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Based on the theories of YI Ching and the five Chinese tones, this Feng Shui music is designed to help people improve their life through the energy released from music. The proper cycle of arrangement of the five elements generates productive "qi" circulation in the human body and the living environment. Each element is related to one of the five tones of traditional Chinese music. The combination of corresponding elements and tones can release a powerful energy that opens the door to a new world of health, luck and happiness.


The Serpent is associated with the center in Feng Shui theory, as well as with the earth elements. Earth is related to kung of the five Chinese tones, which acts on the stomach and spleen, it is also related to the ken and kun trigrams. Ken represents mountains, and symbolizes fastness and stability; kun represents earth, and symbolizes capacity of bearing and supporting all beings. The serpent in the center is the embodiment of the earth elements; its music can help strengthen the stomach and spleen, and uplift the soul. The music, of Serpent is intended to release the energy of earth, so the composer drew the material for this album from the traditional folk music of central China. The earth of central China nurtures one of the four greatest ancient civilizations, and glorifies the opulence of the mother earth. (The gouchen is another animal symbol associated with the center in Feng Shui theory.)  




The Dragon is revered as the god of the east, associated with wood in Feng Shui theory. The wood element traditionally consists of living plants and trees, which represents sprouting and the spread of growth; wood is also related to the chueh tone which acts on the liver, and zhen and the Sun of the eight trigrams. Zhen represents thunder, which connotes movement and vibration, and sun represents wind, which connotes life, sprite, and flexibility. Therefore, wood has a significant impact on the living environment. and his helpful for individual physical health. The music of this album was designed to release the energy of the wood element to adjust the Feng Shui of an environment, based on the association of the east and the chueh tone with wood. Dragon is a collection of folk songs in the dominant chueh tone of eastern China, with it's classic majesty, elegance, and courtliness.



The tortoise is revered as the god of the north, associated with water in Feng Shui theory; this element possesses the qualities of flexibility and resourcefulness. Water is related to yu of the five Chinese tones, which acts on the kidneys. In the eight trigrams, the kun trigram is assigned to water. The tortoise in the north is embodiment of the water element and has a remarkable ability to tame the primitive part of human nature, restrain excitable temperaments, create possibilities for wealth, and prevent fatal dryness of body and spirit caused by an excess of mental. The music of Tortoise is intended to unbind water energy, so the composer drew material from folk music of northern China, centering on the yu tone. Water is a symbol for money in Chinese culture; on this album you will bear soft and relaxing music, which sounds like gentle flowing river that brings fortune and wealth. You will also hear Mongolian folk music that describes how water nourishes the people living in the dry desert land of the north.



The Phoenix is revered as the god of the south, associated with fire in Feng Shui theory. Fire signifies passion and intuition, and represented by the jyy tone, which can act on the heart. The fire element is also linked with the li trigram, which signifies beauty, brilliance, and grandeur. Chinese people believe that this mythological bird of the south embodies all characteristic and function of fire. The phoenix stores energy of fire, which, when released, gives light and warmth to the world and nourishes all creatures. The music of Phoenix is designed to release fire energy to adjust the Feng Shui of the environment. The composer uses music of southern China and the exotic tribal music of southwestern China. People living in this area have very bright and lively regional traditions; fire plays an important role in their festivities. Celebratory music is played by plucking stringed instruments and striking percussion instruments. The music of these southwestern tribes is pleasurable and full of high-spirited gaiety.



The tiger is associated with the west, in Feng Shui, the west is associated with mental, which has the characteristics of cleanliness, integrity, and strength. Therefore, the energy of the mental elements guards against evil spirits and stagnant Chi. Mental is associated with shang of the five Chinese tones, which acts on the lungs; it also corresponds with the qian and dui trigrams. Qian represents heaven, and signifies vastness, masculinity, and strength; dui stands for joy, happiness, and satisfaction. Tiger shares these attributes, and generates powerful energy which can bring good luck to the household and make family members healthy, high-spirited, and productive. Through music based on the shang tone, the energy of mental can be released to benefit the listener. The composer uses folk music of the northwester China, where the native inhabitants are primarily nomadic Turkish-speaking Uigur people. Other ethnic group in this area include the Turkish Timur (known as Tamerlane in English) and the Tibetans. Living in this barren and desolated region, these people have to struggle to survive in the harsh environments; therefore, they possess great vigor and valor. These qualities resemble the attributes of mental and are evoked in the music of this album.



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