Feng shui is the Eastern practice of analyzing where things go to create the most healthful and beneficial energy flow. Today, feng shui is practiced not only by the Chinese, but also by Westerners. Modern feng shui is not always looked at as a superstitious scam. Learn how a balance of wood, fire, earth, metal and water can bring balance to your space and your life. In this post, we will present you with 9 normal Feng Shui decoration for your home and a highly recommended Feng Shui book at the end. Let’s Feng shui boost your energy and promote health.
1. Zen Art Brass Feng Shui Desktop Dragon Windbell [amazon]
Zen Art Desktop Brass Feng Shui Dragon WindbellThis Zen art brass Feng Shui windbell makes soothing sound with the attached rammer! It is believed that Feng Shui Windbell may bring you wealth and keep your home peaceful and safe by frighten away evil spirits. An unique exotic addition to your desk too. Size: Approximately H5.5” x W4”
2. Wall Clock karma Feng Shui Asian Gift [amazon]
Large 10" Wall Clock Precision Quartz Movement Great Gift Idea! Ships Next Business Day from the USA
3. Feng Shui Candle Gift Set [amazon]
Feng Shui candle set comes with an 8-1⁄2” black ceramic plate (for your candle arrangement), 24-28 river rocks, a Feng Shui story, and 1 of each candle: earth and metal (each 2x2”), water and wood (each 4x2”), and fire (6x2”).
4. Zen Art Brass Feng Shui Desktop Gong [amazon]
This Zen Art Brass Feng Shuii Desktop Gong makes soothing sound with the attached rammer! It is believed that Feng Shui Windbell may bring you wealth and keep your home peaceful and safe by frighten away evil spirits. An unique exotic addition to your desk too. Size: Approximately W8” x H9” x D2”
5. Live Spiral 3 Style Lucky Bamboo Plant Arrangement with Ceramic Vase Brown [amazon]
Lucky bamboo, botanically known as "Dracaena sanderana" Grows in water like cut flowers, but will last for years Our feng shui indoor house plants are imported from Taiwan with the best quality Bring you with good fortune for years to come
6. Feng Shui Turtle [amazon]
The dragon headed turtle is believed by the Chinese to bring good luck and protection. He is also the symbol of wealth, protection and health. He carries the magic square which represents the guide for life. He also has hidden in his body secretes of heaven and earth. To use this turtle as a tool for poor health place a blue ribbon in mouth. For a good relationship place a red ribbon in his mouth and for wealth place a gold ribbon. To utilize his best strength place him towards the north of your home or office. Never place him in a kitchen or bathroom.
7. Feng Shui Zen Essential Oil Burner [amazon]
Place scented oil in the top and burn a tea light candle on the bottom, instantly refresh your mind. Enjoy and relax yourself.
8. “Ripple Effect” Modern Feng Shui Home Decor [amazon]
High Quality, Durable Metal Wall Art, Hand made with precision and detail in the USA! Sculpted entirely of Rust Proof, high grade aluminum 68in. width x 24in. height x 1.5in depth/173cm x 61cm x 5cm (Display size shown, mounted with 1" spaces in between each panel). The complete work of art consists of seven individual panels, each ranging between 6" and 12" wide. Very easy to hang with its pre-installed brackets and a hanging guide tool for proper spacing Signed and Dated by the artist: Jon Allen (includes, certificate of authenticity)
9. Feng Shui Desk Fountain [amazon]
Rock design desktop fountain with faux marble ball. 120v pump included. Alabastrite. 10 3⁄4” x 10 3⁄4” x 6 1⁄2”.
10. Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui [amazon]
There is very little of actual Feng Shui here, and certainly nothing you can’t get elsewhere, but the clutter problem gets full and complete treatment. Kingston reminds us that clutter is stuck energy that keeps you stuck in undesirable life patterns. Therefore, you can “sort out your life by sorting out your junk.” Kingston covers the reasons we keep things as well as the amazing stories of people who have cleared their clutter away. More than just junk, clutter is all those things that have negative symbology and that collect stagnant energy. This latter can also apply to bodily, emotional, and spiritual clutter, all of which Kingston describes with characteristic passion. In an age of accumulation, it’s good to see a book that frees up life again.