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Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Shway) is the ancient Chinese art of placement to enhance the flow of "vital life energy" known as Qi. Feng Shui Practitioners believe that rooms, buildings and all environments can be arranged and decorated with feng shui colors and feng shui products such as: feng shui baqua, feng shui wind chimes, feng shui coins, etc., that can maximize the flow of Qi, which improves the health and happiness of those who live in that environment. Discover our Feng Shui products today!
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Feng Shui and Gemstones go hand in hand. Match the colors to the Bagua areas where you can use good energy. Some of the most amazing tools for healing, are the treasures the earth provides us! Crystals and Gemstones are one of the most beautiful, mystical and profound "energy medicine" tools, which have been used for centuries throughout all cultures, religions and empires. Search through our extensive collections of crystals, crystal information crystal jewelry, spheres, and healing crystals.
Feng Shui Cure: Can work in ANY area of the Bagua based on their colors and energetic properties.
The BaguaQi or energy of a given environment. The map divides a room into 9 squares of equal size, with each grid corresponding to a specific "gift" in life, such as health, love, and knowledge. The various schools of thought in Feng Shui all use the bagua in one form or another. The bagua, generally an octagon or square divided into nine areas, which are sometimes referred to as "guas", is superimposed over a floor plan of the building, room or property. Blackhat sect and Form school Feng Shui use essentially the same bagua.
In Feng Shui, a map called a Bagua is used. The nine areas of the bagua are (clockwise, from the northern area) career, knowledge, family, wealth, fame, marriage, children, and helpful people. The ninth area is the center. Each area is associated with direction, elements, and I Ching trigram (the ancient system of Divination). In arranging a room, 9 areas are noted to be of special significance. The following table, which cooresponds to the Baqua, illustrates the relationship of areas in a room (or home) in relation to the room's Main Entrance. Imagine dividing your room (home, office) into the following 9 areas. We have highlighted the ideal items to enhance the movement of Qi within each location.
Please be aware: these "cures" are, by no means, comprehensive - it is simply offered as a guide to choosing products right for you. They are as follows:
Once the bagua is superimposed over the floor plan, one can see what parts of the building, room or property lie in each area of the bagua. Feng Shui may be begun, using the colors and elements to correct deficiencies or an overabundance of an element.
Deficiencies are corrected by adding the needed element or by using its associated color. An overabundance of an element can be corrected by adding its controlling element, by lessening the element itself, or by using the associated colors. For example, if fire were overabundant, then a water element could be added, thereby bringing fire back into balance.
Everything is relative to each other. When using the bagua to determine the Feng Shui layout, start with a floor plan of the building and superimpose the bagua over it, as a whole; then apply the bagua to each individual room.
The most important thing to remember when using the bagua is to be consistent, using the same school of Feng Shui throughout the entire building.
The Five PhasesCertain fundamentals of Chinese Medicine must be understood when working with one's constitution. One such fundamental is the Five Phases (Elements) Theory, which states there are five interrelated elements: fire, earth, metal, water and wood. The following are the ways (or cycles) in which the elements of nature are interrelated.
"Sheng"-Generating/Nourishing (Creative) Cycle
In this cycle, one element generates/nourishes or creates the following element. The nourished element is also known as the child element. The nourishing element is known as the mother element. This is an important aspect of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The pattern is:
* Fire nourishes earth
* Earth nourishes metal
* Metal nourishes water
* Water nourishes wood
* Wood nourishes fire
"Ke"-Controlling/Overcoming (Destructive) Cycle
Even as each element nourishes another, it also controls an element. The controlling element is sometimes referred to as the grandmother element. This cycle is as follows:
* Fire controls metal
* Metal controls wood
* Wood controls earth
* Earth controls water
* Water controls fire
There are two out of balance/pathological cycles:
The overacting cycle is much the same as the controlling cycle, but in the overacting cycle, one of two things has occurred: The controlled element has become weakened (deficient) to the point that the controlling element is now over powering it, or the controlling element has become so strong (excess) that it is suppressing the controlled element.
In this cycle, the controlled element has either become excess to point of rebelling against the controlling element, or the controlling element has become deficient to the point of being overpowered by the controlled element. This cycle is as follows:
* Metal insults fire
* Fire insults water
* Water insults earth
* Earth insults wood
* Wood insults metal
All the elements are mutually inhibitive and at the same time mutually creative: wood creates fire, fire creates earth, earth creates metal, metal creates water, and water creates wood. Conversely, water inhibits fire, fire inhibits metal, metal inhibits wood, wood inhibits earth, and earth inhibits water.
