Feng Shui colors define what exists and what does not exist in your world.
They symbolize the status of your health and fortunes.
It is known that traditional Chinese doctors are versed in reading the color of one’s facial expressions or one’s chi’ (good energy).
This is why colors have formed the core element in such branches of centuries-old transcendental learning as face reading, palmistry, and fortune-telling.
Lighten and brighten any dark corners to attract ch'i.
Healthy living plants and little lamps encourage a good energy flow.
A big important mirror will bring light to dark areas and reflect the main door, allowing occupants to see it from any "blind" spots in the living area.
As you have guessed it, Feng Shui color inspires emotion.
Such as green conveys vitality; red symbolizes justice, white represents pureness, destruction, demise, and death.
Certain colors can sometimes make us feel more upbeat and satisfied if the status of our chi’ matches the color of our clothes.
They can also exhibit in our behavior as well.
We all wear specific colors for attending church ceremonies, and a different set of colors for attending a picnic. The information in this website will aim to illuminate how color affects various domains of your world: food, clothing, the living place, transportation, education, and recreation.
They will will also provide guidance to you in many aspects of your life regarding your selection of particular colors that will enhance your world.
By understanding the wise arrangement of color, you will be able to increase happiness, enhance your Feng Shui wealth, and foster your marital harmony.
The effects are particularly cumulative if we combine, integrate, and coordinate the mutually enriching and destruction relationships of five colors: black, green, red, white and yellow with the traditional Chinese theory of the five elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth, and the theory of the five positions east, west, south, north, and center.
Feng Shui elements and five positions prove useful in all cultures for the maintenance of internal harmony within individuals and external harmony between them and nature.