Feng Shui is an ancient art developed in China more than 3,000 years ago. Feng means 'wind' and Shui means 'water'. Wind and water for Chinese bring good health. It is a complicated field of knowledge that shows how to balance the energies of any given place to provide good health and good fortune to people occupying it.

Here are the top ten water fountain Feng Shui cures:

  1. Electricity & Water: A water fountain operates through an electric water pump. It is said to promote wealth in the traditional Chinese culture where water was crucial for the growth of the rice. Electricity (power) brings sparking activity and change. Water is one of the five elementary components of the ancient Chinese art and harmony doctrine of feng shui. 

  2. Moving Objects: 'wind and water' are the primary essence in feng shui which is both present in a fountain. The cascading water and circulating air around is active CHI which signifies abundance. Chi should always be able to move freely through any space in order to help us to be in balance with the elements surrounding us. 

  3. Living plants or objects- plants and flowers represent life and growth. When integrated with a fountain they produce new energy in the house and helps in the circulation of the energy already present there. 

  4. Sound- the sheer sound of flowing water attracts people and draws them towards the source for marvelous sensory experience. Chimes and bells when added into a fountain make it enticing for Chi and customers. 

  5. Objects solid and heavy- likes stones and statues that are used to decorate a fountain prevents positive Chi from leaving, promoting health and well being. 

  6. Objects that shine- crystal balls, mirrors and candles make any interior bright and attract positive energy. Many fountain models come with under water light placed in the frame area providing delightful colors to the water and draws life, happiness and positive Chi. 

  7. Colors- red means 'happiness and strength'. It gives a promise of good fortune. Purple, pink and plum are relatively fortunate colors. Green and blue-green promote tranquility. These colors are easily incorporated into your fountain. To draw in harmony and happiness you may put a red bird figurine, rose quarts, or green plants. 

  8. Bamboo flutes- for stability, growth and safety you may lay out a small bamboo flute diagonally on a rock or use a hallow bamboo water spout through where the water could flow. 

  9. Ribbon, fringes and fragrance- Using mist fountains allows integration of aromatherapy and water fountain. If not using a mist fountain, it is still possible to have fragrance in the form of aromatherapy essential oils placed in a container with some rocks, or an incense cone artistically positioned on a shell or a scented candle. Your creativity may be put to practice as far as this category is concerned because it is applicable in many ways to increase the flow of positive energy. 

  10. An ancient Chinese term "bagua" means "eight areas" ("ba"=eight, "gua"=area ) and Feng Shui bagua is a map or chart that relates the various areas of your life to the 8 sections of your living space. Your fountain must be placed in the gua or area you wish to enhance

People who practice feng shui believe that their quality of life depends on how the positive energy flows in the area which they stay. If matter and space are arranged correctly harmony with the environment is attained in the home, relationships, health, wealth and other aspects in life.Amy C. is a Feng Shui water fountain expert. She has discovered powerful benefits of water fountain through its integration with Feng Shui concepts. Amy invites you to browse her personal favorite collection of indoor tabletop Feng Shui fountains and experience its wonderful benefits in your life. Amy's garden bamboo fountain kit collection is one of the best ways to integrate feng shui in your garden.

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      Amy is passionate about helping others create a healthy, fulfilling and successful life filled with harmony and love.

      She has a backyard garden in which she plants her herbs and vegetables to create a healthy and balanced lifestyle for herself and her family.

      Amy puts her business knowledge into application through a self-owned retail business in the niche of indoor fountains. She is an indoor fountain expert and she offers valuable advise on every aspect of indoor fountains, ranging from its design to decoration.


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