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What You See

Certain colors and shapes are related to the five feng shui elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. Please click feng shui elements for a complete list of the element's associations of color, shape, and more.

Our vision is how we navigate through our space and our world and Westerners rely on their sight more than any other sense. What we see, whether we are consciously or unconsciously aware, contributes to how we react, interact and act. Researchers have shown that what we see, especially light, has an effect on us biologically, psychologically, and spiritually. Light, color and shapes have different intensities, frequencies and wavelengths which effects our vision, orientation, physiological and sexual cycles, our emotions and behaviors, and even our nervous systems, such as our endocrine system and our metabolism. Therefore what we see and how we see, the time of day and where colors and lighting are viewed from (from the side, below or above): colors, shapes, and lighting, and the use and placement of them are important to healing our spaces, healing us and living on purpose.

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What You Hear

While we're in the womb we hear our mothers heartbeat and then lullabies; as children we learn through song and instruments; as teenagers and young adults, we have our favorite love songs, break-up songs, school songs, and favorite musical groups/bands. We are exposed to commercial jingles, marching bands, work songs, wedding music, funeral music, holiday music, religious music and patriotic tunes. Each one having their own resonance, rhythm, melody, harmony, pitch, timbre and energy. Music can make us happy or sad, cry, dance with joy, and make our blood pressure go high or low.

Outdoors we are exposed to traffic sounds: cars and trucks speeding by, horns blowing, planes flying overhead, trains chugging down the tracks, sirens from police, fire or ambulances, nature sounds: birds chirping, leaves rustling in the breeze, waves hitting the shore, water bubbling down a stream, a dog barking, a horse whining, or an insect buzzing by. Most might not even be aware of these sounds or these sounds might be what some call noise.

Certain sounds and instruments are related to the five feng shui elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. Please click feng shui elements for a complete list of the element's associations of sound and more.

Sound, it's all around you! What are you listening to?

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What You Smell

Smell is the most primitive and oldest of our senses and our nose never sleeps!

When you walk into a room, whether a familiar or a strange place, if an odor from your past, your childhood, is present, it can quickly bring up memories from the first time you ever experienced that odor.

Scent or aromatherapy can be used and evoked in many different ways and different formats; from incense, to candles, to oils and more.

Smells (odors) fall into seven categories: mint (peppermint), floral (roses), ethereal (pears), musky (musk), resinous (camphor), foul (rotten eggs), and acrid (vinegar). Smell was the first of our senses. These scents are related to the five feng shui elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. Please click feng shui elements for a complete list of the element's associations of scent and more.

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Oils, Incense, and Candles 

According to research, René-Maurice Gattefossé is credited with coining the term aromatherapy in the early 1900's.

Aromatherapy is used to treat everything from the common cold to central nervous system disorders and diseases. Many people rely on Aromatherapy to relieve symptoms of common physical problems as well as emotional and mental disorders such as anxiety and depression. Along with their antibacterial and antiviral properties, many essential oils also help eliminate stress, increase energy, enhance memory and stimulate natural healing.

 

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