Let Feng Shui Harmonize Your Life

The ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui has been widely used in Asia for thousands of years and for the last 20 years became increasingly popular in North America. People around the world are discovering how simple changes like wall colors, shape and placement of furniture can change and improve the flow of energy within their house. Correct Feng Shui design allows people to feel good and comfortable in that interior without even noticing it.
Feng Shui is based on the laws of nature. Since our house is a part of nature, we should see it as a living entity.

Feng Shui uses five live elements of nature: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Those elements interact with each other in good and bad ways. Too much of an element in our house will have a direct effect on our life. With the proper use of these elements, we can harmonize relationships within the family, improve financial prosperity, and enhance health and personal well-being.

Even if you are not a Feng Shui believer and this practice sounds strange to you, don’t be afraid to give it a try! You have nothing to lose.
Here are 5 interesting points you may like to know about Feng Shui:

1) Feng Shui is a universal design. It unifies people with nature regardless of race, culture or religion. It can therefore be applied by anyone.

We do not need to load our houses with items and amulets that do not belong to our culture, unless we strongly believe in them. It is better not to have any. Instead, we can make the most out of the right wall colors, shape and placement of our furniture.

2) A clean and well-maintained house always stands out and makes our life organized and less stressful.

3) The most pleasant colors to our eyes have been created by nature. Adapting these colors in our house will balance our emotional well-being.

4) Having live plants instead of plastic or dead ones brings not only beauty, but also oxygenates the house, thus welcoming live and positive energy.

5) Over time, our house starts to accumulate unnecessary items. This clutter depletes our energy and becomes the reason for bad energy trapped inside. We have to get rid of the clutter to improve circulation and let our house breathe freely.

The Feng Shui concept is simple – live with nature rather than against it. Utilizing this principle correctly benefits both humanity and the environment. Start harmonizing your surroundings now and soon enough you will realize that Feng Shui actually “works”.