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The Most Auspicious Feng Shui Colors Revealed


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People often associate Feng Shui with good fortune. They believe that a place with good Feng Shui will make a business prosperous. Therefore, a lot of businessmen approach Feng Shui practitioners, asking for the most auspicious Feng Shui colors.

Sometimes, these practitioners charge you a high price and give you excess information that you are not really interested in. For example, you may only want to know the auspicious colors for your office but they will continuing talking about other aspects of Feng Shui and may even ask you to buy Feng Shui products from them. As such, you should make your intentions clear to these practitioners before your consultation.

In our life, a lot of things can be affected by the colors around us. They act as an invisible force, inducing things into happen. For example, if your study room is painted white or light blue, it will slow down the thinking of your mind, causing you to lose concentration. My suggestion is that you can place a few red objects around your room as red color provides positive energy that can help you to keep your focus.

Listed below will be some of the most commonly used auspicious colors by Feng Shui practitioners.

Red is the most popular choice among other auspicious Feng Shui colors. Red is believed to be a lucky color, especially with the Chinese. They believe that decorating your house with red colors will bring you good luck and fortune. For this reason, Chinese like to decorate their doors with tiny little red accessories, believing that these accessories will bring them good luck.

Chinese also like to wear red on auspicious occasions such as Chinese New Year and during wedding dinners. They believe that red color symbolizes their blessing for the newly wed.

Besides being a lucky color, red is also a strong Yang color. It gives out intensive positive energy and provides a form of motivation. It is an ideal color to have in your work place as it is believed to make your business prosperous and in the same time, the positive energy helps the workers to stay focus on their work.

In Feng Shui, yellow is deemed to be an imperial color. For this reason, some Feng Shui masters reckon that yellow is more beneficial than red color. As yellow is a Yang colour, it brings about positive energy.

If you think that red is too striking to be used in your office, you can chose to use yellow instead. Yellow also symbolizes cheerfulness, warmth and friendliness, thereby improving the cohesion between workers.

Green represents peace and growth. Having green objects in your office will bring about harmony in the office as well as better business. It is best to place a few plants in the office area. It also helps to ventilate air and provides a sense of coolness in the air.

In conclusion, proper application of Feng Shui colors will help to improve the quality of your life, as well as bringing luck for your career. Now that you've learned about Feng Shui colors, consider putting your knowledge to use!

Click Here to get Free Tips on how to improve your life with Feng Shui. Lynn Lee is a celebrated authority on the traditional Chinese art of Feng Shui, providing valuable advice on Feng Shui Decorating .


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