Saturday, 13 December 2008

Feng Shui - Tips To Try

Feng Shui - Tips To TryI have recently being looking at the practice of Feng Shui. It is a fascinating concept of creating a balance in your environment.

Feng Shui originates from and is practiced in China. this has spread to millions of other people who now firmly believe in it. These people say that their lives are controlled by natural forces around them. Although there are many schools of thought of Feng Shui systems, there are many factors that have a common trend in the use and positioning of many items changing colours scheme to mention a few.

Feng Shui - Tips To TryA Feng Shui specialist may give many ways to improve your environment and create a harmonic balance in homes or even in businesses. They use five elements, xuan kong flying star, colour, positioning of furniture, simple remedies and cures for problem areas and many other practices beyond these. those who practice Feng Shui claim that it enhances and attracts good health, wealth and relationships.

Much advice has been thrown around, and it can be quite confusing to many on how to achieve this balance in you own environment. So I have taken a few of Feng Shui instructions and simplified them. You may want to try out to see whether it makes a difference to your life.

  • Remove all your shoes and slippers and allow main door to be free and clear.
  • No televisions in the bedrooms or cover it over with a plastic cloth when not being watched.
  • No mirrors opposite or by the side of your bed.
  • Get an indoor water fountain in your home, you can put this anywhere you like.
  • If you have had bad luck and have a fish tank in your house, move it somewhere else in the house. If you still get bad luck after a few more months, move it again.
  • Your cooker in the kitchen should have no refrigerator, washing machine or toilet opposite it. The fire and water is bad and causes arguments.
  • Mattresses on the floor should not be slept on by children. It will cause them to be sick often.
  • Young children should have their backs to the wall when they write.
  • Double bunk beds are bad for children. The child sleeping underneath will not have "fresh chi" and their health might be weak.
  • Your bed should always have a solid wall behind it.
  • On top of your bed there should be no beams.
  • A marble table in your dining room may give you pressure at work. Get it replaced with a wooden one!
  • If your child is sick put them into another bedroom or hang a six-rod metal wind chime in the room. Put it by a window where the wind can make it chime is a good idea.
  • Red coloured sofas are bad and will give rise to heavy work pressure, troubles and obstacles.
  • Your bedroom windows should remain open at least once 20 minutes a day to allow fresh chi to come in.
Even if you can't manage all these, just a few may well make a difference to you life, luck and even love.

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