Fengsui

India
November 21, 2006 2:28pm CST
Are u believe in fengsui.
18 responses
• India
1 Dec 06
bantizeal can u please tell me what is fengsui.
@dentkk (240)
• Hong Kong
3 Dec 06
she had explained it in page 1. please check it
• India
21 Nov 06
I really don't know waht it is, can you pls explain? will be thankful to you dear friend.
@Al3xius (1778)
• Romania
21 Nov 06
I just did that 2 responses up ! Are you people reading the discusions ???????
• India
21 Nov 06
what does it mean?
@Al3xius (1778)
• Romania
21 Nov 06
Read the reasponses and you will find out !
@achyuta (2853)
• United States
21 Nov 06
I ahve heard about Fengsui, but I do not know what it is really. Can you please explain in detail? Thanks in advance
• India
23 Nov 06
an ancient Chinese tradition of placement and design that guides human beings in living harmoniously with their environments. This practice of arranging space for optimum well being was first devised almost 4,000 years ago as farmers in China sought appropriate locations for their homes that would bring the greatest opportunity for good health and prosperity. Feng Shui, which literally means wind and water, sees the world as completely alive with its own chi or personality that is directly affected by such details as the arrangement of furnishings, the location of doors and windows, and the choice of colors and materials. Balancing the chi is the key to good Feng Shui. When in balance, there is a harmonious interaction of yin and yang energies (light/dark, hot/cold, male/female, etc.), and harmony and good fortune prevail. This explanation of Feng Shui is a simple description of a complex discipline. Feng Shui masters spend their entire lives studying universal energies and their relationship to human beings and their environments. In Hong Kong where Feng Shui flourishes, it’s a rare business owner who doesn’t consult a Feng Shui expert about the auspicious placement, design and decor of his business and residence. In recent years the practice of Feng Shui has increased significantly in the western culture as people search for ways to achieve a balanced and prosperous life through a more holistic approach to their environments.
@pratew3y (1894)
• India
7 Jan 07
welll i believe in it to some extent. it was written in it that there should be no wall clocks in the bedrooms so now there is no wall clock any where in any bed rooms, have to find out other stuff too which i can change it according to fengshui
• Singapore
15 Dec 06
yes i believe in fengshui
@neer22 (121)
• India
8 Dec 06
i do. i know a bitalso.what about u.
@dentkk (240)
• Hong Kong
3 Dec 06
I m chinese, i know what it is, but i dont believe those feng shui masters outside, they ar only cheating people money and degrade the Art of Feng shui!
@sindra (1118)
• Indonesia
3 Dec 06
no
• India
2 Dec 06
no i dont bellieve it
@lsen06 (5000)
• India
1 Dec 06
i dont know about fengsui.but i want to know about it.
@lsen06 (5000)
• India
1 Dec 06
i dont know about fengsui.but i want to know about it.
@lsen06 (5000)
• India
1 Dec 06
i dont know about fengsui.but i want to know about it.
@luskas (3429)
• Portugal
23 Nov 06
I think Feng Shui is a way to decorate your house depending of the room... Mainly to give the room an enviroment of what it should be as bedroom to become a place of relax and enjoy...
@insomni4k (424)
• Indonesia
22 Nov 06
neah, I dont believe it, I dont care where ever I put some stuff or place anything
@helper1 (765)
• Canada
21 Nov 06
I am just learning about it, so I don't know if I beleive 100% yet.
@devilangelo (4525)
• India
21 Nov 06
nope i dont :)
@Al3xius (1778)
• Romania
21 Nov 06
I don`t know what to say. Feng Shui (pronounced fung schway) is an ancient Chinese tradition of placement and design that guides human beings in living harmoniously with their environments. This practice of arranging space for optimum well being was first devised almost 4,000 years ago as farmers in China sought appropriate locations for their homes that would bring the greatest opportunity for good health and prosperity. Feng Shui, which literally means wind and water, sees the world as completely alive with its own chi or personality that is directly affected by such details as the arrangement of furnishings, the location of doors and windows, and the choice of colors and materials. Balancing the chi is the key to good Feng Shui. When in balance, there is a harmonious interaction of yin and yang energies (light/dark, hot/cold, male/female, etc.), and harmony and good fortune prevail. This explanation of Feng Shui is a simple description of a complex discipline. Feng Shui masters spend their entire lives studying universal energies and their relationship to human beings and their environments. In Hong Kong where Feng Shui flourishes, it’s a rare business owner who doesn’t consult a Feng Shui expert about the auspicious placement, design and decor of his business and residence. In recent years the practice of Feng Shui has increased significantly in the western culture as people search for ways to achieve a balanced and prosperous life through a more holistic approach to their environments.