Learn : Feng Shui

Future Point | 01-Jan-2014

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The Chinese Feng-Shui is based on 'Tao' principles, whereas Indian Vastu has religious overtones. The Chinese rely on animals as also the constructive/destructive cycles while Indians rely on rituals, yantras, mantras and deities. For instance, if one is born in a fire year, he would be benefited from having green or wooden objects around him, and so on. Feng-Shui is the fundamental base for constructing buildings and has fancied the Western World, though of late. The Principles of Feng-Shui are widely used in assessing, choosing, designing sites, buildings and interior and the idea to live in harmony with nature.

What is Feng Shui ?

Importance of Chi

Yin Yang

The Five Elements

Avoid Sha

Miracles of Pakua


Centre of Bagua

Power of Feng Shui

Selection of a Building and Adjoining Area

Colour Composition

Important Points About The Main Door

Choice of Directions

Importance of Hexagonal Trigram

Properties of Various Trigrams

How to Avoid Corners, Edges and Beams

Corridors - Lobbies - Stairs

Get Rid of Clutter

An Ideal Feng Shui House

Feng Shui Remedies to be Happy and Rich


Designing Kitchen

Feng Shui Money Tips