Feng shui is ‘an ancient art and science that has developed over 3,000 years ago in china. Its roots in the Chinese way of viewing the Universe, where all things on Earth are categorized into five basic elements, and take on implications of positive or negative energy. This is termed chi. and it can have either yin or yang attributes.
Feng means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means bad luck, or misfortune.
Feng shui is also an art – a skill borne of experience and common sense – the skill of arranging one’s immediate living and work space to further strengthen this vital balance and harmony.
A certain amount of mysticism surrounds the practice of feng shui. Understanding its many precepts requires the acceptance of fundamental theories about the Universe which may seem alien in the context of modern day perceptions of the way the world works. Descriptions of landscapes and environments are shrouded in symbolic representations. And metaphors that embrace classical and mythical Chinese references to animals, elements and the intangible forces of yin and yang energies reflect the ancient roots of this science.
The philosophy of feng shui is simple, and the promise of feng shui is meaningful abundance, prosperity and happiness,

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