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A lake situated in front of the home is said to attract good luck. Ideally the lake would have clean water, full of life such as fish and frogs and plants. Where the home is situated in relationship to the compass direction has further significance. A lake to the north of the front door would be better than a lake to the south. Importantly, ensure that there is a view of the lake from the living room. Some schools of feng shui say to try not to face your home away from the lake.


Table or floor lamps can be used to stimulate Yang energy and can be placed anywhere in the home to energize an area such as on a table or in a dark corner of a room. The only thing to be wary of is the brilliance or harshness of the light emitted. A soft, warm glow is ideal.


These flowers symbolise Yang energy and profusion. White Lilies also represent good fortune enhanced by their pure healing energy. Place fresh Lilies in a vase in the West (children &family) sector or Northwest (mentors) sector of the premises.


A pair of Lions at the front door or gate symbolises protection against negative influences entering. An excellent alternative to Fu Dogs.
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It's meaning equates to having good luck and a long and healthy life. There are many symbols, which can be used to attract this energy such as the Deer, Turtle, the Peach, Bamboo and the Pine tree.

A flower symbolic garden is considered most auspicious. of good fortune and Lotus
garden is considered most auspicious.

Lotus Seeds

The seed of the lotus is an excellent symbol for attracting good luck to one's descendants. Place them in a bowl and keep them in your home.. Click here for Lotus or search for more in Quick Search...



A magnificent shrub with exquisite heavily perfumed flowers, considered to symbolize femininity and beauty. Best grown to the west side of the house or in a westerly garden.

Mala beads

They symbolise health and protection. Used in meditation and contemplation for stilling the mind. Mala beads are good for keeping negative influences away, by the wearer chanting specific mantra or prayers or affirmations. Click here for Mala beads or search for more in Quick Search...

Mandarin Ducks

The symbol of conjugal happiness as ducks mate for life. Displayed in the southwest they are said to attract luck of romance and love as long as they are kept in pairs. An ideal Feng Shui wedding gift. .. Click here for Mandarin Ducks or search for more in Quick Search...

Mayan Ball

The Mayan Ball represents the deflection of negative energy. It may be worn as a personal talisman. Hang Mayan balls from windows, which are located on either side of the front door to act as symbolism of protection from negative and weakening energy as these windows are considered to symbolise inconsistency and lack of defence (according to some schools of feng shui). They may also be hung from windows that face one another to represent minimising the loss of Chi. Always hang the Mayan ball from red cord or thread as this symbolizes good fortune. Click here for Mayan ball..


One of the Five elements of Feng Shui represented in the West and Northwest sector of the premises. The Chinese characters for metal are the same as 'gold', which is a reason why the colour of metal is regarded as being gold, silver and white. Earth produces gold therefore the elements of metal and earth combined are most auspicious. Placing an earth symbol in the metal corner of the home will symbolise the attraction of wealth and success. As fire destroys metal, bright lights or candles and the colour red should be avoided in this corner. Click here for Metal cures..


A tool frequently used in Feng Shui in a variety of ways. Their reflective quality can change the appearance or shape of a room. Mirrors can be used to cure a square or misplaced column as well as curing missing corners. If you place a large mirror in the dining room as to double the food offering, you will also be implying abundance of the families' wealth and health. This doubling effect is also used by the cash register to improve turnover. One of its most popular uses is to reflect Sha (negative energy) or killing breath caused by poison or secret arrows in and around the home or workplace.
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Check your environment for poison arrows, stagnant or polluted Chi areas, but be careful not to discount the possibility of poor decision-making. It would be unwise to blame all misfortune on bad Feng Shui. Lets face it, no one is perfect.

Money Cats

Cats symbolise protection against evil spirits as they are able to see in the dark and frighten away spirits that have bad intentions. You may display the symbol of the cat in your wealth sector, Southeast, or in your Inner Knowledge sector, Northeast.
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Money Frogs

The money frog is considered to be conducive to good fortune and wealth building. The Chinese consider the Money Frog a mystical heritage in their way of life as it attracts prosperity. Place the Money frog in the workplace near the cash register or money tin/safe or where ever money transactions are made as it represents positive flow of wealth and money luck. In the home place the Money Frog near the main entrance, in the North (Career sector) or in the Southeast (wealth sector) for symbolism of prosperity.
Some say it is best to have the rear facing the front door representing wealth entering yet others say it is best to have the head facing the front door representing welcoming wealth in. Please follow your own judgement, I personally have the face facing the front door.
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Luck Symbols used to attract this energy are coins, animals carrying coins, and wealth deities. Best displayed in the southeast corner of the home. Luscious plants or a water feature are also well placed here.

