Chi – The energy of Feng Shui
The number one fundamental principle of Feng Shui is Chi (pronounced chee) without Chi, Feng Shui cannot exist. Chi is a Chinese word that has no real direct English translation with multiple meanings: life force, cosmic energy, vapor and breath. Chi is the invisible energy that animates all living […]
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Yin and Yang.
One of the key important factors to Feng Shui is Yin and Yang. Everything on earth is made up of two opposite yet complementary principles or qualities: yin and yang. Yin symbolizes the passive and calm side of nature, while yang represents the active and energetic side. Yin and Yang do not exist […]
I’ve have listed the most common misconceptions and apprehensions about Feng Shui. The following is not what Feng Shui is, no matter what anyone tells you!
Feng Shui is not:
A simple garden or home makeover.
A type of interior or exterior decorating.
A type of magic […]
The Chinese term Feng Shu (pronounced “fung shway”) literally translates to wind water, with Feng meaning Wind and Shui meaning water. Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow and circulate everywhere on Earth. These two are also the basics for human survival. Wind or air is the breath of life; without […]