What is Feng Shui?
The Chinese word “feng” translates to mean “wind”, it represents atmosphere and field energy. “Shui” translates to mean “water”, it represents flow and change.
The philosophy of Feng Shui is about human beings connected with the environment and keep balance. It help us create a better living space with the natural world to establish harmony between human beings and the environment.
Articles you may also interested:
Feng Shui has five basic principles-eyes, ears, nose, body, mind-we use these 5 principles to decide whether the Feng Shui is good or not.
Is the room beautiful? Does it make your feel comfortable? If the room make you feel comfortable and it also beautiful in your eyes, the Feng Shui of this room is good.
Is the sound you hear pleasant? Or is it noisy? If the sound is good, Feng Shui is good; if there is noise, Feng Shui is bad. For example, the house near the highway is very noisy, and Feng Shui is usually not very good.
Actually, the biggest noise occurs in the house, that is, family discord-quarrels, which are very harmful to people, have a great obstacle to fate, and have a greater impact on the growth of children.
So the family should be in harmony, and the family members have to communicated with each other. You will have good Feng Shui when there’s no obstacles. So the Chinese ancients said that everything is prosperous for home harmony (good feng shui).
Does the room smell goof? If you can often burn incense in your home, or put fragrant flowers in your house, your living environment will smell good, and the Feng Shui will naturally be good.
If the place smells bad, the Feng Shui is usually bad also.
Look at your room and see if there’s too much stainless steel, too much glass and too many sharp things in the house? Stainless steel feels cold, and glass is cold and fragile. These things can easily harm our body, so it is not good feng shui, and there should not be too many of these things at home.
You should pay special attention to the plants at home. Broad-leaved plants should be cultivated. Coniferous plants are easy to stab the body. I once saw a few pots of cactus in a company, and asked, "What are the benefits of raising it?" They replied, "The cactus ward off evil spirits." I said, "You can ward off evil spirits as soon as you sit on it." Actually, what is the real warding off evil spirits? Right knowledge, right view, righteous thoughts! Without these, what is the use of warding off evil spirits by relying on the cactus ball?
Close your eyes and feel attentively whether a place is peaceful and comfortable. This is the perception of the magnetic field and breath of tangible accidents. For example, a room that is neatly arranged and beautifully arranged can make people feel happy and beautiful in their hearts. The Feng Shui of this house is very good. If it's messy and it makes people feel depressed and irritable at first glance, this is bad feng shui. This also reminds us that we must always pay attention to keeping the home and work environment clean and orderly. Cleanliness itself is a positive energy.
Generally speaking, Judge Feng Shui through these five aspects: eyes, ears, nose, body, and mind. That is, the six roots of Buddhism say that after removing the root of the tongue, the remaining five roots can be learned by everyone.
In all feng shui, what is the first feng shui? It is people. What is the first feng shui of man? It is the heart.
What is the second feng shui of people? It is the mouth.
What is the third feng shui of people? It is behavior.
What is the fourth feng shui of people? It is expression and image, which means that our hairstyle and clothes are also feng shui.
Therefore, the most important feng shui is to change from oneself, change oneself, change heart, various problems caused by feng shui, such as troubles and diseases will naturally disappear.
External things affect the mind, and the mind in turn affects everything. Therefore, changing Feng Shui is fundamentally changing the mind. As long as it can make the mind feel good and happy, it is good Feng Shui.