Feng Shui means "Wind and Water" and has been used for thousands of years in China and the Far East as a method for determining the most appropriate locations for a harmonious life. These locations can the site of a building, the floor-plan of a house or just the layout of a room. Feng Shui affects every aspect of our life and the way it is applied can be both beneficial and detrimental to the way you live and the surrounding environment. The underlying principle of Feng Shui is to live in harmony with your environment so that the energy surrounding you works for you rather than against you.
" VAASTU SHASTRA " is a voluminous and scattered ancient indian literature dealing with knowledge of architecture, iconography and art relating to structures and buildings. It comprise of independent works which are classified under the general heading of vaastu shastra.
The word " VAASTU " has been derived from ' VAASTOSHPATI ' used in ' Rig Veda ' and is meant to provide protection, hapiness and prosperity in this life as well as after death.
Key Benefits Of Feng-Shui
• Enhance your health, wealth & happiness.
• Reduce the harmful energy that negatively affects you.
• Create balance, harmony & positive energy in your environment.
• Improve and maintain good relationships.
Feng Shui, a mystical belief or a natural science?
Feng Shui is a body of knowledge that has developed and grown for thousands of years. Originally, it was the exclusive knowledge of the Court Meteorologists of Imperial China, until, over time, it was leaked to help the common people, and is now used by enlightened people all over the world. Feng Shui is not based on any religion, mysticism or superstition. It is a mathematical science.
Feng Shui is based on four aspects:
Feng Shui can be shown to be both a science and an art. The 'science' is the detailed analysis of the four aspects using mathematical calculations. The 'art' is the experience of how to best implement the remedies. Today, unfortunately, there is much hearsay, superstition and nonsense about Feng Shui, yet Feng Shui makes complete sense and is based on logic and scientific principles.
The Pa Kua
One important Feng Shui formula concerns the eight main life Aspirations, corresponding to the four cardinal Directions and the four inter-cardinal Directions of the compass (Lo Pan). Each of these Aspirations is symbolized in the octagonal shaped Pa Kua, one of the most basic Feng Shui tools, which identifies where the particular Aspirational locations lie in your home or workplace, allowing you to energize them as required. This will stimulate positive chi flow and create good Feng Shui for you.