The famous Chinese tradition Feng Shui has hooked the world since the beginning of times. Illuminated or not, state men or ordinary people, celebrities or employees, have always been curious about what it is, and how does it work? How should our rooms, kitchens, our house be? What are the appropriate colors and positions that make us feel good?
Feng Shui in Chinese means “Wind-Water”. Wind is the sky, the air carrying the raining clouds, the water, without which any creature on this planet would find it difficult to survive. The ancient discipline of Feng Shui studies precisely the harmony between shapes and colors to avoid the negative influences that can be caused by the loss of this harmony and energy flow. Did you know that the Feng Shui practice began some 5,000 years ago? It is of Tibetan-Chinese origins and it is similar to the Japanese practice called ka-so. In even more ancient times it was called Ti-li, or the technique of the Black Bird, a symbol of the solar spirit, God of geography and astronomy, whose knowledge was used to plan crops and life.
Over the centuries this discipline has not only not disappeared but today is even stronger all the way from China and Hong Kong to the USA and around the world. Feng Shui moves the real estate markets such that at the time of a land or building purchase, often a Feng Shui master gives his decisive opinion. Not only for the land and the building, but also for the interior architecture and colors. Feng Shui knowledge is an integral part for the wisdom of all those concerned with architecture, furniture and urban planning. Whoever in front of you shall not give an answer to the harmonization of life and the land, then, is deficient in what will serve you to have a more comfortable and better life. The harmony of the parts, with the terrain, the flowing and economic energies make up the core of Feng Shui studies. The house-human relationship, the flowing energy that is generated in harmonization and the movements between the two, make us live in a positive or negative habitat. The space in which we live is adapted according to our temperament and the activities we carry out in our daily life.
The bedroom has a great importance in the Feng Shui philosophy: It must be as far from the entrance gate and far from the main road. The bed should be placed with the head towards the East.
The colors for our house need to be carefully selected and based on the effects they have on us. Here are the most useful ones: Green, symbolizes plants and nature and is positive in terms of growth and studies. Red, symbolizes the animal world and wisdom, and united with black it brings luck. Yellow is in relationship to the planet and symbolizes good longevity and good humor. White calls money and is used mostly in public places for a good mood. Black stimulates rest and reflection from where ideas emerge.
According to Feng Shui the workplace is also of extraordinary importance. The desk should be in the strongest place in the office where the back should be protected and look out the door and out of the window. What we are looking at is also important as it should serve as inspiration. It is not advisable to face a wall while on the office desk.
The kitchen is another strategic point for family and individual success. According to Feng Shui, a table set up according to the proper rules makes us have a conversation full of harmony or full of quarrel. The colors we mentioned, but also the basic elements present on the table in the right amount (water, wood, fire, earth, metal) bring this harmony.
Be careful not to keep a mirror in the bedroom, or if you have one, cover it with a cloth overnight. According to Feng Shui, the mirror misuses energy.
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