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    Feng Shui in the Garden

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    The biggest factor in Feng Shui is to provide people with positive chi; chi is in everything and is an electromagnetic flow that permeates all things. Feng Shui literally just means wind and water. Water is something that sustains life while wind is the force that distributes the water. Typically, you want to block out outside forces with mountains and hoard the water it contains.There are two types of chi at work in an environment, which is yin and yang. Yin chi is suppose to have favorable conditions for the dead, this being things like cold and darkness. The Chinese believed...

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    Qi Art History and Display Practices part 2

    They strove to cultivate and refine this qi so that their work could be created directly from it. This aesthetic yearning for unity and harmony is expressed in the phrase, They strove to cultivate and refine this qi so that their work could be created directly from it. This aesthetic yearning for unity and harmony is expressed in the phrase, yi qi he cheng, which literally means, “one breath of qi and it is done.” It is used of literary compositions to imply a particular fluidity of the movement of ideas from start to finish — the momentum of qi....

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    Exploring the Core Principles of Modern FengShui Part 2

    Principle 7 : Analyze the Quality of Water The quality of water (especially drinking water) often determines the quality of life because plants need to be watered and humans need to drink constantly. Water can also bring disease and sickness, as well as being used for defense and transportation. The quality of water can also have a curative benefit because of the trace elements and the mineral content in it. Different kinds of sickness are often associated with the different qualities of drinking water available and when the quality is good and free flowing, then the inhabitants will tend to...

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    Exploring the Core Principles of Modern FengShui

    Discover a set of guidelines for the sound practice of FengShui The Chinese have been using FengShui for the past 6000 years, yet we are still debating whether it is a science or a superstition worth preserving. it is far more productive to study it seriously and see what it can offer us, otherwise FengShui will always remain a puzzle to us and open to continual fraud and further corruption. These principles came about because the Chinese have used FengShui to manage their environment over hundreds and thousands of years, and this allowed them to collect many valuable experiences and insights....

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    Feng Shui for the Bedroom

    According to Feng Shui principles, a master bedroom should be a private place reserved for rest and romance only. Does your bedroom support both? A few simple Feng Shui changes, especially in regard to color, artwork, and bed placement, can help make this most important room more appealing. Choosing a color for your bedroom walls is the first step in creating a bedroom sanctuary where you can relax and nurture your romantic relationship. When choosing bedroom colors, the Feng Shui rule of thumb is that warm colors create warmth in your relationship, while cool colors can cool it down. The...

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