Archive for the ‘Feng Shui’ Category
The Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese system of aesthetics. The word Feng Shui means wind and water. For Feng Shui in life there two energies, opposite and complementary to both: The yin and yang. Yes, the same circle we’ve seen in old kung fu movies.
These two forces work with 5 essential elements the land, water, wood, metal and fire. The idea is that the dosage of these materials, in different parts of your home, manage to create harmony in your home. That’s right: not only have the materials, but respecting certain rules in relation to the decoration.
We will give 5 important tips to take into account the time to redecorate or give a change to the decor of your home. You can go to do so gradually, but do not expect changes overnight. Everything is a process, the more you take on techniques Feng Shui, you will see more results. Read the rest of this entry »
Our present life so full of stress and lack of time requires a space where we can relax and feel the beneficial forces of nature. For years, Westerners hear about Feng Shui, the ancient technique to achieve harmony in all aspects of our lives. It comes from Taoism and Chinese may have believed about 7,000 years old.
The goal is to make people happier in their place of residence, and open the doors to the cosmic energies that are often blocked by clutter or useless clutter that stagnate the entry of this beneficial energy.
Knowledge of this technique is limited to the social elite of China, or imperial China and was transmitted orally from generation to generation. The first schools to the public are created from the ninth century in China DCSE knows that the emperors were available to people destined to put bamboo on the walls in order to lose the memory of unpleasant events they witnessed. The arrival of communism in the mid-twentieth century ended with all these traditions, but remained outside the Chinese government and the imperial class who escaped made it to Hong Kong and Taiwan, where he could prevail this ancient art of forgetting.
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