A lifestyle with Feng Shui

How to choose the right colours for your house or office

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How to choose the right colours for your house or office
Hamornizing the feng shui in your house or office can be easily done with careful coordination of colours to balance the elements. Find out more on how you can do that here.

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Applying Bagua Feng Shui to your home or office

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Applying Bagua Feng Shui to your home or office

To accurately apply feng shui to your home or office, it is important that you understand the energy map of these spaces. In feng shui, there are a few ways to do so but here, we will explore one of the oldest and most used methods known as the Bagua, or Eight House Feng Shui. The History In ancient China, the Bagua (known then as the Early Heaven Trigrams) was commonly used to configuring the feng shui for yin dwellings, such as the ancestral sites of graves. This is because it is believed that the final resting position of ancestors...

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How to mix colours for the best feng shui environment

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How to mix colours for the best feng shui environment

Now that you have learnt about the importance of colours in Feng Shui and how to find your lucky colours, the next step is to learn to harmonise the colours of your environment so that you are constantly in the most ideal Feng Shui atmosphere. The Circle of Creation and the Cycle of Destruction Fat arrows: Circle of Creation (FEMWaWo) Fire(molten lava core) provides for Earth(soil/clay), Earth gives rise to Metal, Metal nourishes Water (rich minerals), Water provides nutrients for Wood, Wood provides fuel for Fire.   Thin arrows: Cycle of Destruction (WoEWaFM) Wood destroys Earth, Earth displaces Water, Water...

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How to use the Kua number to determine your lucky colour

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How to use the Kua number to determine your lucky colour
The kua number is an ancient Chinese numerology tool used to determine favorable feng shui elements, colours and directions. Click here to find out your personal kua number and read how it impacts your life.

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Applying Feng Shui Colour Theory to your spaces

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Applying Feng Shui Colour Theory to your spaces

Colours is one of the most efficient application of Feng Shui to any spaces. This is because in Feng Shui, the colours very much represent the 5 elements: Metal, Wood, Earth, Water and Fire. Each of these elements governs a sector of your house and in turn affects the person living in the space based on the elements they need. When your choice of colour is motivated by good purposes such as strengthening nourishing elements or draining clashing elements, it will help tremendously in creating good Feng Shui. Let’s learn how to apply Colour Theory to optimise your house’s Feng...

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