1.Landscape aspect – is the environment of home and office / business environment. Feng Shui landscape means assessing the environment by studying the effects of mountains, hills, rivers, roads, shapes and terrain configurations. The external appearance gives a complete picture. The environment is usually beyond the control of the average person. In modern life, the application of feng shui to the landscape is an insurmountable physical and financial constraint.
The Chinese believe that each location is surrounded by 4 spirits (protectors) in the form of animals. These are the black turtle, the phoenix, the green dragon and the white tiger. When estimating the location with the names of these 4 animals, 4 basic directions can be named on the compass: the north is a black turtle, the south is a phoenix, the east is a green dragon and the west is a white tiger. The superior dragon hill should be taller and more ridged than the tiger hill. The southern aspect of the phoenix should be open.
2.Feng shui interior is another aspect-this is a detailed consideration of the perspective of landscaping with regard to the flow of “chi” energy in the home, house, apartment and business space. This is about furniture, choice of colors, doors, shape, dimensions and decorative materials / objects that ensure that a favorable chi is created inside the space. This aspect is usually in the domain of most people. Viewed from the point of view of practicality, this aspect provides the greatest opportunities for individual solutions and creativity. The most important thing here is to look at space in a feng shui way.
Feng shui means noticing the position and geographical position of the front door, the input flow of chi energy and the entry of positive energy into all rooms.
All obstacles (pillars, beams or poor placement of stairs) are neutralized by feng shui medicines (crystals, plants, small bells). Try to teach your eyes to easily perceive problems in the home or business environment, and every part of the house / apartment to conveniently place beds and mirrors for the benefit of the household.
The third aspect is the importance of directions — the geographical directions of a house, apartment, or business environment play the greatest and crucial role in the proper application of feng shui. Geographical directions should be properly established before activating the powerful feng shui formula for good results. This requires the use of a reliable compass and basic benchmarks to mark your living and working space. This is the spatial dimension of feng shui interior in the domain of control of most people. To introduce feng shui into any living space, the geographical orientation of the room and the front door and the position of the furniture should be considered. This means considering data on the position of space in relation to 4 sides of the world. Try to determine the focal point in your home / business space. Place the compass at that point. From there, you determine the directions of your living space. The side of the world facing the facade of the home and the back of the home and room should be considered. Compass directions are essential for the accuracy of reinforcement placement (feng shui remedies).
The fourth aspect — the time dimension — uses the powerful formula of a flying star that refers to numbers for good and bad luck (which have a good or bad impact on living space). The happiness of any living space can be changed by the mere passage of time. According to feng shui, every hour, day, month and year manifests a special essence of invisible and untouchable forces. This aspect is quite in the domain of people. This aspect can often be predictable when you understand the basic formula for calculating time-dimensional stars. As soon as you know the areas affected by each year – you can apply the medicine in the appropriate corner so that people are not affected by the negative energy that emanates from that space.
A compass is vital to the proper application of this practice. Orientation in space is the foundation of all feng shui analyzes and recommendations. The advice of all feng shui masters / scholars from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and other immigrants to the Western Hemisphere – is based on the interrelationships of the front door, structure, location of the house, contours and 4 sides of the world. The directions indicated by a reliable compass show how chi energy flows in any environment. Each compass direction has a number of properties related to the physical structures in that direction. This indicates the quality of chi energy in that direction in relation to time and space. The traditional Chinese compass is called “Luo Pan”. Luo Pan resembles other compasses because it is circular and divided into 360 degrees. Further division is into 8 basic directions and 24 sub-directions. These sub-directions are called 24 mountains. Each mountain measures 15 degrees (360 divided by 24 = 15). A ring that has 24 mountains is important because many feng shui formulas use the division of 24 mountains to express the directions of good and bad luck.