Get to know Feng Shui basics and the Feng Shui Bagua map as we introduce the most importants essentials and basics of Feng Shui.
Today I feel I need to try something new. And looking about my room as I type this I’m made aware that my new activity should involve cleaning, design and organisation, as the space around me looks as though it were hit by a bomb. My new activity should also involve a lot of relaxation (lordie I could use some of that!) and productivity. So, what better subject to look at today than Feng Shui basics and the Feng Shui Bagua map.
Feng Shui Basics: Chi, Elements & Feng Shui Bagua Map
Feng Shui basics are all about energy and flow, about balance and harmony in the home, office or other area. Feng Shui’s central concept is the idea of balancing “chi,” the world’s universal energy. Feng Shui is about designing our living spaces to maximise the flow of this central, universal energy, which is said to help us relax and to live health, productive lives.
Literally translated as “Wind” and “Water”, Feng Shui works on the assumption that, like its two titular elemental forces, all of life is driven by energy that flows and which can be blocked or allowed to flow more freely dependant on the layout and design of objects, buildings and space. In Feng Shui, people are seen as being connected to the spaces they live in, and so by creating peace, flow and harmony in our living space we will achieve those things in ourselves too.
This time around, we’ll be looking at the basics of Feng Shui and the Feng Shui Bagua map to get a good understanding of how Feng Shui works before we move on to Feng Shui for home and work spaces.
Feng Shui Basics:Chi, Elements & Feng Shui Bagua Map