Spread Good Karma!
The Multiple Meanings
of Feng Shui Color
The ancient Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui has been in practice
for over 4000 years. It is a belief in using colors, the placement
of objects, and creating a flow of positive chi to enhance a
person’s environment for the best results of balance and harmony.
Colors are incredibly important in this practice and each one
represents different aspects of nature. The correct placing of these
colors in the correct area of a home is instrumental in creating the
right balance for success, happiness, and serenity. Using Feng Shui
color can revitalize the chi in a home or office and help the
occupants find a deeper level of peace.
The Feng Shui colors can also be broken down into categories of yin
or yang colors. Yin colors are considered to be more relaxing and
promote healing of the body, mind, and spirit. These colors are
useful to use in bedrooms and nurseries. Blue is a yin color. It is
thought to be soothing and restful. For example, when you picture
the ocean, you see a picture of serene, calm water. The spirit can’t
help but feel at peace. Blue is also useful in a room where someone
is ill or recovering from illness or surgery. In Feng Shui, blue is
also associated with intelligence and an explorative nature.
There are other Feng Shui colors that fall into the yin category as
well. Black is considered to be excellent for careers. t is the
color of money and is especially useful when used with a metallic
color too. Black also symbolizes power and emotional protection.
Another color in this Feng Shui family is purple. It is similar to
blue in that it is considered beneficial in aiding healing. In the
Feng Shui practice, purple is associated with an immense awareness
of the spirit. White is yet another yin color in the Feng Shui
tradition. It symbolizes purity and confidence.
Of course on the other side of the spectrum is the yang colors.
These Feng Shui colors are considered to be a little more vibrant
than the yin colors and compliment their yin partners perfectly. Red
is the most obvious of the yang colors. It is excellent for creating
emotional excitement. Red is also incredibly invigorating and for
that reason should be used carefully to avoid over stimulating the
mind and spirit. When used correctly, red has the ability to add
energy to an environment. Yellow is a Feng Shui color that is
similar to red in its influence. It is a symbol of sunshine and is
thought to promote warmth and friendliness. This is another
color that should be used carefully as too much yellow can cause
anxiety. For those lacking in organizational skills, orange may be
just what is needed to accent an office or working area of a home.
It is the color of organization and imparts a strong sense of
purpose. People in creative fields, like art and literary endeavors,
find orange especially useful in getting their creative chi flowing.
Some of the other yang colors include mauve, maroon, and gold. Each
has significance in luck, money, or romance.
One of the most beneficial ways to use Feng Shui color in your home,
office, and life is in combination. It has already been mentioned
that the combination of black and a metallic color is helpful in
promoting a strong career. Other color combinations are useful in
encouraging other aspects of life. White, when used with gold or
silver, creates an atmosphere of confidence with the energizing
influence of the metal color. This combination used lightly in a
living room or area where the entire family gathers would be helpful
in promoting a positive atmosphere. Tan and beige are yang colors
that placed in the home in combination with other yang colors are
excellent for balancing the chi in the bedrooms, office, or the
whole home. Lavender is also a good color for achieving this
environment. The key to using the Feng Shui color practice is to
remember that this philosophy is based on the concept of balance. It
isn’t necessary to use any of these colors or color combinations in
Using the Feng Shui color practice to enhance your home and life
will prove to be incredibly beneficial. The serenity and positive
energy flow can easily begin to make a difference in a person’s life
almost without their awareness. The study of color use in Feng Shui
is a fascinating aspect of this ancient Chinese philosophy and, with
proper use, is a amazing benefit to a person’s spiritual awareness.
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For you to have peace in your life you must have everything you need to
create peacefulness. Your life must be whole.
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want to go, but with a flat tire it can be difficult, so you stop and fix
Creating a whole life is like stopping to fix the tire. You would not
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Until now, we’ve been
addressing your whole life, safety and reputation. Now we’ll
begin to zero in on particular aspects of your life, going
room-by-room to make your life more harmonious and flowing.
Some ailments are generic
to every room of your home. We will cover these in this
section of the course. They will include the element of
family, how to treat angled walls that have become so
popular in architecture, the cause of arguments and the use
of color to name a few.
What about the location
and operation of the bathroom? Do those banging doors
bother you—in more ways than one? What about the fireplace
For the most part, “room
cures” are treatments that can improve the effect of any
room on you, not just specific rooms, such as the kitchen
and bedrooms, which we’ll get to later.
There was your
Then your home’s interior as a whole….
…And now the rooms.
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eight-sided feng shui bagua
is the basic map for locations of
energy by type. Do you
want to know what part of your home holds the prosperity energy?
Refer to the bagua. If you’re always at the office
and never have time for your family, take your energy map—the bagua—to
the office and use it to help you track down what is in the
family and children corners of
your office (possibly piles of work!).
addition to learning to
maximize these eight energy areas in your home, you will also
learn how to magnify those energy fields using talismans
combined with affirmations.
Consistent attention to using the bagua on your property, in
your home, and each room of your home will help you create the
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