Everyone knows that feng shui has symbols such as frogs and mandarin ducks. It also uses wind chimes, beautiful stones and crystal balls, but it also uses personal information to help you maximize your luck, attract good fortune, and stop misfortune like illness, accidents or injury. This is done by using your date of birth combined with your gender to assign a kua number to understand your personal feng shui.
There is a formula in feng shui that’s called Eight Mansions. This is a personalized form of feng shui that relies on dates and your gender to find your personal feng shui. For those who’d like to use personal feng shui, you can calculate your personal directions for success, love and health – and your misfortune directions.
Computers are a wonderful tool for helping us communicate with friends around the world, produce presentations and documents, balance our checkbooks and, in short, run our businesses and our lives. There is no doubt that we are completely dependent upon computers today and rare are the homes without a personal computer. Few of us are able to work when our computers stop working because of bugs, viruses or a log-jam of files.
Feng shui is often called the Chinese Art of Placement. But you can use feng shui in so many ways beyond how you arrange your home. Feng shui can also be very personal — you can apply it to the way you dress, look, and act. Let’s talk about a few of the ways you apply feng shui to yourself to stay fresh and energized….