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Feng Shui
The ancient doctrine of China

Feng Shui is an ancient art related to the law and order of the universe and the power of nature. It was first developed some 6,000 years ago. It's a system based on the elements of astronomy, astrology, geology, physics, mathematics, philosophy, psychology and intuition.

What Feng Shui is related to is all that matter a great deal to people: their environment, places, people, time and the interaction between the potential factors. Through the knowledge of Feng Shui, people are believed to be able to make themselves more compatible with nature, their surroundings and their own everyday life, so that they can make an impact on their finances, health, and emotions. Obviously, it's a theory to trigger awareness of the relations between human beings and nature. Only when the world is well-manipulated, can it be well availed of and become productive and favorable to humans.

The Chinese term 'Feng Shui' simply means 'Wind and Water.' The concept of them goes throughout the theory and its practice. The ancient Chinese believed a kind of underlying essence of force of things that tends to be dispelled at the chance of wind, while checked at the chance of water.

In ancient China, people would act in virtue of the theory in the hope of promoting prosperity, good health and relationships. Here are some ways Feng Shui is supposed to be able to help you:

Believe it or not, it is trusted by a considerable number of people. They believe they are always lucky in life by virtue of Feng Shui.

A vital term 'Qi' can't be missed if you want to take further inquiry into the theory. Qi means the energy which governs our spirit, our health, surroundings, even the physical state and the luck or the fate. Simply, it is the underlying essence of every thing. And a Feng Shui practitioner's goal is to adjust the underlying environmental force (Qi) to best suit you.


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