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Feng Shui

FENG SHUI feng shui l'FƏNG 'SHwë,-SHwā/ 善 去 noun A system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (qi), and whose favorable or unfavorable effects are taken into account when designing buildings. FENG SHUI Balance these elements in each room to make it more comfortable Divides the world into wood earth Each element invokes a different mood, creating a customized space that is beneficial for your personality and goals fire elements metal water Here are the 5 ELEMENTS and HOW TO incorporate them into your living space Wood harnesses the power of creativity and expansion while representing traits such as growth, birth, strength, flexibility and intuition. WOOD Too much wood can make you feel overwhelmed, rigid, stubborn and inflexible, whereas too little can show up as a lack of creativity or depression, ambivalence and stagnancy. When designing with the wood element, use shapes that mimic the vertical, column-like shape of tree trunks and the softness of leaves and flowers. Like Consider incorporating the following types of objects: • Fresh and silk flowers • Plants and trees • Cotton and other natural fabrics Wood furniture the leaves and sky, wood's colors are green and blue. Increase enthusiasm and leadership skills by maximizing the fire element. Use this element in design to encourage expressiveness, inspiration and boldness. FIRE When there is an overabundance of fire, it can show itself as anger, aggression, irritability and impulsive behavior, whereas too little can show up as emotional coldness, lack of vision, inexpressiveness and a lack of self-esteem. To expand the fire element in your space, Candles, incandescent lights and sunlight Any shade of red, pink or purple • Electronic equipment • Animal prints add: Earth affects physical strength and order while generating an overall feeling of grounding, balance and stability. EARTH When there is an overabundance of earth in a space, people will often notice a heavy sensation and experience more boredom, sluggishness and seriousness. When there is too little earth, people may feel disorganized, chaotic and unfocused. To bring in the element, add: Anything in earth tones (brown, green or sand) Square and rectangular shapes Low, flat surfaces Images of landscapes Metal affects mental clarity and logic. The presence of metal within a room can be felt in personal characteristics such as organization, focus, righteousness and analytical abilities. МЕTAL When surrounded with too much metal, you can be seen as chatty, overly critical and prone to speaking without thinking. When there is too little metal, you may notice a feeling of quiet, cautiousness and lack of focus. When enhancing a space with metal, add: • Round or oval shapes Anything made of metals, including iron, aluminum, gold or silver • Rocks and stones White, gray, silver or light pastel colors Water's domain encompasses spirituality and the emotions. A balance of water brings about inspiration, wisdom and insightfulness. WATER Too much water can create the feeling of unbalanced transition and the sense that you are drowning emotionally. It can make you feel overwhelmed and overly social. When there is too little water, you may experience a lack of sympathy, loneliness, isolation, stress and pettiness. When incorporating the water element, add: • The color black or any deep, dark tones • Reflective surfaces, such as mirrors and gazing balls Wavy, free-form or asymmetrical shapes Water or water features, such as aquariums and fountains Addițional Feng Shui Tips • Never put furniture against the walls Furniture should be arranged to support communication • Color has a powerful impact on mood Red is considered auspicious and powerful • Add happy family photos to high-traffic areas • Make your front door inviting. Your welcome mat should be bright and fresh Arrange the dining table where everyone can see each other • Lose clutter as clutter jams up good energy and leads to procrastination Create a cozy master bedroom that inspires closeness and intimacy CONSIGNMENT Northwest Sources

Feng Shui

shared by VisualApogee on Dec 19
Traditional Feng Shui divides the world into 5 elements: wood, fire, water, metal, earth. Each element invokes a different mood, creating a customized space that is beneficial for your personality and...


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