Since Feng Shui is based on calendar cycles, energy directions, and five basic elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water, it is related to Chinese astrology
Chinese elements do not refer exclusively to matter but rather to subtle basic forms of changing energy. Destruction and production are in cycles. Any element will always be changing and it never ends. Positive and negative female or male energy is always in cycles . The different color associations in the home can be used to strengthen the influence of element it represents. Wood corresponds to the colors green and brown. Colors like red, orange, purple and strong yellow are all related to fire. Light yellow, tan, and light brown is corresponded by Earth.
Metal goes with gray and white. Water corresponds to blue and black. The placement of elemental colors in your home is determined by your ‘bagua’ or energy map. In the eastern part of your home, you might want to use green as it promotes health and family well-being. Blue is often used in the North area to strengthen and support career plans. According to feng shui, creative endeavours are supported by pure white in the west. Using yellow in the southern area of your home is associated with being social and happy.feng shui color chart The art of feng shui is very detailed and complex, but as you learn the various components, associations, and directions, you may find that color is a source of tranquility and stability in your daily life.

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