Money Tree

This is a Feng Shui cure. You can make your own money tree in two ways. The first is to tie nine I Ching coins with a red ribbon, place them inside a lucky red envelope and bury it in the soil of a healthy plant (ideally a Jade plant). The second way is to tie three I Ching coins with a red ribbon and place them under a pot plant. This symbolises growth in your finances.
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Moon Gate

A circular entrance symbolic of the earth element or gold. It represents an auspicious balance of Yin and Yang. Also seen as a half moon shaped bridge which when reflected in the water symbolises a Moon Gate.

Mother Earth

The trigram Kun (three broken lines) represented in the southwest sector and Yin energy. A globe or a world map are good ways of symbolising Mother Earth in this sector. When displayed this symbol is said to enhance love luck and relationships.
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A symbol of strength and endurance and the home of the Green Dragon. Represented with pictures or artwork you may display this symbol behind you for symbolism of support and stability and protection. Place in your home office or wealth sector (southeast)
of the home or workplace.


Negative Energy

Negative energy can have different meanings in science, emotional, spiritual and physiological scenarios. Basically it means that if there is decay that it minimises the life force which is considered positive energy. Negative energy can come from
stress, violence, stagnation, deceit, self abuse and anything that restricts the potential of further growth and enrichment.


A manifestation of, and a way to stimulating loud Yang energy. The Chinese New Year has always been associated with the lighting of firecrackers. This force of Yang energy is used to scare away any lingering evil spirits from the previous year. In Feng Shui simply displaying firecrackers (even fakes) is considered sufficient to stimulate this vital Yang energy. Noise such as drums and ringing bells are used as instruments for clearing home etc.


NorthRepresented by the Tortoise and the Water element. The north part of the home may be energized with water or a water symbol to keep the energies of the elements in harmony.


NorthRepresented by the Tortoise and the Water element. The north part of the home may be energized with water or a water symbol to keep the energies of the elements in harmony.



The colour and the fruit symbolise wealth. A good colour to use in the home office or business. Also placing of a bowl of oranges in area's like the Board Room or sales department of your business.


Symbolic of strength and courage they are a long lasting flower that brings good Chi and therefore promote a long stay in your career.


Owls have been worshipped and feared throughout the society and culture of human history. In ancient Greece, Athena the Goddess of night, war, wisdom and liberal arts was symbolised by the Owl. The Owl was a powerful force that represented good. Athena carried a shield with the Owl upon it. In Hungary and Egypt the Owl was a symbol of death. Buddhists believe the Owl to be an enemy of ignorance and comfortable with its own company and familiar with meditation. Ancient cultures believed the Owl to protect against evil spirits and protect against health problems. Owl charms were associated with bravery, wisdom and creativity. You may place the owl in a study or centre of the home.


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Also used as a substitute for the Red Phoenix the Peacock is is a symbol of dignity and beauty.


5 pointed star (Also known as pentalpha or pentangle) The word pentagram comes from the Greek word pentagrammon, meaning 5 lines. The Greek philosopher Pythagoras believed that each of the five points of the Pentagram represent one of the five elements that make up mankind: fire, water, air, earth and psyche. In geometry, it is also connected to the Golden Ratio. As far back as 3000BC (Mesopotamia), many cultures have used the Pentagram to symbolise a wide variety of meanings, linking heaven,
earth and humanity. Like the swastika (which in its original form meant good luck), the Pentagram also has acquired conflicting views. The Pentagram appears on the Ethiopian and Moroccan flag and is symbolised in Da Vinci’s art


A flower symbolic of good luck in romance. Best displayed in the living room but according to some schools of feng shui, considered inauspicious if placed in the bedroom.


Represented in the south it is the bringer of great opportunity, it is the mate of the Celestial Dragon. Together the Phoenix and the Celestial Dragon symbolize conjugal happiness. Placed in the southwest to activate marriage luck. The Phoenix without the Celestial Dragon is also well displayed in the south sector of the office or study to promote new opportunities, success and prosperity.


