Monday, October 20, 2008
Saturday, November 24, 2007
This is also not a direct Feng Shui garden. It’s also good Feng Shui to know before you choose the house.
There are two ideal factors for excellent Feng Shui. Your house should be “behind the water and in front of the mountain.”
The mountain, or big trees/ small hills nowadays, implies that you have a big and strong support. People in the house feel safe and comfortable. Nothing can attack them from the back.
Water in front of the house means moving water. In Feng Shui, water flowing represents a flow of energy. It is very auspicious to have stream, clean canal in front of the house to have energy flow around your house.
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Sunday, November 18, 2007
Road to home
-- If you live far away from your office you may have to drive a long way to the office everyday. So, the road type or condition to your home has a great impact to your life and character.
When you buy a house, don't forget to conider the road or transportation to your home. It should not be too narrow becaue you will feel insecure. The surface condition should be smooth and should not have too many turns.
Tree along two ide of the road are very nice but it should not block your driving view.
This concern is not directly a Feng Shui Garden but it is an interesting point to concern for your house as well.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
What types of tree are good for your Feng Shui Garden
Pine Tree is a symbol of strength and Prosperity
-- Pine tree is a tough tree. It is not give up with strong winds or cold weather. If you can have pine tree in your garden or around your house it means you are tough and never give up.You are ready to fight for your life.
Bamboo tree is a symbol of happiness and peacefulness
-- Bamboo tree is wellknown in Chiness "Feng Shui Garden." It is a symbol of happiness and peacefulness. You can see them in many Chinese ancient movies that powerful people have bamboo tree in theie garden.
However, willow/sallow is not an auspicious plant for good Feng Shui Garden
-- Even though willow is beautiful and can make your garden loks classical. It is not recommended to grow in the house. It points to the ground implying unhappiness and unluckiness. The house members can feel depress all the time.
Monday, June 18, 2007
Feng Shui Garden
Feng Shui Garden : Do and Don't for your Good Life
Garden or landscape area is usually the first the visitors or you will see. They are very important in the Feng Shui principles. Luxury does not mean auspicious but balance does. The following is the good tips for your good Feng Shui Garden.
Feng Shui Garden : Do
- Front faces water. Back leans on mountain : The best auspicious Feng Shui
- The best swimming pool shape is the "bean shape" which the inner side is turn to the house.
- Flower at the windows will raise the energy of the house.
- The size of swimming pool should be balanced with the house.
- Artificial plants/flowers are also fine for limited spaces.
Feng Shui Garden : Don't
- Don't have the sharp edge of swimming pool points to your house.
- If no way to turn the sharp edge to other direction. Have bushy plants at each edge.
- Do not grow huge or heavy plants on the balcony.
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