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Yin means protected, intimate, private, Yang, open, public. And the windows are like doors, which allow the connection between the yin and yang, the difference is that the windows allow us to observe the outside without having to leave him, that is, viewed from a protected location while the doors are only a step.
According to Feng Shui, the window must allow to sit at his side, stopping before it, meditate, contemplate. If we can not do these things, would become just a hole in a wall. The window is the way we communicate with the outside, light, air, and the community in which we live. If a non tell with any windows, and insulate us would be very similar to a basement.
Nicest rooms are those with at least two windows (facing different sides), as this forms the light quality is great. Read the rest of this entry »
Feng Shui, the ancient art that combines the functionality in line with the provision of components and rooms in the home, has its secrets regarding the choice of colors for each room of the house.
In the conventional palette of colors used in decoration, we can see a predominance of basic colors yellow, red, purple, green and blue. Each has its influence and its significance, according to Feng Shui, as discussed below.
The color yellow symbolizes the sun, and is used to represent joy, creativity and mental clarity. We can apply it in rooms where special need to invoke the optimism, intellect and knowledge or wisdom, as in an office or kitchen. Although suitable for the rooms, you better apply it sparingly and only in quarters of young adults: is not recommended for infants or sites, nor for the elderly. Read the rest of this entry »
In Home Feng Sui, some people are decorate home with mirrors. Some authors use the mirrors without limitation because they believe they are capable of solving the most varied problems. Others, however, minimize the use. So what we try is to find a middle ground between the two branches.
We can already say that the mirrors provide light (to reflect the same) and create a virtual space as real space seems larger because of them. Given these characteristics is that we can put the mirrors in Feng Shui and take into account certain points.
In the inner mirrors is that they reflect avoid figures or tables that we know you have bad Feng Shui, or reflect heat, a straight or corner contentious issue. Read the rest of this entry »
Feng Shui is an ancient Eastern discipline and dealing with the use of energy flow to achieve a harmonious and prosperous. Positive energy to flow freely in our home, it must meet certain characteristics, so that the natural flow is not impeded or stuck and cause problems for people who carry out their life on it.
For our house is full of harmony and fortune, the Feng Shui gives us some tips.
For example, says it is wise to choose a house with good protection on its back, that is, if you are in the field, there must be a mountain, and if it is within the city, a house or building in the back will give good protection. Read the rest of this entry »
Feng Shui is an ancient art of oriental origin, which indicates the arrangement of the elements of everyday life, so as to achieve the optimal flow of energy. In the West it has been hailed as a specific art decoration, somewhat simplified, but also helpful.
In the universe we have matter and energy. Although we can not see or feel it, the energy around us and adjust the events of our daily lives. And Feng Shui is just a technique to redirect, channel, and take your best advantage. Therefore, there are some tricks of this art that we can implement simply, before consulting an expert to delve into the subject. Read the rest of this entry »
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. Read the rest of this entry »