According to some schools of feng shui pillars and columns have the potential to disrupt good Feng Shui by their placement. In the center of the home or a room they act as a symbol of a knife piercing the heart (because the center of the home represents the
center of the body). In direct alignment of a doorway they are believed to be auspicious. Square shaped pillars are considered to be not as good as round ones. Placing a large plant in front of them to hide the edges or wrapping them with a mirrored surface will
lessen the harmful influences.


Mythical Creature of Purity, Abundance and Protection. This wondrous looking creature is said to represent protection and abundance. One of the stories about the ancient Pi-Xiu is that it never loses what it ingests therefore always increasing in abundance. It is similar to the unicorn as it symbolises purity, integrity and universal peace.


Excellent for the east or southeast sector of your home or office as they suggest the growth of the wood element. Keep them healthy to benefit from them. Sick or dying plants should be discarded promptly.

Poison Arrows

Also known as Secret arrows. These are harmful, hostile structures they send Sha toward the home. Depicted by crosses or sharp angles directed at doorways or along pathways leading to doors. They also take shape in the poor alignment of furniture or
walls. They can be defected with mirrors or their pathways obstructed with large plants. Altering the position of a doorway is another method but obviously more difficult.


Any display of the Pomegranate in the bedroom is said to enhance the chances of having many healthy, prosperous children.


A water feature such as a pond, especially if it contains fish or frogs are considered extremely auspicious. Best suited to placement in the north, east and southeast, they will produce very healthy Chi provided the water is kept fresh and clean.

Prayer Flags

(Tibetan)Prayer flags come in various designs and colours. The traditional colours are of the five elements or the five Buddha families also known as the Dhayani Buddhas. These are Blue, White, Red, Green and Yellow. The traditional Prayer Flags are an ancient design. The text is made up of prayers and mantras. Prayer flags can be hung across the front of buildings, around trees, from post to post or from corners of buildings to the ground. As the prayer flags are shredded by the wind, the prayers dissipate and rise to heaven. It is not required to change them when they are torn or faded away. Prayer flags are also hung indoors to add to the spiritual ambience. Click here for prayer flags

Precious Gourd

The Precious Gourd is an ancient Chinese symbol of Longevity, protection from evil and negative energy and is used to attract good fortune. The Precious Gourd is also the emblem for the figure 8, which holds a lot of power in Feng Shui and Chinese Symbolism. The number 8 is also symbolised by the eight sides of the Bagwa, used extensively in Feng Shui. The Precious Gourd is linked closely to the Eight Immortals of Chinese history, specifically Li T`ieh-kuai, who has the appearance of a beggar, and was a master magician. The gourd he is holding represents the power he had attained to set the spirit free of his physical body. The Precious Gourd is a wonderful talisman to take for protection on a journey. Hang the Precious Gourd from doors, windows, at the head of your bed, above the office desk and can be hung inside a vehicle. .

Pumpkin Sweet

The sweet pumpkin symbolise's abundance and great prosperity. It also symbolise's fertility and many generations of loving children and grandchildren to carry on the family name. Perhaps because of its golden colour and the manner in which it grows-spreading over great areas and producing abundant food.


A very auspicious colour considered very lucky when combined with silver or chrome.


Quartz Crystal

Representing the earth element, crystals are suitable for the southwest and northwest sectors. They are considered to symbolise bringing good luck to education, romance and social interaction. Beauty, colour and reflection of light are their most obvious benefits and this aids positive representation.

Quan Yin

Helps to beautify your home and to represent balance. She is the ancient Chinese goddess of compassion, fertility, and child protection. Excellent for representing enhancement of love in the home and can go anywhere in ones home. Please show respect to the values she represents by not placing in the toilet or laundry areas. Click here for Quan Yin



Representing the wood element and thus symbolising growth.


The most auspicious colour and the ultimate colour for promoting Yang energy. It strengthens and energizes wherever it appears and it representative of the fire element. However if fire gets out of control it will burn, so use this colour wisely. For example, excess red in a room will minimise a calming effect and may maximise mood imbalance. Break it up by placing pastel and softer colours around a room, so creating a balance. Click here for some red products


Some schools of feng shui believe it is best to not place a refrigerator (water element) beside a stove (fire element) as the two elements clash and destroy the balance. The same applies to the dishwasher and sink. Both being water elements. You may place something that represents earth between them such as a pottery vase, or a colour that represents earth such as green or brown.


