Posts Tagged ‘metal element’
The Father, according to Chinese culture and Feng Shui, represents Heaven, the Creative force, and strong yang energy that complements the Mother or receptive yin energy. The Father energy is important to everyone, and most importantly the male head of household (whether or not he's a father). (Each of the Bagua areas represent a ...Read more.
I love incorporating the 5 natural elements into a garden setting. Metal is especially fun as it is a great hard scape material and is represented by round and oval shapes. Also, the colors of white, silver and gold are metal. Metal represents refinement and boldness. A little goes a long way. What Not ...Read more.
Brenda McMahon is a nationally renowned ceramic artist. Her work is a beautiful expression of natural elements crafted into unique artful pieces. "Wild Nature Jar – Imbued" is an example of the artists unglazed pots, wrapped carefully with organic materials, ropes, wire and minerals. During the firing, the organic materials burn away and the ...Read more.
This blog post is a continuation of "Front Door Direction for Your Business" where I covered the East direction. As I explained, the direction your front door faces has significance to the success of your business. How do you figure out which direction your front door faces? There are several ways: use a compass, ...Read more.
Bathrooms can be a difficult room in Feng Shui. Since they have a lot of water and drains, they can represent diminished energy in an area or multiple areas of your life that correspond to the Feng Shui Bagua (a tool used by Feng Shui practitioners with nine boxes that correspond to life’s main concerns ...Read more.