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What is Feng Shui? Print

Feng Shui is about achieving life-fulfillment by benefiting from the energies of our living environment. In Oriental countries, Feng Shui practitioners have strived to manipulate the forces of nature known as Ch’i to enhance their career, relationships, health, and business success.


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Intorduction to Feng Shui Print

Feng Shui, which literally means "wind" and "water" is the ancient art of furniture placement and energy flow in the home which has been which has been practiced successfully in China for several thousand years. 

In the West it is now more widely accepted as a practice – people who have embraced all the principles have found how it has improved the atmosphere in their homes, their relationships with their family, and affected their wellbeing, giving them new energy to change and improve their lives.


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Yin and Yang Print

A central part of feng shui is the balanced of the opposing forces of yin and yang. Yin is seen as female, dark and passive, while the yang qualities are male, positive, bright and fiery.


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The Pa Kua Print

The Pa Kua is an eight-sided octagon figure with a trigram on each side that is one of the basic diagnostic tools used in feng shui. 


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The Five Elements Print

It is one of the most important chapters in Chinese Feng Shui. It is believed that all matters and the conscious beings in our universe are composed by a blend of the Five Elements.


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The Productive and Destructive Cycle Print

The relationship between the five Elements, the compass directions, and the Pa Kua forms an essential part of all feng shui practice. By knowing how each Element relates to the others, the feng shui practitioner is also able to interpret how the five Elements interact in the physical world to create good and bad luck.

The Elements are governed by two relationship cycles:

1. The Productive Cycle; and

2. The Destructive Cycle.

The Productive Cycle

The Element Water produces Wood, which in turn produces Fire, which produces Earth, which then produces Metal, which produces Water. The cycle is continuous with each Element mutually benefiting and generating the next in continuous harmony.

The Destructive Cycle

It reflects the continuous process of decay that is prevalent in the nature and is just as important as th Productive Cycle. In this cycle Wood breaks up Earth, which in turn absorbs Water, which puts out Fire, which melts Metal, which then comes back to chop down Wood.   

It is one of the most important chapters in Chinese Feng Shui. It is believed that all matters and the conscious beings in our universe are composed by a blend of the Five Elements.


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Planning Your Home/Office Print

Are you ready to feng shui your home/office? 

Once you understand the basics of feng shui and have superimposed your pa kua on the floor plan of your home or office, you can start to have fun!   


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The Compass Print

Before you start feng shui your home, you need to find out the direction of your house using a compass. This enables you to discover where the Elements - the core energies present everywhere which shape and transform all life - lie and where the eight aspriations are located.  


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