Cures and Remedies
Eight Tools of Feng Shui
There are eight tools of Feng Shui you can use to fix or “cure” negative situations in your home or office. The objects in these categories are especially helpful to unblock any stuck energy and achieve harmony in your home or office.
Feng Shui Help for a T-Junction House
A T-junction house is often difficult to live in because it is located where two streets come together and one is pointed directly at the house. This article gives Feng Shui cures for houses located in this position.
Feng Shui Wood Element
The Feng Shui Wood Element represents growth, expansion, and vitality. Wood Element objects are wood furniture, plants and flowers, and the color green. Read how to add the Wood Element to your home and office so you will move forward in your life and career.
Numbers in Feng Shui
The concept of numbers in Chinese Feng Shui is important because each number has a specific, symbolic meaning, and many Chinese believe that numbers have qualities that can effect human lives and daily events. Read about the most common meaning for specific numbers from 1-9.
Orange Peel Blessing Ceremony
There are all sorts of reasons that your home may need a freshening. Maybe you just had a rough argument, or a sickness, or another negative type of situation. Here are the details for the Orange Peel Blessing Ceremony, which in feng shui helps you to restore balance.
Poison Arrow Chi in Feng Shui
Poison arrow chi in Feng Shui is the negative energy that occurs when two walls or sharp edges come together and point out into a room, acting like an arrow aimed at a target. The chi around pointed edges can make the space uncomfortable or unhealthy. Read tips for fixing this condition.
Scents in Feng Shui
Scents in Feng Shui are used to encourage balance and harmony, and to trigger a specific emotional response. This article includes a description of some of the more common scents involved in making Feng Shui changes, and the most auspicious place to use them in your home or office.
The Five Elements
The Five Elements is the Feng Shui term that describe the colors, shapes, and textures around you and the attributes they bring into your life. Read how to use them to color your world and improve your life.
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