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Feng Shui White Color

September 24th, 2009 . by admin

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White is deemed as having uttermost wholeness among all colors. It is almost immaculate and absolute. In spite of that, in some cultures, like in China and for ages in Europe, white signified sorrow and the end of life. It is still conceived that demise comes before existence or that existence is a component of that after life and in a manner, every birth is a resurrection.

Because of the fact that white holds favorable connotations, it is incorporated in inaugural commemorations. White means purity and honor, everlasting enlightenment, complete veracity, triumph, the absolute metamorphosis and long lasting dignity. Several people hold the view that white represents entirety and soundness, the paragon, and elegance. Similar to that in the West, perfect white is related to purity and celibacy.

White offsets the effects of all other colors and is immaculate. While selecting white color can suggest an indecisive individual, it can also mean the availability of all prospects.

In feng shui, white is the color designated the west, towards the feng shui element Metal, and illustrates autumn and dusk, and is also emblem of decline.

Feng Shui Orange Color

September 17th, 2009 . by admin

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From the combination of the colors yellow and red comes the birth of orange, a fun but lesser powerful color. Orange is a colour which encourages creative thinking in a thrilling and innovative manner. Though not quite as sizzling as the colour red, it still reminds one of bonfires at camps or bright fires set up at fireplaces to warm households. It is also a friendly colour which spells joy and great companionship.

Orange has many adjectives linked to it as well. For instance: mature, wholesome, energetic, affectionate, dry, comfortable, autumnal, outgoing, youthful, fresh, dazzling. The intensity of the color orange determines whether it is a Feng Shui element Fire or Earth.

Feng Shui Pink Color

September 10th, 2009 . by admin

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The colour Pink is the colour that depicts femininity, gentleness, loveliness and togetherness. Being a milder shade of red combined with the colour white, pink blends together both male and female energies. It also signifies innocence, the blossoming of youthful love and the pursuit of love in general. In the country of China, pink is a much-sought after colour for bedrooms due to the notion that it sustains a blissful matrimonial lifestyle. As it is allocated to the feng shui element Earth, the colour pink is suitable with the colour brown as well.

Feng Shui Red Color

September 3rd, 2009 . by admin

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Red is an alluring color and is one of the first colors brought up in virtually all languages. Fire and blood are both things on which the typology of the color red is built upon. Red is captivating and implies sovereignty, strength, control, and victory. One is reminded of the color red when filled with feelings such as resentment, love and animosity.

Red is apparently the most powerful color, one that appeals to all for which it is utilized. Being a manful color, it is in contrast with the docile, mild blue and the pure white.

Red was the color of admirals and the privileged class in olden Rome. Bryzantine emperors were particularly dressed in red clothing, illustrating sovereignty and affluence. The idea that red was the color of life that would ward off ill powers was held in China, and consequently, it was employed for safeguarding purposes.

In ancient burial sites in China, archeologists discovered cinnabar and red chalk present in coffins, for the reason of believing that because of this present, they would stay amiable with the dead. Red is the color of the bride, signifying life, fortune and happiness. In addition, red is an important color on the Chinese stage. The actor whose face is colored red stands for a sacred person, and one among the three house gods, who is dressed in a red robe, is the prospering and superior god.

Red and green are characteristic colors in Chinese paintings in which both represent life and energy. They carry restorative and serene connotations because to be healed or remain in good shape, calmness and peace of mind are essential.

In feng shui, the color red is designated the south and the element Fire. It illustrates the hot season of the year and midday, and is also an epitome of springtime of life.

Feng Shui Green Color

August 27th, 2009 . by admin

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Green lies at some place between red and blue, the color of sky. It moderates, promotes a peace of mind and is rejuvenating. The green shades of springtime stimulate faith and the attainment of ambitions. Green provokes the power to create in the one’s mind, encourages emotional understanding of others’ feelings and uplifts the spirit.

Folk story has it that green gives faith and life. It not only activates the intense desire to discover and the mental acquisitiveness because it is the origin of energy, it also alleviates the nervous system, reduces high blood pressure, reinforces personal determination and adds on to serenity and social agreement. Several different shades of green are available, and it is favorable for rooms that should be peaceful. Green is beneficial in encouraging enterprises that engage both the mind and the intellect. Neutral green colors bring recreation, growths, grassy fields and regain of one’s health to the mind.

In feng shui, green is designated the east, the element Wood, springtime, and dawn, and it signifies development and progress.

