Feng Shui | Introduction

Feng shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is a complex body of knowledge that teaches how to balance the energies in any given space - be it a home, office or garden - in order to assure good fortune for people inhabiting it

Read More

A variety of tools are available to the Feng Shui practitioner, and any one may be more effective than another for a particular situation. The following tools are especially helpful to unblock energy and balance a home or business:

Read More

The Feng Shui bagua is a basic tool of Feng Shui. It is a mapping chart used to determine which part of a home relates to a specific aspect of life, such as wealth, love, or health. It helps you decide where to place the furniture, objects, and art around you to bring positive things into your life. Understanding how to use a Feng Shui bagua is a basic step in making Feng Shui adjustments.

Read More

The Five Elements is the Feng Shui term used to describe the colors, shapes, and textures around you and the attributes they bring into your life. The Five Elements are: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood. Each Element has a characteristic shape and colors and represents specific aspects of life. What do the names of the Five Elements conjure up in your mind?

Read More

Feng Shui aims to achieve a balance of the opposing characteristics in the world around you, which are known as yin and yang. According to the theory, everything in the universe consists of two opposing, but interconnected, forces: yin, which is feminine, and yang, which is masculine. Yin qualities are female while the yang qualities are male.

Read More

Chi (pronounced chee) is the constantly moving and changing force around you, making you feel either good or bad in a certain location. The goal of Feng Shui adjustments is to stop the chi from rapidly leaving your space, and keep it flowing gently throughout every inch of your indoor environment.

Read More

The Feng Shui principle of Continuity and Connectedness is the modern name for the relationship of Feng Shui to the Tao, which translates as "the way" or "the path." Because every action has a reaction, we are influenced by everything around us and, in turn, we influence everything.

Read More

Before you start applying feng shui in the home or making ANY adjustments to your environment, follow the steps below. If you do not follow the steps, the changes may be slow, temporary or you may not experience any beneficial change at all.

Read More

The difference between the two is based on their belief system, wherein 'Vastu Shastra' unifies the modern science with astrology and astronomy, while 'Feng Shui' is all about energy balance and their synchronization.

Read More

Be it little buds or blossomed up flowers present in the garden or indoors, they emit varied energies which help in promoting love and are also a symbol of good fortune. Flowers speak different kind of language that is through various colours and fragrance and their presence too have a deep impact on our life.

Read More

Feng Shui | Services

Feng Shui For Home

A home other than being just a house to live, it's an augmentation of our mental space and manifestation of our personality. Read More

Feng Shui For Office

Surroundings have a powerful effect on what you attract into your professional life. Creating a harmonious office or Read More

"Chaos is peaceful when you stand quietly and watch, we are eternal observers, reflecting both tiny and vast, singing infinitely within."- Jay Woodman