Feng Shui



Feng Shui is an ages old practice of with an objective of achieving peace and harmony with space management the environment. It primarily originated in China. Literally feng shui means “wind” and “water”. This old Chinese belief system of Feng Shui is a conglomeration of the ideas of geography, religion, philosophy, mathematics, aesthetics and astrology.

Feng and Shui both are directly linked to chi or qi. Feng refers to the wind that carries the chi throughout space while Shui refers to the water that meanders underneath the earth transporting chi.

Chi or Qi

Chi is unseen spiritual energy or life force that surrounds us. This special kind of energy cannot be felt, seen or heard but it exists and affects all living beings. It is imperative that chi should flow effortlessly around physical structures to bring balance harmony. Feng Shui was devised many centuries ago with an objective that flow of chi would bring positive vibrations not negative ones that could create turmoil and chaos.

The main goal of Feng Shui is to attune your physical space with your personal goals in life. It’s said that our homes

are the reflection of our lives. If our homes are full of clutter and there is no clear way for entrance, it will represent our struggles and confrontations inside and outside home. Feng Shui does the change work of physical place to make the way to an individual to reach their goals.

Its main objective is to align your physical space with your personal life goals. Our homes are a reflection of our life. If our home is full of clutter and it is difficult to enter the front door, which is a representation of our struggles in our lives inside and outside the home. Feng Shui’s purpose is to change the physical space, to allow the individual to reach their goals.

Yin and Yang are the two basic principles that underlie all matter and energy in the universe. These forces are opposites but not contradictory, but they are complimentary and need each other to exist and flourish. These two factors keep changing all the time and bring about the infinite variety of patterns in life.

ome Important Guidelines for practice of Feng Shui :
  • When lying on a bed, soles of your feet should never face the door directly. In other words it’s needful not to keep bed and the entrance door in same line.
  • When sitting on a desk the front door should be in a clear line of sight and maximum possible view of the room should also be ensured.
  • Stairs should never face the entrance door.
  • Straight lines and sharp corners should be avoided, and especially should not point where people tend to sit, stand, or sleep.
  • Clutter has to be avoided.
  • There are some objects that are believed to have the power of redirecting, reflecting or shifting energy in to a space. Mirrors, crystals, windchimes, and pools of flowing or standing water are some of such objects.

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