Table Of Contents
What Is Feng Shui? 3
Methods Of Feng Shui 4
The Five Elements Of Feng Shui 6
The Colors Of Feng Shui 8
Introduction On Creating A Happy Home With Feng Shui 12
Incorporating Feng Shui If Your Home Is In A Cul-de-sac 14
Feng Shui For Your Kitchen 16
Create Wealth And Abundance Using Feng Shui In Your Bathroom 18
Implementing Mirrors With The Concept Of Feng Shui 19
Feng Shui In Your Bedroom To Enhance Your Love Life 20
Feng Shui For Your Home Based Business 22
Using Feng Shui For Your Internet Business 24
Using Feng Shui For A Retail Business 25
How To Get A Feng Shui Consultant 26
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What Is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway) is an ancient Chinese practice that involves art and science. It has been around for thousands of years. The practice relies on the laws of heaven and earth to help people balance their energies within a space. This is to help them receive fortune and health.
The word “feng” means wind and “shui” means water. Therefore Feng Shui means “wind water”. The local Chinese people place wind that is gentle and water that is clear in one setting. It is to represent good health and harvest.
Feng Shui prides itself on thinking that the land includes Chi. The work Chi has to do with energy. Back in ancient times, the local Chinese people claimed that the energy of the land would be good or bad for others.
Feng Shui comes from the Taoist ideals in order to deal with nature. Taoism deals with religious and philosophical beliefs. Taoism has a strong influence in Asia.
Taoism is also responsible for birthing yin and yang concepts. Yin and yang deal with opposite aspects of a phenomenon or comparing two phenomena. They represent quality in regard to correspondence which is found in most areas of Chinese science and philosophy. An example of this would be ancient Chinese medicine.Other Details
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