The Art of Feng Shui – how it works

The Art of Feng Shui – how it works

How the Art of Feng Shui Can Work for You

 Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art which is a belief that people all over the world have incorporated in their day to day lives. The most common implementation of feng shui happens inside of homes. Although, it has evolved to being useful within business and office environments as well.

This art involves a compass known as the feng shui color compass. Although, it is far more complex than just colors. It has the primary and secondary directions that all compasses wiWest. What makes this compass so different from a generic one is that each direction has a color along with an element which corresponds to it.

This compass can be used to bring about positive energies into your home or office environment which you feel you lack and might be needing. This could be anything, such as health, happiness, wealth and so much more.In order to understand the feng shui compass and how it can create healthy homes and businesses, here are a few examples:

  • North

The element belonging to this direction is Water and the colors are blue and black. In your home, or your office, the north direction should focus on these specific colors and incorporate the element of water. For example, the north side of your environment would be the perfect place to have a waterfall. Successfully implementing this directions element and color will bring in career luck in life.

  • South

Fire is the element belonging to the Southern direction and along with it, the color is red. A feng shui consultant would suggest that this direction of your work or home environment should represent this element and color. It could be through the paint on your walls that are red and/or represent the fire element. If you’re looking to build more of a positive reputation, bring fame for yourself or your business, then this is the direction to focus on.

  • East

The color corresponding to this direction is green and the element is wood. If followed, it would lead to health and focus on the wellbeing of the aspects of a family. If this is a change which you need then it would be helpful to invest in plants and greenery no matter which space you’re in.

  • West

This direction, for a healthy home and business, can bring in the positive energies leading to creativity and luck in children. This is beneficial for both businesses and homes as creativity can help individuals and businesses. For example, if your business is lacking the creative element in order to grow, this direction will do the trick. To do so, the element of metal should be incorporated along with the colors of white, gold and silver.

Those were all just a few examples, there are still four more directions that are a part of feng shui which can service your home or business to make the fortune of your life much better.

Whether it be to bring in good fortunes or just for cluster clearing, feng shui is a unique yet effective way to bring in changes. Your career, family, wealth, happiness and so many more aspects can be positively affected by the inclusion of feng shui in the environments which you spend a lot of time in.

There’s so much more about this ancient Chinese art which can be a part of your daily life. A feng shui consultant can not only enlighten you about the beliefs involved but they can definitely help you implement it at no hassle.

So, if you’d like to learn and know more about how you can be provided a one stop traditional service of feng shui in your office or home, visit www.my-keysolution.com

The North direction and the year of the rat

The North direction and the year of the rat

Combining the year of the Rat, the North direction of the Feng Shui colour compass, the metal element and colours gold, white and blue in your life will ensure luck in your career and business. It is time to take your professional life to a higher level.
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The Impact of the Chinese Year of the Rat

The Impact of the Chinese Year of the Rat

As the new year of 2020 has kicked off, this also means that the Chinese New Year is bringing about new learnings on how this year coincides with ancient Chinese beliefs in order to ensure individuals have the best possible year.

According to the Chinese calendar, once each new year prevails, there is a particular animal that is represented by it. This year, the year of 2020 is the year of the Rat. So, what does this mean? This means that this certain year will have the “characteristics” or “traits” which believed by ancient Chinese resemble the animal. These characteristics and traits include optimism, energetic, likeability, sensitivity, and so many among others.

The other years which were the year of the rat are 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, and now 2020. If any of these years relate to you then it could bring in positive energy if you collaborate the beliefs of the calendar along with the feng shui compass.

The feng shui compass and the Chinese calendar work together quite well because the compass ensures to strengthen the chi energy around you.

If you aren’t aware of what the feng shui compass is, then here’s a brief explanation for you. Basically, it is a compass with the primary and secondary directions which are North, South, East, West, North East, North West, South East and South West. The thing that makes this compass so unique is that each direction has corresponding colors, elements, achievable chi energies, and according to the Chinese calendar, an animal.

The intersection of the feng shui compass along with the animal of the certain year, helps to balance the chi energy in your home, personal life, and even your business!

According to the feng shui compass, the rat belongs to the North direction, and so, this goes on to include the element and colors which correspond with this direction.

The element which belongs to the North direction, as well as resembles the year of the rat is the element of Metal.

In your home, where you work, or in your overall life if this element is incorporated the energy around you is bound to become positive according to the ancient Chinese belief of feng shui.

Apart from this, the colors on the feng shui color compass which will aid you throughout the year of the rat are the following colors:

–       Gold

–       White

–       Blue

These colors are set to be the lucky colors for the year 2020. These colors can be incorporated in your home, at work, or any way that involves your day to day activities.

Now the question you may have in your mind is probably what kind of positive energies would this bring you? Well, since we’re considering the year of the rat, the North direction of the feng shui color compass, the element of Metal and specific colors, then, combining these into your life will ensure luck in your career.

This means that 2020 is the year to take your professional life up a notch whether you’re working, you’re an entrepreneur, or you run a business, big or small. Let’s take an example of how these beliefs could be incorporated into your career: as a business owner you may have a website, and so, the colors gold, white and blue can be the most focused on colors throughout the web pages of your website. Also, symbols that represent the element of metal could be places on parts of your website, such as in your logo or even images throughout.

2020 is the year of the rat, incorporate feng shui into your year and achieve the positive energy you may be looking for. If you would like to know more about feng shui in your personal and professional life, you can visit www.my-keysolution.com and find out more!

The five elements and the impact of Baqua

The five elements and the impact of Baqua

A little known fact about Feng Shui is its link to the Chinese year and the impact that the characteristics of the animal have on the elements and outcomes of Feng Shui. In this year of the Rat the traits include optimism, energy and sensitivity among many others. If any year of the Rat relate to you, particularly this year, then it could bring you a lot of positive energy through Feng Shui.