The Art of Feng Shui

Create a peaceful environment full of positive energy for your home interior in the #CanaryIslands.

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We are going through a very strange period and for everybody’s safety we need to stay at home for a few weeks. When you spend so much time at home, you realise how important it is for your well-being. Maybe you are taking advantage of this reclusion at home to do some deep cleaning, rearranging your wardrobe or doing some overdue #DIY fixings. At the same time, looking for too long at your home interior could make you want to start thinking about a home renovation or a different style of interior design. Whatever you decide to do with your time at home, it is undeniable that your home should be your most positive and favourite place to be. This is why this week I have decided to talk about Feng Shui, hoping to share with you a calming moment of inspiration in this crazy period we are all facing.

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This ancient and worldwide famous Chinese philosophy aims to create balance and harmony between elements, placing emphasis on physical and mental health, success and positive energies. Feng Shui is all about keeping the energy flow thanks to the correct placement of furniture and objects. “Feng” means wind and “shui” means water, two vital elements that are always moving and flowing around us and with Feng Shui, we can optimize our “Chi” (energy) in our home. In interior design, these energies will translate into a relaxing and positive living space.

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There are five elements in Feng Shui: