Feng Shui: Key Factors In Chinese Culture

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Professional success and business continuity are key factors in Chinese culture. It is for this reason that Feng Shui art is enormously developed in Asian countries in order to achieve the best productivity and thus, the best profit. The fundamentals of Feng Shui Feng Shui is an ancient Taoising discipline , which literally means "Wind" and "Water". Indeed, these are the two main elements of this art: the wind disperses energy and water groups and channels it. To go deeper, Feng Shui is the study of different energy flows , which we will call the "Chi". The art of Feng Shui will allow individuals to live in complete harmony in their environment. - The different schools: In Feng Shui art, we can distinguish several schools of thought: The school of forms and the compass school. The school of the form will allow to build houses on a ground taking into account all the forms and contours to identify 4 mystical animals (phoenix, turtle, tiger and dragon), in order to be able to draw a map of the circulation of the energies of the land in question. The Compass School, on the other hand, concerns calculation formulas, making it possible to detect all the beneficial or harmful positions for each individual according to his date of birth and sex. It is according to these directions that one can optimize to the maximum the layout of a house or a company. - Yin / Yang: All the energies and elements of the earth, its, of nature either Yin or Yang. The yin and yang elements all have

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