Well, you can definitely make Feng Shui green if you want to. Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese system of organization that is believed to bring balance and tranquility to the space around you. In recent years it has become popular among homemakers and designers, especially with the growing popularity of open floor plans, which really puts emphasis on the placement of items in relation to each other and to the doors and windows of the rooms. Color and materials factor in to this system as well. It’s up to you if you want to use combine green living with your Feng Shui lifestyle. Read the About.com article below for some basic and useful information about Feng Shui.
Absolutely. There is much to be said lately about a growing movement called eco-psychology and eco-therapy, that deals with the mental connection between humans and the environment. Feng Shui, meanwhile, is about positive energy and creating an environment that is good for those in it. There can definitely be a connection that leaves a positive impact on the body, mind, and soul.
Adding onto aerodog’s answer, Feng Shui focuses on creating a balance of chi between humans and nature. Utilizng Feng Shui techniques can help make the environment more green and benefit the humans within it. Creating a relaxation garden in the backyard using native grasses that attract native wildlife and sustainable or recycled material, along with Feng Shui principles, can maintain a harmonized connection between a person and nature and staying green while doing so. In Feng Shui, the location of certain elements are important within the house and the outdoors, so it would be great to place eco-friendly furniture and designs in those spaces. Fresh air, comfort, and positive energy are essential elements in Feng Shui and there are many green possiblities that can accomodate each.
Click here to cancel reply.
Sorry,At this time user registration is disabled. We will open registration soon!
Don't have an account? Click Here to Signup
© Copyright GreenAnswers.com LLC