Feng means wind and shui means water. It is a system based on the elements of astronomy, astrology, geology, physics, mathematics, philosophy, psychology and intuition. In Chinese culture, wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means misfortune. In ancient China, feng shui was considered a highly guarded secret of the Chinese Imperial Court. All feng shui masters were forbidden to release their powerful knowledge to outsiders. Chinese emperors even consult their feng shui masters as to which direction they should be seated. Today, developed countries like China, Singapore, Hongkong, Malaysia, etc. are strictly practicing feng shui in building the structures, establishments and residences. They always consult a feng shui expert for advice. The ancient Chinese were already aware of the existence of the life or natural forces which is called “氣 [qi]”. They believe that this “qi” or chi flows around us and influences the prosperity and harmony of the human lives. By manipulating this energy, we can enhance our career, relationship, health and even our business.
This is what feng shui is all about – an ancient art and science which deals with the placement of buildings or other objects to accentuate the auspicious positive energies and to minimize those which are negative. This knowledge has been shaped through several centuries, but its principles are still relevant today.
In summary, feng which means wind is the direction, while the shui means water symbolizes wealth. It means the proper direction wherein to enhance the wealth in our living space.
We can’t control the heaven luck, we are born with it. It controls 40 percent of our life(These are your talents, health, and family backgrounds)
is when you exercise your free will. It controls 25 percent of your life. Your success is even more defined if your heaven luck is in favor(Education, perseverance, and beliefs)
Controls 35 percent of your life. Feng shui can enhance. Augment and Trigger the earth luck( These are external and internal influences that surround your environment where your house is located.)
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