Durability, Fertility and Protection. In Indian classics the great god Vishnu rode on the back of a Rhinoceros. In Africa lore, the Rhinoceros is a symbol of virility and vigor. It is personified as a spirited warrior endowed with an abundance of strength and tenacity. In Yemen, dagger handles were fashioned from the horn of the Black Rhino to enhance a warrior’s strength and power in battle. In Feng Shui a statue of a double horned Rhino is used at the entrance of homes to represent warding off evil and trouble.


Some schools of feng shui believe that a slow moving river is considered most auspicious and if possible to have your house facing it. Ideally if your door faces one of the four cardinal directions (north, east, south or west), the river should flow from the left to right side of your door as you look upon the river. If your door faces a secondary direction (the points between), the river should flow from right to left.


symbol of endurance and represented by the earth element, rocks placed in the northeast or southwest are energizers of luck. Some schools of feng shui believe that to tie a rock with a red ribbon or thread and placing them in the bathroom or toilet will represent minimising the effects of polluted Chi.


By energizing the southwest sector of the living room or bedroom is said to bring good luck in romance and love. Try using a pair of Mandarin Ducks, crystals and double happiness symbols to this effect.
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In some schools of feng shui symbolically water above a mountain brings ill fortune; it is therefore advised to avoid blue coloured rooftops, water fountains, ponds or swimming pools on rooftops.


Sailing Ships

A sailing ship is said to symbolize prosperity and was initiated in the old trading days in Asia. The ship was said to represent the arrival of good fortune as on board there was always gold and money. Most businesses used this symbol as a logo to bring their trade money luck and to state that their 'luck had finally arrived'. The sailing ship embodies wood, water and wind elements which when combined it is said to be most auspicious as they represent health and prosperity. Place a model or a picture of a sailing ship in the foyer of the home or workplace, facing inwardly, with a few small pieces of gold on the deck to strengthen this great symbol of good fortune.


Each has its corresponding element. Autumn is metal, Winter is water, Spring is wood and Summer is fire. The fifth element Earth is for the period between seasons.


According to some schools of feng shui sculptures made of stone; marble, granite or ceramics should be placed in the Earth sector of the garden (northeast and southwest). Sculptures made of metal are best placed in the west or northwest. Sharp angles and points form poison arrows so be careful what you choose to bring into your garden. Sculptures in certain shapes and colours can also benefit you such as placing a:1-Round or ball shaped, white, gold or silver in the Northwest or West sector(to energize metal),2-Square or block shaped, brown or yellow in the Southwest or Northeast (to energize earth), 3-Pyramid or triangular shaped, red orange, pink or purple in the South,(to energize fire),4-Rod or beam like shaped, green or brown in the Southeast and East(to energize wood),5-Wavy shaped, blue or black in the North(and to energize water).


In feng shui Sha Chi, also spelt Shar Chi is the Killing Breath or negative energy. This disruptive Chi said by some schools of feng shui to be caused by sharp angles and hostile structures. You can learn how to identify it and guard against it. Deflect it with mirrors, crystals, and by placing large plants or trees in its path to slow down or absorb the sha chi directed at you and your home or workplace


Levels of light should be treated with their correlation to Yin and Yang energy. A balance is required with both. Too much shade in the garden will provide excessive Yin energy. As in the home excessive light can create too much Yang energy. Creating a balanced yin and yang dynamics will benefit the growth of the occupants, which may affect in particularly, their health. For example if a bedroom allows too much natural sun light to enter at the crack of dawn the occupants may suffer from restless sleep during the vital sleep hours of the morning which in turn may cause stress, anxiety and ethargy. Not enough light in the lounge area or a wealth area of the premises may affect the careers of the occupants as this thrives on movement, light and yang energy. In turn this may cause money loss or decline in the business aspect of the occupants.

Swimming Pool

According to some schools of feng shui, water attracts wealth chi to premises, and large bodies of water are even more auspicious. Make sure that the swimming pool water is kept clean from anything that causes the water to become polluted and foul-smelling. If left to pollute water is an element that can attract sha chi (negative energy) at an increasing fast pace, so be alert. Gentle sounds of water can be beneficial to the family's wealth status, and people or even children swimming in water can symbolise increasing your luck by bringing a positive affect to the family's health.


Tai Chi

A form of exercise of slow and precise movements designed to energize the flow of Chi through the body. Originating in China and spreading worldwide.
Tai Chi is al;so used in Feng Shui to detremine the heart or centre of the hime.


