The Art of Feng Shui involves the placement of enhancement objects in relationship to our surroundings - in particular our home and business. In Asia, a Feng Shui Master will even be consulted by the Architect n the planning of the relationships of rooms, doorways and windows to themselves and the forces of nature. It is truly believed that the proper, or improper, positioning and association of all these elements will have a dramatic impact on your life. Here we offer the enhancement symbols with their meanings for your own Feng Shui collection.
Despite being an au courant fad, Feng Shui -- pronounced "fung shway" -- is nothing new to the Chinese. In fact, Feng Shui is a millennia-old practice.
The Chinese have long believed that if a home or business had a harmonious and positive flow of chi', which refers to cosmic breath or energy, those living and working there would benefit, thus enjoying health, happiness and prosperity. Palaces, farmhouses, temples and even entire cities were laid according to Feng Shui's precepts.
Feng Shui is a way of living in harmony with nature. Feng Shui is different for each person, just as each person is different from all other people. In a perfect world every person would live in the correct country for him, in the perfect house for her, with the entirety right furniture for all. We do not have that perfect world. The basis of Feng Shui is to find a place where the energy could flow freely with a positive force.
Feng Shui Symbols you should have many of…