Feng-Shui  




Fengshui, is the Chinese art of creating harmony in homes and business centers, is very easy to adopt. It is the Chinese art of living in harmony with the nature of health, wealth and happiness. Old Chinese proverb says that the most important factors in life are fate, luck and Fengshui.

Fengshui literally means wind and water. Energy can enter the building in two ways. One with air as the medium, which its above the surface of the earth and the other type of energy enters below the ground level with water as the medium. In Feng shui we energizes the area required, in a home or business place, with the help of gadgets.

Feng Shui is very popular in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Europe and USA. The corrections are gadgetry in nature and quite cheap. Feng Shui can be adopted in rental buildings, apartments, business places and offices. Feng Shui can also be applied for career, love and romance, success and happiness. Feng shui can change your life totally.

The Chinese believes that the universal force of life is Ch’i. To act effectively we have to encourage as much Ch’i as possible into the place we require. Ch’i can be both positive and negative. We always require positive Ch’i and eliminate negative Ch’i, namely Shar Ch’i.

Ch’i is made up of both Yin and Yang concept. Yin is the female counter part of the cosmic force and Yang is the male counter part of the cosmic force. They are the two opposites in the universe and one cannot exist without the other. A balance between Yin and Yang is essential to achieve harmony. Due to the interaction of Yin and Yang a cosmic force is created which is called Ch’i.

Making Ch’i flow harmoniously is the essence of Feng Shui. Ch’i stands for everything in life. It is due to Ch’i that one can see. It is due to Ch’i that you live, breathe, feel energetic. It is also due to Ch’i that one falls sick, but it’s the bad Ch’i. Everything in this world is created, maintained and destroyed by Ch’i. Ch’i needs to be nurtured and gathered.

Feng shui believes that every individual is related to a specific number, which is called the Kua number. The Kua number will tell the success direction and the element. It is depending upon the date of birth and the Chinese calendar.

Each direction of a house, room or office represented by fame, career, health, knowledge and education, wealth, powerful contacts, children and marriage, love and romance. Particular directions should be energized according to the needs.

 
     



Here are some clear dos and don'ts in order to get the most from the two ancient sciences. by R. BABU NARENDRA
  • DO NOT construct kitchen, toilet and prayer room next to one another.
  • Broken mirrors should not be kept in the house.
  • Your main door should not be opposite the main door of another house.
  • The northeast corner of the house should always be kept clean,
  • Students should study facing the east or north.
  • Do not hang a painting depicting war, crime, unrest, agony or distress.
  • Do not have any cactus in the house.
  • Do not have a prayer room under a staircase,
  • While sleeping your head should be in the south or east.
  • Avoid harsh noise while opening or closing doors and windows.
  • Change bed sheets during daytime.
  • Important papers and cash should always be kept in a cupboard in the east side or the right side of the bed.
  • If there is a locker it should be in the Ishan side.        
  • The food should be cooked facing east.
  • Shoes and sandals should always be kept in order.
  • Vegetables after cutting should not be kept on the floor.
  • Never keep dirty clothes with washed ones.
  • Do not hang useless photographs on the walls.
  • Avoid fans with harsh noise.
  • Your furniture should represent Yin and Yang.
  • Mirrors should be kept as clean as to help the Ch'i flow freely.
  • Chandeliers are wonderful way of Attracting Ch'i into your home,
  • Crystals and bright objects reflect Ch'i energy,
  • Avoid clutter.
  • Take care of shars known as poison Arrows.
  • Make your front door as welcoming as possible,
  • Correct all the imperfections on the main entrance.
  • The kitchen should be well lit to welcome Ch’in.
  • The cooking range must be kept clean and in good condition.
  • Use all the burners as this helps your prosperity.
  • Keep the kitchen well stocked.
  • The foot of the bed should not directly face the door to the room.
  • The bed should not be placed under a beam.
  • The bed should be accessible from both sides if you want to attract a partner into your life.
  • Mirrors are not desirable in the bedroom. If it is very necessary, it should not be placed directly in front of the foot of the bed. Mirrors in this position put
    strains on the marriage. A round mirror is more desirable.
  • Chandeliers are wonderful way of attracting Ch'i into your home,
  • Crystals and bright objects reflect Ch'i energy,
  • Avoid clutter.
  • Take care of shars known as poison arrows.
  • Make your front door as welcoming as possible,
  • Correct all the imperfections on the main entrance.
  • The kitchen should be well lit to welcome Ch'i.
  • The cooking range must be kept clean and in good condition.
  • Use all the burners as this helps your prosperity.
  • Keep the kitchen well stocked.
  • The foot of the bed should not directly face the door to the room.
  • The bed should not be placed under a beam.
  • The bed should be accessible from both sides if you want to attract a partner into your life