The Chinese penchant for looking at objects and interpreting their hidden meaning is revealed by the prolific useof symbols within their culture and these symbols are like a secondary language, rich in nuances and that penetrates all their communication. In Chinese, each written character represents an entire word which is in deep contrast to our alphabetical text where a sequence of individual letters signifies a word. This means that more or less every word in the Chinese language is represented by a different symbol so it is not unrealistic to consider that whenever pen is put to paper or in carvings it usually has some mysterious or obscure meaning.
Place a wind chime in the lounge room, that wall in your kitchen has got to be knocked down and…. oh yes!! Do not forget the fish tank full of gold fish in that study. These and many more theories to counter bad energies have been remedies prescribed by geomancers to Chinese and Westerners alike - but how does it all work? Fate and destiny, life and luck - wouldn’t we all like to know the answers on how to enhance our lifestyle and get the right energy to prosper and be happy.
A professional in this area is one of the world’s most well known figures in Feng Shui, Master Raymond Lo. He uses precise formulas and calculations required to enhance auspicious forces and repel bad energy - minus the ‘hocus pocus’.
Are you having problems at home and generally, your relationships are in trouble? Believe it or not, it could simply be to do with the location of your bedroom and the way your furniture is arranged.
Relationships are integral to the quality of our life and the ancient art and science of Feng Shui can support and enhance the quality of our more important relationships. One of the areas to focus on is the bedroom – particularly, the master bedroom.