Meaning & Rules


What is it?

The principles of Feng Shui imply that we are connected to the space we inhabit; in simple terms, there is no separation between humans and the surroundings: physical or non-physical.

In translation, Feng (風) means “wind,” and Shui (水) means “water.” In Chinese culture, wind and water are associated with good health, so good feng shui means good luck.

Some elements of the practice of feng shui date back at least 6,000 years, and contain elements from various branches of academic study, including physics, philosophy, astronomy, and astrology.

It is closely related to the Taoist vision and understanding of nature, particularly the idea that the earth is alive and full of chi or energy.

Feng shui is sometimes considered the art of positioning, understanding how the placement of oneself and objects within one space affects their everyday life.

It is an intricate knowledge that teaches how to balance and harmonizes with energy in any given space, whether it is a home, office, or garden. Your goal is to ensure good luck to people who inhabit the space.

Rules

the rules of feng shui can be applied to many different aspects of our life, from our mind all the way to the environment surrounding us.; Here, we provide essential feng shui knowledge of house exterior and interior for you.


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