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Harmonious Feng Shui Colors

Cindy Brock - Feng Shui - Aroma Shui - Decluttering for DollarsColor is something that Feng Shui makes use of in attracting positive energy into our living space. When you are planning your home’s color schemes, you should pick accordingly to the kind of energy you need. This guide will assist you in choosing the best colors for you to come up with a harmonious home.

Red – This is the color of fire, which represents divine energy. It is advised to use red with caution. Red is best as the color of small decorative pieces in your living areas, rather than with huge furnishings or wall color. This color brings confidence, joy, courage and passion into your life. more »

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Feng Shui and Bathrooms

Feng Shui - Water Element - Metal Element - Bathroom - AromaShuiMy house was built in 1976.  As such, it has all those 1976 charms such as 12″ x 12″ gold-veined mirrors. I have 4 bathrooms in my home, and the ladies bathroom in the master suite (there’s a separate men’s bathroom), has all 4 walls covered in these gold-veined mirrors.

Here’s why that’s bad:

  • Reason #1. Mirrors are water in Feng Shui.  So if you have them in a bathroom, with a toilet and tub/shower, you now have water and water and more water.  What happens when you are surrounded by water?  You drowned.  That’s what this bathroom is doing to me.  (It doesn’t help either that the bathroom is very small – maybe 6′ x 6′.) more »
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Enchancing Your Life with Feng Shui

Cindy Brock - Feng Shui Bagua - AromaShui - Decluttering for DollarsThe ancient practice of Feng Shui is one of the oldest forms of geomancy in the world and can be traced back as far as 3500 years ago in ancient China.  The word literally means wind and water and this practice believes in the notion that qi or vital energy can greatly influence and improve a person’s life by achieving balance and harmony in their surroundings.

To apply this practice means having to recognize the relationship between man and the environment he lives in. The key to this practice is locating the all important qi by arranging objects inside or outside of your home or even your office space so that qi continuously flows freely in the space thereby producing a positive impact in different aspects of your life.  This ancient practice and belief is still being applied today and here are some methods where the art of balance and harmony can make a difference in a person’s life. more »

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