Feng shui was developed in China thousands of years ago and has not undergone major changes since then. This practice puts us in touch with the seasons, the elements and a natural lifestyle without having to give up all that goes with the modern world.
Mainly it is recommended that the south and west of your home are facing flat areas, the north and east may have mountains. Should also raise soft curves, because the angles too straight accelerate Ch’i.
However, Feng Shui is not only concerned the orientation of the house, but the way how you have room, because each area is inevitably under the influence of the eight requirements: Fame, health, pleasure, friends relationships, children, education and money. These, with their respective corners, form the Pah Kwa Octagon, which can be used as reference to determine which area is rich in every room of your home.
Consider that fame goes south, the money to the southeast, east education, children in the northeast, north relations, friends, northwest, western pleasure and health to the southwest.
The plan you make must be simple and to scale. If you make several floors, have to make a flat per floor. At first mark the orientation of the front door.
It is extremely important to specify the actual use you will give each room and not the generic name. That is, if you work in the room, call the study room. If you eat on the balcony that will be the dining room.
Draw a table on a sheet Pah Kwa semitransparent to locate it on the plane home. You may be streaked out, so you may be missing enrichment. If there is any area that represents a large area in the Pah Kwa, then this area will have an abundance in a given area.
After a while you will not need the drawing, you know the disposition of each item. Remember that fame always facing south, regardless of the location of your home. That will be the reference point to look at his plane as Feng Shui.
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