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Feng Shui and Health Science

In the Modern Feng Shui practice, there is a certain valuable Feng Shui adjustment activity that is often ignored. It is a part of personal Feng Shui adjustments, called “Lian Qi” by the ancient Chinese. Simply speaking, “Lian Qi” is a special method of adjusting our breath in order to improve our live force energy […]

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Adjusting the Qi in Your Health Fire energy controls summer, and it influences everything in the universe. Thus, this Qi energy influences health as well. According to the health science of Chinese Feng Shui, metal energy is associated with lung, wood is associated with liver, water is associated with kidney, fire is associated with heart […]

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Five Phases Chinese Feng shui describes both how nature, living environment, and human beings interrelate and how this process directly influences people’s lives.  According to Feng Shui, how you arrange your home and how you adjust your daily life activities may affect the flow of positive vital energy, called Qi, in your bodies and living/working […]

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2.    Autumn’s Qi field and Our health According to Feng Shui, the following are some characteristics of autumn’s Qi field: a.    The vital energy of autumn is metal energy b.    The characteristics of metal energy are dry, restraint and convergence c.    The Qi field of our living/working environments is influenced strongly by metal energy d.   […]

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  The purpose of all these health adjustments is to comply with change of the Qi of different seasons. When I was in a car dealer to purchase a car last week, we happened to talk about why most Chinese look younger than their actual ages, and I said that because many Chinese know how […]

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2.    Bedroom Feng Shui principles In addition to the principle of a small bedroom, there are some common Feng Shui principles that help improve your health, love and happiness: 1.    Bedrooms should be square shaped. 2.    It is better not have bathroom in your bedroom; if your bedroom has a bathroom inside, use a screen […]

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1.    Why a small bedroom is good for you According to Feng Shui, the most important places in the home in order are the front door, bedroom and kitchen.  The front door is considered as the “mouth” of the home; it is associated with active magnetic energy.  Its opposite is the bedroom, which is associated […]

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