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Feng Shui - From The Beginning - Articles Surfing
Feng shui is the ancient Chinese art said to increase the flow of positive chi, (aka positive life energy), in a space.
Through increasing the levels of chi and allowing it to freely move within and around a given space, Feng Shui can help it's practitioners to reach their personal goals. For millenia, the principles of Feng Shui have been used to bring success in the relationships, in business dealings and also helping to win new friends and allies.
The literal translation of Feng Shui means "wind and water', two of nature's most powerful symbols. Feng Shui practice helps create an optimal environment for chi to flow freely and easily, just as wind or water does in nature.
Feng Shui has traditionally been practiced by experts.
It was created by a spiritual master who was first and foremost a student of nature and the spiritual realm.
More than 3 millenia ago, he created a basic set of rules meant to optimize the positive attributes of an area by increasing positive chi. His dream of making auspicious homes and workplaces which helped those living and working within to attract good luck and prosperity whilst at the same time enabling them to make the most of opportunity when it comes knocking at their door.
Eventually, Feng Shui found new followers all over the globe. Today many home-owners and business-owners consult Feng Shui experts when decorating rooms. Feng shui consultants have thousands of years of accumulated knowledge at their disposal.
An expert can transform the energy of any kind of an area.
Over time, several different schools of Feng Shui have emerged, each with its own perspective and strategies. The main schools are:
* The Compass School
* The Form School
* The Black Hat Sect
Down through the centuries, practitioners have refined the art into a mathematical science. Feng shui is much easier to apply to a space today than it used to be because there are clearer guidelines to allow even an untrained person to apply this knowledge to the home or office space.
Feng shui can help you create a feeling of balance and harmony in any space of any size. A little bit of knowledge can indeed go a very long way.
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