Yin and Yang
Yin and yang are two words we frequently hear in connection with balance. Yin is generally thought of as being feminine, while yang is considered masculine, yet there is much more to this. Yin is also related to the earth, moon, darkness, shade, rest, space, west and north. Yang on the other hand is related to light, sun, brightness, heaven, time, south, east and left.
In ancient times when the daily cycle of night and day were noted, it was thought that day corresponded to yang and yin corresponded to night. Since one usually traveled and worked during the day, yang came to be associated with activity, while yin came to be associated with rest because at night, one rested.
Yin and Yang are looked at in four distinct ways. Yin and Yang are in:
Opposition: in relation/relative to each other
Interdependent: you cannot have one without the other
Mutual Consumption: control and balance one another
Qi, often referred to as "life force", or "energy" is that which flows through all things. Qi is containing, activating, transporting, protecting and warming. Qi is something that cannot be seen or recorded, yet is upon and within all things.
"Qi is the thread connecting all beings. Qi is the common denominator of all things - from mineral to human. Qi is the fundamental quality of being and becoming one.
As a concept, which is truly ethereal, it is the most deeply rooted intution in Chinese civilization. Qi is like the wind, a natural element and energy source that is constantly flowing all around us. We cannot see it, but we know it exists by the way it affects the physical around us. Qi is also like water, an energy source that can be governed to where it is needed and be more beneficial to our well-being. At the same time, Qi like water, also cycles constantly from one phase to another. It is a cycle that, if broken or interrupted, will affect everything else that depends on the continuity of this cycle.
Also known as poison arrows or "sha" are sharp angles that focus a point of harmful energy. These arrows are usually projected out from sharp cornered furniture or interior walls. The areas or sites, which are damp, crowded, hollow, flat or have straight lines are objects, which project this "sha" or negative energy. The edges of a neighbor's roof, railway tracks, telephone lines all weaken Qi energy and create these secret arrows. Even nature creates her own poison arrows, such as rivers running straight and fast, sharp cliffs or vertical gaps in mountain ranges. The general rule states: all organic curving lines in landscape including houses or objects, express flowing Qi. Whereas, straight, rectangular lines attract secret, poison arrows or "sha."
Your Chinese Horoscope
Chinese New Year starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th day of the new year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.
Prior to New Year's Day, Chinese families decorate their living rooms with vases of pretty blossoms, platters of oranges and tangerines and a candy tray with eight varieties of dried sweet fruit. On walls and doors are poetic couplets, happy wishes written on red paper. These messages sound better than the typical fortune cookie messages.
The lunar calendar has a sixty year cycle. In Chinese Astrology, the five basic elements of Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth, which make up all matter, are combined with the twelve animal signs of Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Lamb, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig to form the sixty year cycle. One's Chinese horoscope is based on which lunar year in this sixty year cycle one was born.
Dog are honest and faithful to those they love but they tend to worry too much and find fault with others. They make ideal secret agents or business people. People of this sign possess the best traits of human nature. They have a deep sense of loyalty, are honest, and inspire others since they can keep secrets. The Dog will never let you down. They are plagued by constant worry, have a sharp tongue, and a tendency to finder fault. Lucky Numbers: 1, 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 19, 28, 30, 41, 45 and 54. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Pig/Boar (also called a Pig) aware honest and tolerant and make good friends, but tend to expect the same from everyone else, and more often than not they end up disappointed. Those born in pig years tend to have excellent manners, make and keep friends, work very hard, and appreciate luxury. They are very loving and make loyal partners. They thrive in the arts as entertainers. Usually very gallant. When they do something, they do it with all their heart. They have tremendous fortitude and great honesty. They do not have many friends, but the ones they have are for life. They are a splendid companion, an intellectual with a very strong need to set difficult goals and carry them out. They are sincere, tolerant, and honest but by expecting the same from others, they are incredibly naive. The quest for material goods could be their downfall. Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 16, 18, 34, 41 and 48. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Rat are said to be imaginative, charming and very generous to those they love - although they do have a tendency to be quick-tempered and over-critical. They are supposed to make good writers, critics and publicists. They are known for his charm and attraction for the opposite sex. They are imaginative, charming, and truly generous to the person you love. They are thrifty with matters of money They are easily angered but love to gossip. Lucky Numbers: 1, 4, 5, 10, 11, 14, 41, 45, 51, and 54. