
- Feng Shui Home Design Tips
- Feng Shui General Tips
- Feng Shui Cures Tips
- Feng Shui 5 Elements
- Feng Shui Bagua
- Feng Shui Colors & Shapes
- Feng Shui Colors - Yang
- Feng Shui Colors - Yin

- Feng Shui for Bedroom
- Feng Shui for Bathroom
- Feng Shui Bedroom Map
- Feng Shui for Dinning Room
- Feng Shui for Kitchen
- Feng Shui for Office / Business
- Feng Shui for Children / Kids Room
- Feng Shui Study Room
- Feng Shui for Entrance / Main Door
- Feng Shui for Garden
- Feng Shui Tips for Garden Planting

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- Feng Shui Compass
- Fengshui Crystal
- Feng Shui Dragons
- FengShui Products - Fountains
- Feng Shui Good Luck Charms
- Feng Shui Lucky Bamboo
- Feng Shui Mirrors
- Feng Shui Symbols
- Feng Shui Wind Chimes
- Feng Shui Tips Site Selection
- Feng Shui - Water Element
- Feng Shui Fountains


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