About Feng Shui
- Do you feel more relaxed sitting in certain directions and locations of your house or work place?
- Do you feel the positive or negative effect of the atmosphere in some room or living space?
- Do you feel your home is not inviting or harmonious?
- Do you keep changing and re-arranging the furniture around your house?
- Do you have difficulties sleeping (insomnia)?
- If you want to rent or buy a place, do you want to make sure that its energy is suitable for you?
- Did you know that each one of us has different directions according to his or her Electro
- Magnetical Field (E.M.F) These directions being:
- Direction for respectability and prosperity
- Direction for romance & relationships
- Direction for good health
- Direction for peace and stability.
Feng Shui dates back to 6,000-4.000 B.C. At that time, the interest in the Feng Shui began as part of the Chinese studies on burial sites, the places where their ancestors would be laid down to rest, as they believed that the places of burial would affect the future of the entire dynasty. Later, the Feng Shui became related to the growing interest in the places or houses of the living.
During the Pharonic stage in 2,500 B.C, the tombs or the pyramids were also built according to the principles of the Feng Shui. At that time, the Pharonics depended on precise and accurate calculations to build the three pyramids we know today. The building was determined by the sites and certain geo-biological lines.
The science Feng Shui was known in China, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and India which accredited the principles of the science, with some variations with regard to some of its basic principles.
The science was revived by the United States when it decided to conduct research on the most successful economic locations. It was found out that Hong Kong, the very tiny island in terms of its area, and which has been leased to the UK for 99 consecutive years, was built by its original inhabitants (the Chinese) on the principles of the Feng Shui. Among the proofs attesting to that is the noticeable success of the banks operating there such as the HSBC. In the sixties, the United States made use specialized masters and translators on the subject, thus, commencing the dissemination of the science academically. Books on the subject began to be available in the markets in the seventies. Pronunciation; Feng Su or Fung Shwaiy, according to the pronunciation in the different areas of China (far north or south).
Meaning: the literal translation of the word Feng Shui, under the Chinese language is wind and water, which represent all that human beings need to survive. Water is the basic element of life, where in the case of humans, plants or animals. In the Holy Koran, God notes that water is the source of life. Water is seen also as the logical cause of the agglomeration taking place on the banks of rivers and oceans in the different world continents.
Nature: Feng Shui is a science, art and principles.