Feng Shui

Feng Shui is an ancient art that developed over 3000 years ago. In literal translation, Feng means “wind” and Shui means” water “. Air and water are the basic necessities of life and surviving without them is not possible. Air and water are associated with good health and therefore good Feng Shui signifies good fortune and bad Feng Shui means bad fortune.

Natural energy can be utilized to its fullest by a proper arrangement of things at home. We can also understand Feng Shui  as the art of placement of objects within a space which would impact various areas of life. Basically, it teaches how to balance and harmonize the energy of a space. We can utilize it in home, office, or a garden. Feng Shui is all about attracting good energy (Sheng Chi) at a space which would prove beneficial for the inhabitants. It can make a residence, workplace, and life of people living in it very peaceful, healthy, and rewarding. Good fortune comes in various forms which include successful career, better health, fulfilling love life, etc.

There are five elements which Feng Shui practices. These elements are wood, metal, fire, earth, and water. Each element has its own energy and has a specific manifestation in several physical categories.

Feng Shui is that art with the help of which nature and energy can be made favorable and beneficial for the inhabitants.

Arranging of home to hold happiness in place is the primary goal of Feng Shui