A wonderful addition to flutes to boost the effectiveness of their cures. Red tassels represent protection, strengthening and activation of the flutes' chi' power. Tassels can also be placed to tie back curtains such as:Red, orange, pink or purple in the South,Yellow or brown in the Southwest and Northeast,Green and brown in the Southeast and East, Blue and black in the North, and white, gold or silver in the West and Northwest. Click here for tassels

Temple Lion

Temple Lions statues appeared in China with the coming of Buddhism.They symbolise defence and protection and are often seen guarding entrances and gateways to buildings.The Lion is the symbol of majestic strength, great courage and strength of character. When a Temple Lion is seen playing with a ball it is to signify the moon pearl which symbolises blessings and protection against evil, and the ball also represents the sun,which is Yang. The mother Lion plays with a tiny cub, representing maternal love and protection.


Some schools of feng shui consider plants carrying thorns such as the rose and cactus should not live indoors due the 'poison arrows' they direct at you. The cut flower of the rose is desirable if the thorns are removed. These schools of feng shui also recommend that in the garden, thorny plants should not be abundant and one is advised to keep them back from the house and away from entrances.

Judgment, Skill and Protector of Souls.
Tigers are solitary creatures, living alone until it is time to breed.
In ancient times the Tiger obtained the imagery of a supernatural power and also as the mount for Durga, the “Inaccessible One” who rode the Tiger into battle. Stone Tigers are often used seen protecting graves and doorways. In Japan, the Tiger was said to live a thousand years and was adopted as an emblem of the warrior class. Tigers are often identified with masterful spirits of Shamanism. Traces of this culture still exist to this day.White Tiger One of the Celestial Animals of the west that compliments the Green Dragon. The Tiger is a symbol of protection and due to its ferocity, should be kept outside the home. Pictures of Tigers should be placed carefully, consult a qualified Feng Shui consultant for more information. The Tiger should be kept under control and not allowed to dominate the Green Dragon. Click here for tigers

Important to consider around the home or business as its movement is likened to that of a river (See 'rivers' for placement) Traffic rushing past is like a raging river with producing Sha Chi. Traffic jams however are like stagnant water also producing Sha chi. A slow steady flow of traffic is similar to the slow steady stream. Traffic lights, roundabout's, and road humps act to slow the flow while not impeding the moving vehicles. Noise pollution caused by a lot of traffic can also produce bad energy that may affect the occupants sleep or relaxation time by affecting their health. If the noise is too great place heavy drapes on the windows or roller shutters outside the windows to absorb most of this hazardous


The shape of the fire element. Some schools of feng shui consider the points of a triangle to act as poison arrows and care should be taken to ensure they are not directed at doorways. However a triangle is also a symbol of protection and can be placed in the south in the colour red, orange, pink or purple.


The Trigrams were formed by the combination of Yin (a broken line), and Yang (an unbroken line) to create a type of formula or guide that determines that type of energies, good or bad, which helps us better understand them.


The turtle is considered most auspicious and the purveyors of good fortune and wealth. Good wherever you want to create prosperity. Alternatively place a black tortoise in the careers sector, North, of the premises to activate or bring luck to this aspect of your life. Click here for turtle


Some schools of feng shui consider vases, urns and other pottery/clay pots to be fantastic earth cures that symbolise enhancing your romance in the Southwest and your knowledge or study luck in the Northeast. They are great for enclosing and defusing bad or stagnant energy as the chi enters it get is immediately trapped at the bottom of the pot making the chi less harmful. If you want to place some flowers in a clear glass vase as an earth cure, remember they are lesser earth than solid ones so they cancel themselves out as an earth cure. Click here for Vase

Obviously associated with the water element and symbolic of wealth and prosperity. Water features placed in the north of your home and garden are the most auspicious, with the southeast and southwest being secondary locations. Water should be treated with respect, as excessive or poorly placed water can prove harmful. Stagnant or polluted water should also be avoided as it will, obviously, produce stagnant and polluted chi. Some schools of feng shui consider a water fountain is an excellent wealth cure. The circulating movement of the water keeps it from getting dirty too quickly and the sounds of moving water symbolises attracting prosperity luck into the building and keeping it there. Water Dragon An aspect of the Feng Shui Compass School formula dealing with the correct flow and direction of water, finding the appropriate cures and keeping the chi there 'happy'.

