Feng Shui, which is a combination of the words "wind" (Feng) and "water" (Shui), is mainly an art of energy balance. Feng Shui, a Chinese culture, has a history of 5.000 years. Feng Shui is actually a technique used to transport the energy released by wind and water into the home. The keyword here is "harmony": harmony with nature, harmony with the living environment.
The main purpose of Feng Shui is to bring health, happiness, comfort, wealth, success and positive energy into human life. According to Feng Shui, every color and object has energy. The task is to use this energy properly and bring it into your life. Feng Shui is a fun way to bring a truly vibrant and powerful energy to any space.
In which office in the picture would you work more efficiently? When we look at the left picture, we see a comfortable and prominent room, and when we look at the right picture, we see a dirty and uncomfortable room. The reason for this is the life energy we call Chi. Described as the "atmosphere" in the modern world, Chi is one of the cornerstones of Feng Shui. But figuring out which energy is higher in your home or office is a bit more difficult. Let's say the picture on the right is full of bad Chi. You can see this clearly, but if the energy in your office fluctuates between good and bad, it's harder to feel it. Of course, bad energy also affects your life. It can turn a good day into a bad day and lead to an unbalanced life. With Feng Shui, you can fill your living space with good energy and make your life more positive.
There are some rules in the application of Feng Shui:
Bright, mixed-color and mirrored rooms: According to this belief, the room should be very bright. In a room with all the colors of nature, the energy of nature will be felt more. In addition, mirrors are important to ensure the clarity and spaciousness of the room.
Sound, music, bell: The room should be surrounded by different sounds of nature. Sometimes it can be a doorbell, sometimes music, sometimes a bell. The important thing is to be able to hear the sound of life in the room.
Colors: The living environment should be as colorful as nature. Vivid colors in the items chosen for the room should be intense and varied.
Plants and pets: People should keep their favorite plants and animals at home. Plants with more fragrant and colorful flowers should be preferred when choosing plants. In addition, the animal should be your favorite pet.
Swinging objects: Like birds in nature, there should be some objects on the roof of the house. These can be decorative items. These ornaments can be hung in certain places without disturbing you.
Sculpture: Sculptures are purely Chinese beliefs and are thought to symbolize not being alone.
Electronic devices: Electronic devices in the house are not rejected in Feng Shui. Instead, they are supported.
Swords made of bamboo: Bamboo is a perennial plant and symbolizes the power of the sword. As you can see, a bamboo sword will give you confidence and instill a long-term protective instinct.
Excess items: Excess items need to be removed from the house to make room for positive energy.
Feng Shui in the bedroom
We spend a third of our lives asleep, so the bedroom is one of the most important areas of Feng Shui. Attention should be paid to the decoration of the room, the bed should not be placed in front of the door. Mirrors and strong lighting should not be used as they negatively affect the sleep process.
Feng Shui in the kitchen
Unlike the bedroom, the kitchen is the place where you spend most of the day. For this reason, yellow and white colors that give positive energy should be used in the kitchen.
Feng Shui in the living room
The living room is the central part of the house. Windows must not face the front door in order for Chi energy to exist. There should be no more items in the room, the furniture should suitable for the size of the room. The best lighting for the living room is sunlight, but you can use additional lighting. You can use natural plants to cleanse the negative energy in the room.