Learn About An Introduction to Feng Shui
Feng Shui (which is pronounced ‘Fung Shway’) is an ancient Chinese practice that has been around for thousands of years and which involves art and science. The practice relies on the laws of heaven and earth to help people balance their energies or ‘Chi’ within a space, help them become and stay healthy and to receive good fortune. The word ‘Feng’ means wind and ‘Shui’ means water. Local Chinese people place wind that is gentle and water that is clear in one setting to represent good health and harvest.
Feng Shui comes from the Taoist ideals in order to deal with nature. Taoism which has a strong influence in Asia, combines religious and philosophical beliefs and is also responsible for birthing yin and yang concepts. Yin and yang deal with opposite aspects of a phenomenon or the comparison of two phenomena. It represents quality with regard to correspondence, which is found in most areas of Chinese science and philosophy. An example of this would be ancient Chinese medicine.
Learning Feng Shui is not as easy as people may think as it can take several years to get the hang of it. You should always start from the beginning with the basics and then make gradual steps to the more advanced phases of Feng Shui. Here are some things you can implement to get you started.