The Feng Shui Approach to the Same Room, Different Function

In Feng Shui practice, we need to distinguish between a yin or yang activity in order to know how best to treat a room. Yin activities include sleeping or meditation. Yang activities include any type of work or socializing  마곡노래방. One of the most common considerations is a bedroom used in a house for sleeping versus a home office. As well, in the bigger picture a house would be considered more yin and a commercial establishment would be more yang.

Even though the unseen influences flying stars will be the same, they are treated differently based on the function of the room. For those familiar with the Flying Star School, Xuan Kong Fei Xing, we pay more attention to the mountain star in a sleeping room and a water star in a wakeful room. The word “star” here refers to energies which form the magnetic field of the room. And that magnetic field was created in the room based on when it was built.

In layman terms, we could look at other common sense examples of how a room may be appropriate for one function and not another. For instance, a room which is on the dark side may be fine for a sleeping room, but considered too dark or somber for an office space. A room that is near the street and some sounds of traffic may also be appropriate for an office, but not a sleeping room.

Within a two-story house, it is common to see a sleeping room directly over a wakeful room, where the identical flying stars are treated differently. The treatments for these rooms can include which elements to add organically, such as furnishings made of wood or metal. The treatment may also have to do with altering the height and distribution of the furnishings depending on the function of the space.

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