Using the 5 elements provides balance

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There are many ways to create balance and harmony in your surroundings whether at home or in the office. You can use the simplest of methods, yin and yang through which you create balance using opposites such as large and small, dark and light, textured and smooth or hard (as in metal and wood) and soft (as in fabric). You can also use the eight basic directions throughout the house to create balance or enhance specific areas to energize the wants and needs ...

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Fall, Flowers and Feng Shui

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You might think just what does Feng Shui have to do with fall and flowers; the answer is everything. Every time we change seasons, we automatically shift energy whether we know it or not. With the arrival of fall we start to change our eating habits, the clothes we wear and our outdoor living style.

If you reside in a northern climate you automatically start digging out your jackets right along with your flowers and bulbs that are not winter hardy. ...

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7 Great Feng Shui Gifts for Holiday Giving

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With the holidays fast approaching, I am often asked “is there such a thing as a really good Feng Shui gift?” “What should I look for when trying to purchase a great Feng Shui gift for someone special on my list?” “Is there a terrific Feng Shui gift I can give my boss?” The gift list requests go on and on.

Yes, there are numerous great Feng Shui oriented gifts that can be purchased, in many cases for quite reasonable amounts of ...

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Feng Shui, a Way of Life for the 21st Century?

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Feng Shui is more relevant today than it was 3000 years ago. When the Ancient Chinese discovered the use and importance of incorporating Feng Shui principles into their lives, it was a matter of survival for their culture and civilization. They found that by harvesting, harnessing and using the positive energy provided by the universe in their homes and the Emperor’s Imperial Palace, they not only survived but thrived, The words Feng Shui literally translated mean wind and water, thought to be the more powerful ...

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Use the Three R’s to Improve Bedroom Energy

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A properly Feng Shuied bedroom should be a sanctuary that provides Rest, Rejuvenation and energizes Relationships. If you are thinking of adding a bedroom, remodeling the master suite or simply redecorating, the three R’s are your key to creating a much needed sanctuary that nourishes your body, provides a peaceful atmosphere and creates the foundation for good relationships whether intimate or familial.

The kitchen and your bedroom are the two most important rooms in your home according to Feng Shui principles. In the kitchen ...

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