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Oxen are born leaders, inspiring confidence in everyone they come into contact with. However, they can be too demanding. Methodical and good with their hands, they make fine surgeons and hairdressers. People of this sign are usually very patient and inspire confidence in others. However, they tend to be eccentric and are easy to anger. They inspire confidence from all around them. They are conservative methodical, and good with their hands. Guard against being chauvinistic and always demanding there own way. Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 5, 12, 15, 33, 35, 51 and 53. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Tiger are said to be bold and adventurous, and are bestowed with initiative and charm. However, they have a tendency to be risk takers, making them act before they think about the consequences. They tend to make good bosses, explorers or racing drivers. They are sensitive, emotional, and capable of great love. However, they have a tendency to get carried away and be stubborn about what they think is right; often seen as a "Hothead" or rebel. They can be extremely short tempered, usually can not make up their minds, which can result in a poor decision making. Lucky Numbers: 4, 5, 7, 9, 13, 34, 44, 45 and 54. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Rabbit are affectionate, co-operative and pleasant, with lots of friends. But they can get too sentimental and seem superficial. Ideal careers areas include law, diplomacy or the stage. They are very ambitious. They are the kind of that people like to be around. Affectionate, obliging, always pleasant. They have a tendency, though, to get too sentimental and seem superficial. They would make good gamblers because They have the uncanny gift of choosing the right numbers. Being cautious and conservative, they are successful in business. Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 19 and 35. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Dragon tend to be popular individuals who are always full of life and enthusiasm, with a reputation for being fun-loving. They make good priests, artists and politicians. Usually very healthy and energetic. Full of vitality and enthusiasm, the Dragon is a popular individual even with the reputation of being foolhardy and a "big mouth" at times. They are intelligent, gifted, and a perfectionist but these qualities make them unduly demanding on others. However, their nature pushes them to be short tempered and stubborn from time to time. Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 5, 6, 15, 21, 34, 35, 36 and 45. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Snake are romantic and deep-thinking, wise and charming, although they tend to dismiss others too quickly and are a bit stingy with money. Ideal jobs include teaching or psychiatry. Usually say little and possess great wisdom. They are often selfish and a bit stingy, but they have a lot of sympathy for others and will go to great length to try to help those less fortunate. Rich in wisdom and charm, they are romantic and deep thinking and their intuition guides them strongly. Avoid procrastination and the stingy attitude towards money. Keep a sense of humor about life. Lucky Numbers: 1, 2, 4, 6, 13, 24, 42 and 46. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Horse are amazingly hard working and very independent. Although you are intelligent and friendly, you can sometimes be a bit selfish. Career wise you would make a good scientist or poet. Usually are popular and cheerful. Their capacity for hard work is amazing. They are their own person-very independent. While intelligent and friendly, They have a strong streak of selfishness and sharp cunning and should guard against being egotistical. Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 4, 8, 13, 14, 41 and 43. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Sheep (also called a Goat) are said to be charming, elegant and artistic, who like material comforts. A bit of a worrier they also have a tendency to complain about things. Jobs as actors, gardeners or beachcombers would suit. People of this sign are usually elegant and highly accomplished in arts, but they are often shy, pessimistic and puzzled about the things of life. Except for the knack of always getting off on the wrong foot with people, they can be charming company. They are elegant and artistic but the first to complain about things. If they put aside their pessimism and worry and try to be less dependent on material comforts, they would be better off. Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 5, 12, 34, 45 and 54. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Monkey are very intelligent, well-liked by everyone, and will have success in any field you choose. Lucky old you! Usually erratic geniuses. They are remarkably inventive and original, and can solve the most difficult problems with a lot of ease. They are a very intelligent and have very clever wit. Because of their extraordinary nature and magnetic personality, they are always well-liked. The Monkey, however, must guard against being an opportunist and distrustful of other people. Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 5, 7, 16, 23, 34, 45 and 54.Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
Rooster indicates a person who is hard-working and definite about their decisions. Roosters are not afraid to speak their minds and can therefore sometimes come across as boastful. They make good restaurant owners and world travelers. Usually deep thinkers, they are very talented. They like to be busy and are devoted beyond their capabilities. They are often a bit eccentric and often have problems in relationship with others. The Rooster is a hard worker; shrewd and definite in decision making often speaking his mind. Because of this, they tend to seem boastful to others. They are a dreamer, flashy dresser, and extravagant to an extreme. Lucky Numbers: 1, 5, 6, 12, 15, 16, 24 and 51. Order Your Feng Shui Birthday Gift Set.
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