Water Lillies
Considered most auspicious in Feng Shui and an excellent substitute for the Lotus as it symbolizes purity. Keep them in your Northerly sector of the garden.

A waterfall in the north sector of your property is considered to bring good luck and fortune. It should be kept in proportion to the home and the flow should not be excessive.
Producing a soft rhythmic sound from a steady flow is preferred to a fast gushing din.

Wavy Lines
Wherever present they are symbolic of the water element and should be placed in the North sector of the home or workplace. These can be applied to sculptures or paintings.


Represented by the metal element. When this sector is energized it will bring good fortune to your children. Placing bells, metal ornaments or white objects (Consider painting these walls white) are effective ways of achieving this goal. Western Sunlight from the west has intense Yang energy and should be softened or broken up with the use of crystals. This will create rainbows of light and reestablish the balance.


A shade that is easy to remember as it's symbol transcends many cultures and religions. It is the symbol for Purity. As white being the colour of metal, use it in the West, to enhance your children's luck, and in the Northwest , to enhance good influences from mentors.


According to some schools of feng shui the soft tinkling sound of windchimes is said to attract Sheng Chi (positive energy) and dispel Sha Chi (negative energy). Depending on the material of what the chime is made out of, will determine where the windchime may be positioned. Metal chimes can be placed in the west and southwest (Metal element). Bamboo or other wooden chimes can be placed in the east or southeast. Ceramic chimes can be hung in the southwest or northeast. Glass chimes can be placed at the front entrance and center of the home, and near windows. Chimes that are used to enhance a certain area should use the following number of rods:2 in the Southwest, 3 in the East, 4 in the Southeast, 6 in the Northwest, 7 in the West, 8 in the Northeast and 9 in the South. For
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A strong element said to have helped carve the landscape. Protect your home against excessive wind or killing breath. Planting large trees to block excessive wind will help to calm the Sha Chi. Beach front and hilltop properties are at the mercy of the element,
so take great care in designing or positioning your home in these area¹s.


According to some schools of feng shui, the number of windows in the home should be proportional to the number of doors by a factor of 3:1. A window directly opposite an entrance door is said to represent Chi flying out of the house again without reaping its benefits. This is said to make it difficult to save money also.

One of the five elements represented by the east and southeast. It symbolizes growth and is of colour green and brown, as well as being rectangular in shape.


The Wu Lu or Precious Gourd, holds much symbolism within China. One story is of young women going to pick melons in autumn in the belief this will bless their marriage with healthy
offspring. Thus it is linked with Longevity. It is the symbol of mystery and magic. The Wu Lu was often used to hold magic potions. It is often used as a talisman to ward off evil. They are believed to symbolize Protection, Success , Fertility and Longevity.
Yang energy is the life-half of the Yin-Yang concept. It is represented by bright or lightness, activity or movement, it is something strong and rigid and also represented by daytime. Yang is also of Male energy and it is a vital ingredient in producing good Feng Shui. It should always be balanced with similarly opposite levels of Yin energy.


The colour yellow symbolizes purity. In feng shui, yellow is one of the colours of the Earth element, place yellow in the following sectors of the home or workplace. Southwest, to symbolise healthy romance and relationships, and Northeast, for knowledge and study. Yellow is said to stimulate intellect so you may wear yellow on situations where great knowledge may be required of you, such as when studying for exams, business meetings, etc.


Yin energy is the passive-half of the Yin-Yang concept. Symbolized by darkness, is flexible, weak and stationery energy, is silent and is of Female qualities. And it is a vital ingredient in
producing good Feng Shui. Similar levels of Yang energy should be oppositely present in the home as one compliment the other and thus a creation for a complete harmonious cycle in our premises or in our lives.


Zen monasteries in Japan have beautiful gardens which were initially created for contemplation and inspiration that assisted the monk's path to spiritual insight. It was not used for meditation though as the garden was too bright and distracting. Meditation was
done indoors in a semi-dark meditation hall, or Zendo, preferably sitting on the floor and facing a wall away from any sensory interruptions. The monks did not keep the gardens just for the 'art of gardening' but to keep in close contact with the earth by turning
the soil to cleanse it and nourish it by watering it daily. A Zen garden includes white raked sand areas, large islands of upright stones, plants and shrubs. Keeping a Zen garden requires a lot of dedication in maintaining it and by doing so this type of garden will benefit you both physically and spiritually.

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