Feng Shui is the Chinese System of Land Management. It refers to the whole environment that we humans live in. It relates to the room that we are in, the property, the district, the town, the country, the continent. It also relates to the built environment (buildings, houses, roads, canals), land (hill, mountains, valleys, plains, fields), flowing water (streams, rivers), still water (ponds, lakes) and the air (wind, rain) that is around us. Most importantly, the sun, moon and the continual movement of time.
Feng Shui is the trivial name and is derived from “Kan Yu” which means the “Management of the Land or Environment”.
It is well known that the environment affects our behaviour
Working is a well organised and neat room vs a cluttered and messy room.
You will find that your thinking will reflect the room.
In the 1st room – your thinking and writing is clear and organised.
In the 2nd room – your thinking and writing is disorganised and mess.
Sleeping in a room with solid colours
Blue – good sleep
Yellow – happy
Green – Nature like – positive and upbeat
Silver – Peaceful
Orange – Warm
Pink – Soft
Purple – Stimulating
Grey – Uninspiring
Brown – Gloomy
Red – Energetic
Feng Shui are a set of rules derived from centuries of study and development of how the environment can benefit the person.
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