Power and Benefits of Chinese Feng Shui
Many people today are very interested in the benefits of ancient art and science that as Chinese Feng Shui. They are curious whether it can usher in positive energy and vitality to their lives. Does it help with such things as wealth, health, and happiness?
Chinese Feng Shui is no “magic bullet” that will cure any of your ailments. It will not somehow cause a big bag of money to appear on your front door. But one can receive many positive benefits when applying its principles to your life. Let’s take a look at a few.
Benefits of Chinese Feng Shui: Peace and Harmony
For one, Chinese Feng Shui encourages peace and harmony in the home. Along those lines, it encourages people to de-clutter their environments and lives. Of course, it’s impossible to decide what can and cannot be considered clutter in your home and your life; as the old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
However, the application of Chinese Feng Shui is meant to encourage positive energy and to get rid of anything that drains you of this energy or that introduces negative feelings and energy in your life. This is how the thought can be applied to your material possessions and overall life.
For example, if you have a so-called “friend” who only calls you when they need something and tends to be so overly emotional that you feel drained and empty when you’re done talking? This person can be considered clutter in your life – adds nothing, and take everything.
Benefits of Chinese Feng Shui: Family and Career
It’s also true that the Asian cultures value hard work and applying one’s self to your family and your career. Chinese Feng Shui encourages you to use your energy in these positive ways. By doing so, you will only be encouraging more positive energy in your life. Think about how that might apply to your own family.
Do you use your time, resources, and energy to encourage strong family bonds? Do you see your family as an investment opportunity for that energy? Suppose you understand and apply the principle being taught by Chinese Feng Shui that positive energy begets positive energy. In that case, you won’t hesitate to work hard at making your family bonds as strong as possible.
Feng Shui Color Symbolism
It is true, too, that Chinese Feng Shui puts a great deal of emphasis on using color in one’s home and environment. However, be careful that you don’t fall for folklore and myth when it comes to this aspect of the art. There is no factual basis for thinking that a red front door is lucky or unique or that specific colors will bring prosperity and wealth when used abundantly.
Colors in rooms and home areas create certain moods; bright colors energize you, while darker colors calm and soothe you. In these few ways, you can see how Chinese Feng Shui can add positive energy and vitality to your own life.