Feng Shui helps synchronizing the energy in a certain space. Besides the exceptional aesthetic finish, the science of harmony gives a palpable sense of tranquility, relaxation and happiness.
However, Feng Shui is not for everyone. This study requires patience, attention to detail and accurate assessment of the plant species and the place of each little flower in the whole picture.
If you happen to be a Feng Shui enthusiast and flowers and gardening are you passion, you can follow these simple rules on your journey of discovering and studying Feng Shui.
- Start Small
Feng Shui is an ancient study, a philosophy, a way of seeing the world around us. It is the perception of a space and the distribution of energies inside each time you cross the doorstep. It takes time – months, sometimes years. So start small. Choose your very own little place, sanctuary, which is bound to be your place for taking a break and getting read of the stress of your everyday responsibilities.
- Add Water
Water is a focal point in Feng Shui. It is often thought to be a powerful source of energy. You can instantly bring freshness by putting a small fountain or a water element in the space you have chosen to be your Feng Shui sanctuary. An interesting fact is that water is considered to be a universal symbol of abundance. It is recommended to consult a specialist as how to arrange the water features in your home or garden to gather the maximum effect.
- Pay Attention to Details
Flowers and vegetation brighten up a space, creating a sense of freshness, beauty and contribute to the modern finish of each home. Positioned at key points, they can be mood uplifting, thus serving as an aesthetic finish of a particular interior or exterior. Ancient teachers believed that by proper Feng Shui arrangement on your entrance, you leave the negative energy before you enter the door.
- Select a Symbol
Symbols remind us of a encoded message. Feng Shui has its own system of symbols, for example tortoise and a dragon. Turtles are thought to be firmly on the ground, stable creatures, which symbolize balance longevity and wisdom. On the other side, the dragon is the masculine energy Yang and radiates power and pure energy.
- Add Crystals and Stones
Besides being a beautiful finishing touch to every surface, the delicate and fragile crystals are considered to be an exceptional source of clean and focused energy. Ancient teachers believe that crystals have healing powers that eliminate specific frequencies and change the energy in the room. Often, among the used crystals, are jasper, obsidian and tiger’s eye.
While it may seem easy, Feng Shui is whole science with its own rules, laws and philosophy. Consultation with a specialist is never redundant.
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