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Feng Shui

Feng Shui is a pre historic way of creating and balancing optimistic energy in your surroundings at your areas. It’s been applied in the Far East for over five thousand years. Feng Shui originated from two words like Feng means "Wind" and Shui means"Water". This practice comprises certain geometric designs, life, and water to bring positivity so that one can live with calmness and free of stress. Most basic techniques followed in Feng Shui are like usage of different bold and light colors, re-arrangement of furniture, keeping various symbols in form of decorative objects (wind chimes, laughing buddhas, monkey frogs).Feng Shui provides the stability and harmony in your living place  which is an important factor in dealing with stresses .

Some famous Feng Shui symbols and their significance-

1.      Monkey Frog Or CHAN CHU-

The three legged Money Frog is the traditional pet of Chinese God of wealth "Liu Hai". So it represents the flow of wealth, money and luck. It should be placed facing a main door, or in the Northern, Career area or the Southeastern, Wealth area, to activate prosperity in your life. In a store, it should be near the cash register, facing the entrance.

 

2.      The Ox-

As a symbol of stability, reliability honesty and hard working the Ox is considered as a scared animal. You can welcome prosperity by placing it at the southern corner of your house.

 

3.      The Fish (CARP Or KOI)

Carp is famous for its strength and bravery because it swims against the current of the water. So placing three gold fish in a bowl or keeping statues or pictures of Carp will bring good fortune to your home or business.

 

4.      The Horse-

The horse symbolizes power and movement. Hence placing two horses facing the door or window will improve the partnership of a marriage. Placing it in the Southwest of any room will energize luck in social interactions and in the northwest corner, success in any examination or trial.

5.      The Monkey cat-

Because of its night vision ability a cat is represented as a threat to the evils. Both at home and business it should be kept in the wealth sector.

 

 

 

6.      The Crane-

White crane is symbolized as heavenly as it can fly. Placing it at the south face area of your room can bring good luck to you. Still keeping a caged bird is considered to be an ominous sign in Feng Shui.

7.      The Elephant-

As a symbol of power and wisdom an elephant should be positioned at high upon place with their trunks facing upward.  It is trumpeting the good news. They can be placed in the entrance hall, but not facing the door directly.

 

 

 

N.B- Prior Expert Opinion and Guidance Is Recommended Before Adapting Any Thing New.