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Feng Shui Decorating Tips and Ideas for Home and Office

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When it comes to organizing the space in your home or office, decorating the Feng Shui way is definitely the way to go. The Feng Shui system was started more than 3,000 years ago, although there are no clear evidences when exactly it happened or how. There is a lot of mystery surrounding it. Chinese masters of the art believe that there are five things that determine one's life - fate, luck, accumulated good deeds, education, and feng shui. And yes, we can't influence external factors or gain complete control over our destiny, but still, there are things we can do to improve our chances and be able to say at the end that we did all we could, no matter what the situation is.

In order to understand the positive effects resulting from decorating the Feng Shui way, one must first grasp the idea that according to Feng Shui, the world is driven by unseen forces, and all we have to do is unblock the way for them, so that those forces can flow freely and create balance in a given space, hence a given person's life. There are five different phases through which Chi moves - earth, fire, metal, water, and wood. The earth is the Center Element, Metal is West, Wood is East, Fire is South, Water is North.

In terms of decorating the Feng Shui way, we have to emphasize on the colors that you pick to paint the walls with. Colors do have a special meaning. Feng Shui experts suggest that earth colors are good for kitchens, while pastels are more suitable for play rooms. Neutrals are perfect for bathrooms. When it comes to clothing, don’t wear red if you are nervous, or yellow if you are tired. Green is the color of growth and development. Blue can compound a possible depression even further. Brown is good if you are feeling insecure, while black is a color you want to use whenever you are in charge or have to show authority. White inspires trust.

Feng shui masters apply different methods to achieve certain goals. One of the most popular techniques is Pa Kua, which is also amongst the easiest ones to do. It utilizes a system of symbols that is associated with every aspect of our lives, so they are divided into categories such as marriage, travel, family, health, career, wealth. The Pa Kua grid is placed somewhere in the given room to show if there are any negative spaces and locate them.

What you should do first is put order into your home by clearing all the clutter, because it's an essential step of creating a harmonious energy in your home. Having a good quality air and good quality light is also a must. These two elements are essential for feng shui, so open the windows more often, and also add plants to your room and allow more natural light into your home. By using a feng shui compass, you can create an energy map of your home, so you will know which areas of your home are connected to certain areas of your life.

The Internet is filled with all kinds of "special" items for decorating the Feng Shui way, but your best bet would be to stick to the basic, profound components of this ancient art form (actually a mixture of art and science) rather than focusing on what type of item to put on your wall.

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This e-book explains the important Feng Shui elements and their application in your home, office, business and everyday life. It will teach you how to decorate every room in your house, the role of colors, and much more. When you apply these principles, you'll be able to change the energy around you and will see improvements in all aspects of life - love, family, health, wealth, prosperity, and overall wellbeing.

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