Feng Shui, the thousand-year study, is focusing on Qi energy and its powerful effect on the way you feel and think. It is a lifelong practice!
“In its highest and purest form, good Feng Shui signifies perfect alignment between inner and outer worlds.” Lada Ray
China is an amazing country, the history of which is filled with myths and legends. One of these legends tells about the origin of Feng Shui. Its appearance is attributed to one of the three mythical rulers of China - Yu the Great from the legendary Xia dynasty.
According to legend, the ruler Yu conducted irrigation work on the Yellow River. Once a giant tortoise crawled out of it. Its appearance was considered an auspicious sign since in those days it was believed that gods live under the shell of a tortoise. When Yu looked closely, he saw a magic square on the back of a tortoise. The sum of the numbers in each of the vertical, diagonal, and horizontal rows of this square was 15. This unusual phenomenon surprised the emperor so much that he called the sages to study the tortoise. As a result of the meeting with the wise men, not only Feng Shui but also the classic “Book of Changes” (I Ching), Chinese astrology and numerology appeared.
Feng Shui is a very old science of space and energy, the art of living in harmony with nature, using the energy of heaven and earth to gain health, well-being and good luck. This science is aimed at creating a harmonious individual space, on changing your home and your heart, so that you can stay in harmony with your inner self and the world around, successfully resisting all blows of fate.
Translated from Chinese "Feng" means wind, and "Shui" - water. In ancient times, the Chinese considered wind and water a link between heaven and earth. They assumed that the sky directly affects the life of a person, and much more seriously than simply sending changes in the weather.
Obviously, water supports all life forms on Earth, be it plants, animals, or humans. At the same time, it is the wind that transports water from place to place, causing evaporation from the seas and rains where there would be only sun-scorched earth without it. Thus, wind and water are essential for our survival.
In addition, Feng Shui masters believed that wind and water carry the vital energy of Qi. Therefore, in order to make sure that there is an abundance of Qi energy in any particular place, ancient geomancers observed wind and water flows and their interaction with the earth.
But Feng Shui is also known as the Chinese art of placement and exploring space in its connection with time, landscape, architecture, interior design, and the conditions of human existence. This art can teach us a lot about living in harmony between the inner world and the environment.
Feng Shui is based on three main principles. The first principle is the concept of Qi energy, the energy that creates and permeates everything in the Universe. The second principle is a stable balance of yin and yang forces. The third principle is the interaction of the five basic elements from which the Universe and all its components are created.
Needless to say, the benefits of introducing the Feng Shui technique into your life are countless. Here are some of the most important ones. Feng Shui:
- increases positive energy
- brings harmony to your environments
- attracts prosperity and opportunities
- increases luck
- helps in avoiding electromagnetic pollution and geopathic stress
- benefits you psychologically, improving self-satisfaction, and motivation, reducing tiredness and anxiety, thus bringing balance to your life.
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