Feng Shui

Decorating Ideas for the Budget Conscience

Home decorating can be fun and exciting, but some people think that it has to be an elaborate and expensive process. It's not necessary to spend a great deal of money to radically transform the look of your home. Making your own decorative items, purchasing used ones and making the most out of what you already have, there are all kinds of low cost tricks to giving your home a whole new look. To illustrate how simple and low cost home decoration can be, try some of the following ideas that many savvy budget conscious people make use of every day.

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Posted by Oliver Bault - September 19, 2014 at 5:52 am

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Some Practical Concepts In Feng Shui Architecture

The concept of positive energies ever flowing in and out of a manmade structure is a reflection of Feng Shui Architecture that is commonly believed to be a superstitious way of approaching architectural design. However, there are very solid concepts behind this that are not just based on energies but also on practical culture-based design that has withstood the tests of time in relation to the changes of Nature.

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Posted by Richard McIntyre - September 14, 2014 at 5:53 pm

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Basic Elements Of Feng Shui May Be A Solution To Misfortune

Some people have all the luck is something we have all heard from many people. The Chinese believe a person creates their own luck by using the basic elements of Feng Shui. They believe that people can achieve prosperity, health and happiness by using this simple philosophy.

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Posted by Richard McIntyre - September 12, 2014 at 5:53 pm

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A Few Feng Shui Design Tips

The art of arranging accessories and furniture in way that helps to promote prosperous and healthy living is called Feng Shui. The art, which is originally a Chinese practice, has become very popular in other countries in the past fear years as well. To the Western world, Feng Shui is more of a way to decorate. The styles original message and meaning has, for the most part, gotten lost in the translation. Those looking for Feng Shui design tips could improve their home's aesthetics in just a few easy steps.

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Posted by Richard McIntyre - September 11, 2014 at 5:52 pm

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Outdoor Feng Shui For Optimal Living

Many people don't realize that where they live and how their house looks on the outside affects their daily lives in numerous ways. Outdoor Feng Shui is the ancient art of organizing ones garden or outdoor living area in order to maximize the energy flow for peace, health and prosperity. The ancient art of decorating and organizing is over 3000 years old and began in China as a way to balance the energies of a person and their life as well as their belongings.

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The Principles Involved In Living Room Feng Shui

No other room in the house can really compete with the lounge in terms of importance. This is the room where the family spend a lot of their time together. It's the place where visiting friends share good times with you. It therefore makes sense to give a lot of attention to detail when planning Living Room Feng Shui.

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Posted by Richard McIntyre - September 9, 2014 at 5:52 am

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Harmonize Your Home By Decorating With Feng Shui

How do you react when you walk into someone's home or office for the first time? Most of the time our emotions and subconscious register impressions before we have a chance to formulate a verbal opinion. Why is it that some rooms exude good feelings or positive energy, and a sense of well-being? And conversely, what makes a space negative and jarring, with indefinable feelings of being off-center emotionally? A home can inspire both types of feelings. Many years ago the Chinese recognized how important this energy can be, and developed a philosophy or art called decorating with Feng Shui.

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Posted by Richard McIntyre - September 8, 2014 at 5:53 pm

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