A lifestyle with Feng Shui

The Origins: How did Feng Shui start (Part 2)

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The Origins: How did Feng Shui start (Part 2)

Now that we know how Qi or energies can have a significant impact on our lives, it is good to know the different schools of Feng Shui that practitioners have used for a long time. These schools are purely Feng Shui with no links whatsoever to any religions, although some masters do adapt their own versions.

There are 4 schools of Feng Shui:

  1. Landform
  2. Eight House (or Ba Zai)
  3. Flying Star
  4. Water Theory

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Feng Shui Origins: How it start (Part 1)

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Feng Shui Origins: How it start (Part 1)

Feng Shui was said to have started since the existence of mankind. Before tools were invented, man used to live in the wild and fought for food and survival. With limited resources and knowledge, how did our ancestors discover Feng Shui? How it began As mankind evolved, they learnt the importance of community and shelter for protection and warmth. Through this, people came together and realized a trend in all of their problems for survival. Thus, they started to study the geography of where they are; they would usually choose higher and secluded grounds that could offer protection against dangerous...

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Colour Myth #2: The Auspicious Red

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Colour Myth #2: The Auspicious Red

In the Chinese culture, the colour red is widely used for decorative purposes in happy events such as the Chinese Lunar New Year or weddings as it is a symbol of prosperity and luxury. In terms of interior design, red is more of a matter of personal preference and when crafted tastefully, red décor exudes classiness of its owner. However, an overdose or wrong application of red at home may affect your overall luck and cost you your relationships. Red Décor’s impact on Romance As mentioned, the Chinese love to use a large amount of red décor for weddings and...

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Colour Myths Debunked: Black is bad

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Colour Myths Debunked: Black is bad
In the past, black is always avoided due to its evil and negative associations. However, trendy youths these days daringly use black in their home designs. Is black entirely black?

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Feng Shui Colour Taboos for your bedrooms, kitchen and living room

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Feng Shui Colour Taboos for your bedrooms, kitchen and living room

When renovating your house, colour coordinating is very important to ensure that your house is bright, lively and feng shui optimising. In feng shui, the choosing of colours for different rooms have to be done very carefully as it will affect your family members’ health and overall luck. Here are some recommendations and taboos  Bedroom Feng Shui Colour Taboo #1 Bright Red, Pink or Purple The bedroom is a place for rejuvenation and resting, therefore flamboyant and loud colours such as bright red, pink or purple is highly not recommended. These colours are fiery in nature and hence will cause...

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