Feng Shui

Feng Shui Water

Feng Shui Water
Water character traits are creativity, wisdom, sensitivity, reflection, persuasion, effectiveness, and desire for life and sex. Water types value family and social contacts, and possess the ability to attract others. A water type is often seen as mysterious. You tend to internalize your feelings, and think and ponder quite a bit. A water person can struggle with emotions such as fear, indecisiveness, and uncertainty. In Feng Shui, your preference is for a room that is dark and cool, a quiet place for rest. It is lucky for you to transform your bathroom into a nurturing environment for healing baths.
Ways to Succeed 
Your challenge is to overcome your fears and become an active participant in life. You will succeed by not allowing fear to block the fullest expression of your creativity.
Water Triats
Direction: North
Season: Winter
Climate: Cold
Feng Shui landscape: Irregular peak, cupola, indented peak, and watercourses on a peak.
Feng Shui building shape: Detached houses, unusual architecture, irregular shapes, and one-of-a-kind dwellings. Also dwelling where the front door or main entry is not easily visible.
Feng Shui room: Bathroom
Objects: All types of reflective surfaces, including mirrors, glass, and cut crystal. Pools, fountains, and aquariums also represent water. Visual art that is abstract, in dark colors, or a seascape symbolizes water.
Symbol: Black Tortoise
Feng Shui Tip for Love
You want water in your relationships: sensitivity, caring and sharing. Be sure to place a mirror in your love corner (the far right from a room's entry); mirrors represent water in Feng Shui. A pair of candlesticks with light blue candles is nice for you to add warmth on occasion.
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