The Five Elements

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016 in Lytham Feng Shui blog, Slideshow | 0 comments

The Five Elements

The Five Elements philosophy is one of the underlying principles of Feng Shui. During my consultations I apply the Five Elements diagnosis to each individual client to understand who they’re and what they’re like as a person, so that I can enrich and deepen their Feng Shui experience.

You can experience Five Elements Feng Shui in your home, business or garden, so for a free 30 minute consultation please call Lytham Feng Shui on 01253 969695.

In ancient China, it is believed that everything in the Universe comes out of the ‘no-thing’, the no-thing and the no-thing is the TAO. The Tao expresses itself as the dual principles of Yin and Yang.

Yin and Yang are polar opposites that inter-consume each other, and one can’t exist without the other. An example of a polar opposite can be hot and cold, fast and slow, high and low, black or white and polar opposites are masculine and feminine energies.

The Five Elements are defined as Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood and are assumed to be the primary energetic building masses from which all material substance in the phenomenal world is composed.

You can experience Five Elements Feng Shui in your home, business or garden, so for a free 30 minute consultation please call Lytham Feng Shui on 01253 969695.

The Five Elements are representations of the transformation that occurs around us in a moment by moment basis! They are basically representations describing how things interact and relate with each other. Everything and everyone is made up of some combination of these elements.

All can be examined and understood from the perspective of the Five Elements. So you may wonder why the five elements are important.

Although the insights of the Five Elements are thousands of years old, the teachings can be applied to our modern day life, and it’s for that reason that I use the five elements as diagnosis of whom and what I’m dealing with.

You can experience  Five Elements Feng Shui in your home, business or garden, so for a free 30 minute consultation please call Lytham Feng Shui on 01253 969695.

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