feng shui architecture
When you incorporate Feng Shui with architecture you have certainty that you will let in the most radiant energies and create a Feng Shui house that supports your success and wellbeing.
Feng Shui principles can be incorporated into any design style. A Feng Shui blueprint can give you the foundation to a great building. It addresses 1) the physical environment; and 2) the energies, the feel, within a place.
- Physical forms should be beautiful and not ‘threatening’ to the people using the space. There are principles of positive forms, of how a room should be laid out, etc. to give people the best support and control. Read more about Feng Shui Forms here.
- The energies of a building should be in harmony with its layout and landscape features. That requires a dwelling to be designed in correspondence with its underlying energy chart. This is achieved with advanced Feng Shui formulas:
Feng Shui design ensures that the openness of a landscape or street is activating areas of the building conducive to activity and openness; and that the mountains, other buildings or walls of your building are supporting your building’s positive ‘quiet’ energies. Read more about Feng Shui Energies here.
It further ensures that its colours and furniture placements enhance positive energies and reduce any negative potential. That way a building will be harmonious.
If these principles are violated, a building may be odd, ‘back to front’ and, although look beautiful, never feel quite right.
Feng Shui is able to explain the difference between two almost identical homes that baffles Architecture. Why has one home a welcoming and warm feel – so that you want to hang out there; and why does another, although it might look beautiful, feel odd or cold, and you’d rather not stay?
The design of the first one is in harmony with its underlying energies; the second is designed in conflict with its underlying principles.
You can successfully build in style or budget around a Feng Shui blueprint – and within it you have unrestrained freedom to bring in your taste and design. The blueprint gives you the buildings’:
- Ideal orientation (if applicable);
- Best layout: door, pathway and room locations;
- Best usage for each area, eg. best location for key people and different functions;
- Ideal colour schemes and furniture placement.
When employing Feng Shui architecture in the design you can be certain that your plans will result in the great place you envision, that:
- Vibrant energy will be circulating through the building; and that
- The location and décor of each room will enhance the activities there;
It will help you avoid homes or offices that feel heavy and where life would be difficult. If left to chance, you could be creating a building that is dominated by negative energies, which could disturb your health, relationships or success.
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Brigitte Seum, Senior Consultant for Soulspace has over 12 years experience as a Feng Shui Professional . She delivers consultations in Melbourne, Australia - and remote Feng Shui analysis' for any place in the world.
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