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STONES OF HAPPY LIFE
◊ Feng shui symbols
◊ Children room
◊ Dining room
◊ Entrance Hall
◊ Living room
◊ Toilet feng shui
◊ Study, home office, cabinet
◊ Feng shui for office
◊ Apartment tips
◊ HoReCa feng shui (Hotel, Restaurant, Cafe)
◊ Feng Shui In The Garden
◊ General tips
◊ Marriage and Love
◊ Helpful people and travel
◊ Self Knowledge
◊ The treasury feng shui map
◊ Color in Feng Shui
◊ Feng shui haircut, hair style
◊ Car feng shui
◊ Feng shui principles
◊ Five elements cycle
◊ Water element
◊ Wood element
◊ Fire element
◊ Earth element
◊ Living Décor To Represent the Earth Element
◊ Metal element
◊ Using the Earth Element in the Living Room
◊ Feng shui Wallpapers
◊ Feng shui calendar 2008 -2015
◊ Meditation - Chinese doctrine
◊ Energy enhancement, mudras
◊ Aromotherapy in feng shui
◊ Feng shui dimensioins
◊ Feng shui accessories
◊ Feng shui hieroglyphs and meaning of the chinese hieroglyphs
◊ Positive thinking
◊ Chinese zodiacs
◊ Feng Shui for Senior Citizens
◊ General questions - feng shui
◊ Blending Homes - Feng Shui Tips for Creating Harmony
◊ New year 2009
◊ The year of metal tiger 2010
◊ 2011 is Year of the Rabbit - feng shui horoscope
Feng Shui In The Garden
Feng shui can be applied in your garden as a garden is pretty much an integral part of one's home. One often retires to his/her garden to be relax and if the principles of feng shui are applied, the relaxation period will be a soothing experience.
The entrance of the garden should face one of the best your directions. According to your personal feng shui map.
There is no restriction on the plants you should grow but having a balance between the warmer coloured flowers and the mellower coloured flowers to enhance the entire garden itself, use corresponding colors in every direction of your garden, divide your garden into eight directions according to the compass and use your personal feng shui map (to build it you can with the e-book “Create your luck with personal feng shui”) and use only right colors in your garden in oreder to have prosperity, wealth, love and luck.
Avoiding clutter in a garden is pretty hard but in feng shui clutter is a big no-no so when planting your plants initially try maintaining only a small quantity of plants. It might look a bit deserted and barren at first, but if you add plants gradually, everything will be fine in a few weeks time.
One other thing which you must ensure is that each plant has it's own space to grow and expand as this tip will come in extremely useful to make sure your garden doesn't end up looking like a jungle.
The 5 elements must be incorporated in your garden to ensure tranquility. A birdbath is for water, some lights represent fire, and small boulders represent earth.
Coming to paths in a garden, you should avoid edges and sharp, narrow paths instead of smooth-curved paths to the entrance door of your home.