The use of colours in Feng Shui, can create the perfect living environment for encouraging harmony, creativity, success, or balance in the home. Feng Shui colours fall into two distinct and opposite categories, the Yin (cool colours) and the Yang (warm colours). Here’s the second part in our blog series on Feng Shui colour schemes.
The use of colours in Feng Shui can create the perfect living environment to encourage harmony, creativity, success, or balance in the home. Feng Shui colours fall into two distinct and opposite categories, the Yin (cool colours) and the Yang (warm colours). Together these colour sets can be used to create the perfect balance to encourage a healthy living environment in the home.
So, now that you have worked out what each room represents (i.e. Career, Love, Money), you can now work on improving those areas of your home.
Now we have de-cluttered and opened the house up to light and air (click here for our earlier post) in Part 2 of Quick Feng Shui tips, we need to look into the more specific philosophies of Feng Shui.
Feng Shui is based on an energy map of your home, this can be analyzed in two ways, through the compass school bagua or the Bagua Grid. The simplest way to do this is through the grid system.
Quite often we hear about the power of Feng Shui… some say it’s been around for 5,000 years, so surely this is an indication that it must hold some truth in it’s philosophy.
Whatever your beliefs, Feng Shui can definitely make the difference in your home, even if it’s just a case of “A change is as good as a holiday!”, as the saying goes.. So here are some simple tips that can help Feng Shui your home: