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Feng Shui For Good Health and Longevity

 


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So many feng shui articles have been written on attracting wealth, prosperity, and love. Nevertheless, it is hard to enjoy all that if you are not in good health. He are some great feng shui tips to promote good health and longevity.

One of the things to take note of are poison arrows. Poison arrows are sharp and pointed objects, or anything resembling such objects. Examples of poison arrows include lampposts, the edge of roofs and long slender trees (such as big pine trees). Make sure that there are no poison arrows pointed towards your home. Poison arrows are bad feng shui and can not only cause health problems, but also bring bad luck to the entire household.

For health, the most important part of the home is the kitchen, and the bathroom. To create the good feng shui, it is best to locate the kitchen in your personal auspicious direction. This can be calculated based on your Kua number (which is based on your date of birth - click on the link below to find out your personal auspicious directions). Placing the kitchen in your personal inauspicious directions can cause many health problems. If you live in your house with your other family members, located the kitchen according to Kua numbers of the patriarch or the matriarch of the house.

The choice of decorations for your bedroom is also very important to create good feng shui for your health. As a rule of thumb never use antique furniture in your bedroom. Antique furniture has in it the accumulation of stagnant chi from its previous owners, which can attract illnesses. Having guns and sharp objects as decorations in the bedroom is also bad feng shui; as such objects emit shar-chi (killing energy) that can be very harmful for the room's occupants.

There are some wonderful Chinese symbols that you can use to attract health and longevity. In feng shui, the crane (specifically the red-crowned crane) is considered to be an auspicious bird as it represents peace and immortality. Placing a pair of crane figurines in the garden is extremely good feng shui for the family's health.

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Practical Feng Shui Tips for the modern feng shui practitioner.

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