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Feng shui and dining table FAQ
Q – Tell, please, about dining table according to feng shui
A – Dining table is a place where you and your family take meal, so definitely here you get energy. Food is an energy, that we get from the world and, of course, this energy should be positive. It is very important what you eat (feng shui oriented nutrition you can read in the book China rejuvenating five-element nutrition) . But it is also very important the place where you eat – your dining room and dining table.
Opt for a round, oval or octagonal shaped Dining Table. One of the most important elements of feng shui is called the orientation or a person’s position to benefit most from yang energy. A square and rectangular table is ok but sitting on the corner reels in bad luck to your health and well-being. To avoid more bad luck, avoid sharp-angled corners in the dining room.
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