feng shui


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feng shui

The art and science of placing buildings and specifying the use of components, finishes,and furniture in such a manner as to create harmony and balance.

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Some typical tools used for bringing new energy into the home and revitalizing our lives through Feng Shui might be placing a plant, mirror or water fountain by the front door.
The reason being, that in order to start to create 'good' feng shui the building has to gather and generate 'chi' the Chinese word for 'energy'.
HARMONY: The Feng Shui house tunes in to the elements CENTREPRESSAGENCY
Feng shui is "part common sense, part aesthetics, and part mysticism," says Janet Durovchic in the Art of Knowing Where You Are.
During her four-year feng shui apprenticeship, Czyczynska worked with abused horses.
Feng shui for cars hasn't hit the mainstream yet, so Aon turned to Raymond Catchpole, chairman of the Feng Shui Society, based in the United Kingdom.
Darby says no matter what garden you are creating you can use ancient feng shui principles - from cottage style and Mediterranean, to courtyard and Japanese.
Everything around us produces some kind of energy," says feng shui expert and consultant Junita Tan Hamblin.
Feng shui holds that arranging certain elements according to traditional guidelines can influence outcomes in all areas of life.
That's Asian style," she admits, agreeing that omitting the railings is a better design and more fitting to feng shui.
Based on a 3,000-year-old Chinese tradition, feng shui (pronounced "fung schway") is the art and science of organizing space.