Feng Shui means wind and water, which are the two fundamental forms of life energy. Feng Shui studies life energy. Feng Shui is part of ancient Chinese philosophy and metaphysics. It tries to understand the movement of energy in our environment and how the design of buildings and interiors affects us in a subtle manner. Feng Shui uses positive 'chi' to improve an individual's good luck and success. Feng Shui is also the art of judging the quality of a person's life by observing and analyzing the environment in which he lives and works. It helps us tap 'chi' in our environment and uses it to help us achieve particular goals in our day-to-day life.
'Chi' is the energy that connects people with their environment. 'Chi' is present everywhere, around the earth, in the atmosphere and is present in and around our body. This energy is constantly in a state of flux as a result we are constantly changing though we are unaware of it. This change is essential for out mental, physical and spiritual health. When there is no change there is stagnation. 'Chi' can take the form of matter or energy or can be a combination of the two. Thus 'chi' can be visible, partially visible, invisible or partially invisible. 'Chi' is present in everything we do, see and surrounds us. Each of us has 'chi' within us. This 'chi' gives our body energy. The 'chi' within you has its own unique characteristics and moves in its own unique way. 'Chi' energy is vital for maintaining physical, environmental and emotional balance. When 'chi' in your body in blocked or there is an imbalance of energy, then you may feel ill, depressed or have physical discomfort. When the 'chi' in your environment is out of balance, it will affect your life. This may cause disturbance in your relationships or difficulties in business or cause general ill luck. 'Chi' is found in everything. There is a 'chi' of time, of stars, of numbers, of colors, of seasons, of careers, of stillness etc. Feng Shui is a means to understand 'chi' and its movements in your environment.
The concept of Yin and Yang is integral to Feng Shui. Yin and Yang are considered to be the Way of heaven and earth. The twin forces describe the two basic and interactive forces of nature. To maintain balance there should be harmony between these two forces. The concept of yin and yang explains the change in all things. One force cannot exist without the other. We cannot understand one without the other for example we cannot understand light without darkness, joy without sorrow etc. Each force acts on the other force to initiate movement. Nothing in this world is totally yin or totally yang. According to Feng Shui we need to balance the yin and yang in each room of our home. If a room is painted with dark colors, is cold and has very little sunlight in it is considered to be too yin or have stagnant 'chi'. Spending too much time in a room like this can make a person ill and depressed. In contrast if a room is painted with light colors, very bright and very warm, it is considered to have too much yang 'chi'. Spending too much time in a room like this can make a person ill as a result of loss of energy.
Another name for lucky 'chi' is Sheng Chi. When 'chi' is balanced and flowing properly then it is called Sheng Chi. It brings luck, happiness, new opportunities etc. and all the good things in life. Unlucky 'chi' is called Sha Chi. This is unbalanced energy and will cause problems, ill health, and setbacks etc. Sha Chi may be obvious or something you cannot pin point. Living under the influence of Sha Chi can be detrimental to your welfare.
The following pages discuss the various aspects of Feng Shui in general:-
Understanding Feng Shui
History of Feng Shui
Principles of Feng Shui
Schools of Feng Shui
Symbols of Feng Shui
Feng Shui for Home
Feng Shui for Business
Feng Shui in Management
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