Feng Shui Brown Color

August 20th, 2009 . by admin

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From light yellow to dark earth brown, the variety of shades the color brown can form is incredibly amazing and never fails to remind us of the earth. It also indicates the positive connections it shares with our planet Earth and represents the season of fall and emotions of sorrow.
During the period of the birth of Catholicism, the color brown had symbolized humbleness, humility as well as  lack of wealth and possessions, thus the color inherits certain mendicant rules. For the color brown, the shade does not determine which element it belongs to, for all shades of brown belong to the element Earth.

Feng Shui Blue Color

August 13th, 2009 . by admin

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Blue, being one of the most intense and the least sensual colors, is the medium of veracity, the color of clear, condensed dry air, the color of crystals and diamonds. It is also the color of the sky. Blue illustrates immateriality, social agreement, companionship, concern, hope, optimism, caution and empathy.

Blue is the color that is most lacking in warmth and emotion. It is manifested in the dusk of light. Vincent van Gogh colored trees blue when they appeared in the shadows. Blue gleam is evident in ice and snow in the presence of sunlight, and skin apparently becomes blue when exposed to coldness. Blue is not comforting, soft and warmth.

In the fight between heaven and earth, blue and white contended with red and green, which is depicted in the drawing in which St. George is combating with the dragon. In addition, Mother Mary was clothed in a blue colored coat.

Symbolizing the capability of the mind and spiritual awareness, blue signifies the favorable aspect of creativity and idealistic thoughts.

Historically, indigo blue was the primary color of clothing for the common people in the East.

Light blue tones are the most viable choice for coating walls, because they connote a feeling of being spacious and airy. Dark blue repulses the residents of the house and make them too disconnected.
In feng shui, similar to black, the color blue is designated the north, the element of Water, and represents the dark hours and the cold season of the year.

Feng Shui Black Color

August 6th, 2009 . by admin

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On the whole, black is the color that stands for the end of life, destruction, darkness, the after hours and great respect. As opposed to the anguish of white associated with grief, black symbolizes anguish with despair. Black alludes to slipping into emptiness irreversibly. In addition, black is deemed as giving up being egotistical, self-complacent and materialistic, and staying modest. The view that black brings us face to face with our own character is held by some people.

The first emperor of China overthrew the red Chou Dynasty. Thereafter, he settled upon black as the color for his dynasty. As stated by the control cycle of the five feng shui elements, the color black (Water) puts out the color red (Fire). It was not, until a hundred years later, that the color epitomizing a dynasty was reverted to red.

In feng shui, black is designated north, towards the feng shui element Water, and represents the cold season of the year, the after dark, affluence and prosperity.

Metal Bells

June 25th, 2009 . by admin

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In different cultures, the bell has different uses and meanings. It can be used as a musical instrument, or as objects used in rites and rituals. The call of the bell can serve to gather people or to summon the mystical. Because of its ability to call upon the supernatural, the bell has become symbolic for cults in various cultures.

A pole or wooden clapper is used to strike the bell in East Asia. Depending on the sound produced in the process when the bell is struck, it may mean good or ominous news. Bell, when pronounced in Mandarin is a favourite for playing word games because it sounds identical to "success" or "to pass a test".
The feng shui element, Metal, is assigned to the bell for its shape, the sound it makes and the material it is made of. In the field of meditation, the bell can also symbolize both clarity and composure.

China Metal Coins

June 17th, 2009 . by admin

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Utilization of metal coins in China has been around since the 7th century BC. In China , coins are believed to deliver good luck, and this is similar to the ideas in several other cultures as well. Ancient coins that originated in China had a squared opening at the central portion. This allowed the energy of the earth (yin) to flow through. As for the energy of the heavens (yang), it is associated with the circular form of the coins.
Various symbols and marks are evident on the exterior of unique lucky coins. Nine coins strung on a string symbolize continuous good luck, while a bat signifies "Good luck is directly before your eyes." Good luck coins were usually carried to bring about safety or good luck. In addition, during marital rites, the bride and groom were showered with these coins and the bride had to receive them with her skirt. Messages such as LONGEVITY, PROSPERITY, GREAT RESPECT or MAY YOU AGE IN HARMONY were engraved on these nuptial coins.
Coins are good-luck pieces or safety amulets in feng shui too. Many coins, in quantities of three, five or nine, are thread on two red silk ribbons, in which the red color symbolizes happiness. The squared openings at the central portion of the coins allow the ribbons to be made to go through, which are then connected together to create a good luck ribbon. This good luck ribbon is suspended near the doorway to draw good luck and safeguard against danger and disaster.

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