Social Responsibilities

Universal Energy.

Feng-shui (pronounced fung-shway), which basically means ' wind and water', is the chinese art of living in harmony with nature.
yang yin
bright colors dark colors
high low
dry moist
loud quiet
active still
wooden benches soft seating
full bookshelves empty bookshelves

Children's room bright colors and plenty of windows. A prayer room needs to create a tranquil atmosphere. an office or a showroom needs to be well lit while a bedroom definitely requires less lighting.
Law of unifying principle, the law of five transformations, ba-gua, geopathy, secret arrows, karma, fate, luck, food, stress, and clutter. Like driving a car, moving from first to top gear you don't shift into top gear directly.
Nothing works in isolation. Feng shui cannot change destiny-but it can alter the path it can make the uphill task easier and the downturns less rocky.
Types of feng-shui
Form type, compass type, flying stars, bhs (black hat sect. Of tantrik buddhism), and pillars of destiny. Bringing thing in harmony with nature,
One of the principles of feng shui is the law of the unifying principle.
Feng shui thus works to bring about a sea change in varies aspects of life work, marriage, friendship, study, even how one performs in sports.
Chi, the cosmic, universal energy
This energy is positive and beneficial, it is known as sheng-chi, and its brings peace and prosperity to living and working spaces. Sha-chi, the negative chi is the inauspicious energy that can cause ill health and bad luck .
In offices and schools, one need an active sheng-chi where yang dominates, whereas at home it should be yin that rules.


Main door should always be the largest one in the hous
Polished and painted.
Split doors can cause splits in the family.
Main door should also be aligned with the other door in such a way that the area behind
the back door is not visible from the front door.

The 5 elements
1) fire
2) earth
3) water
4) metal
5) wood

It could be a family member, a part of the body, the time of day, numbers, landscapes or directions they are all categorized according to the Chinese system of the five elements.
Elements are not the physical objects – not actual metal or wood – but the energy behind the object.
They either support or nourish, or clash with each other’s.

Constructive cycle

Water nourishes and helps in the growth of wood. Wood enhances and feeds fire. fire produces ash – a part of earth. Earths generates metal. Metal condenses water. This is a supportive, productive cycle.

Destructive cycle

Water puts out fire. Fire melts metal. Metal cuts wood. Wood loosens and exhausts earth. Earth absorbs or dumps up water.

Not advisable

Sink or the refrigerator
(Water element)
Next to the stove (fire).
Put a plant or something made out of wood between the burner and the sink

Good balance, all the five elements have to be present in a room – if even one is lacking, the effect can be adverse.


Plants or green accents in drapes or cushions.


Pottery, marble and stone work
Earth tones in the décor.
Candles and bright lights
Color red
Throw rugs, or patterns which include chevrons or triangles.


Chrome, steel, silver or bronze, color white.


Fishbowls, fountains, fresh flowering water, Crystal accessories, undulating shapes and shades of blue.




 wood  fire  metal  Water
 best  lowest  lowest  going down
 summer  going down  best  infancy  Lowest
 autumn  lowest  goaing  down

 best  Infancy
 winter  infancy  infancy  goaing down