Interior Design: Feng Shui Tips For Your Home

Most people think of Feng Shui in terms of a system of religious rituals to safeguard their property. It is that, of course, but it is also considered more than that.

Basically, Feng Shui is based on the ancient Chinese belief that the power of natural forces, called ‘chi’, can be harnessed to act favorably on any kind of property.

Proper use of its prescribed techniques, it is believed, can foster physical and spiritual well-being, success, happiness and other positive aspects of life amongst a property’s occupants. The actual name, loosely translated, means ‘Wind’ and ‘Water’ – the two elements most influential in the presence or absence of harmony.

Feng Shui practitioners undergo an intensive learning process before being able to advise others on the correct use of its techniques. However, the baseline precept is that every room of one’s home has a special significance, and therefore special guidelines.

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