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Colors Feng Shui:
How do they affect each other?

Colors Feng Shui. These two concepts affect each other. By changing colours, you might improve an area of your life. The following colors and description may help your chi or energy flow:

  • Black: It represents yang and water. Do not overuse this colour because it has depressive properties but use it a little to remove uncertainties.

  • White: It represents yin, metal and purity. Its effect is similar to mirrors but not as strong.
  • Red: It represents fire and promotes activity. Be careful not to overuse red as it could cause anxiety, excitement, anger or even violence. Red should not be overly used in quiet rooms such as bedrooms.

  • Blue: It represents water. Too much blue could make you indecisive, but just enough can improve your clarity and help you make good decisions.

  • Yellow: It represents the earth. While yellow can help improve your confidence and social skills, a little too much yellow could get to your head...

  • Green:It represents wood. Instead of painting your walls green, try using plants. The right amount of green in a room will create enough movement and hope without inducing undue idealism.

  • Orange: It represents a mixture or earth and fire. If you have too much water element in your room, adding a little orange will compensate and rebalance your room. Similarly to yellow, it can be good in rooms where quiet social functions are held.

  • Brown: It represents earth and is a major source of yin energy. Use very sparingly. Wooden floors are an exception to this rule.

  • Violet: It represents a combination of water and fire. It has major calming effects and should not be used in an office. Too much violet may cause the need to isolate oneself from others.

  • Grey: It represents the sum of black and white, yin and yang, and is neutral.

  • Gold: It represents metal. In small quantities, it creates good fortune and wealth.

  • Silver: It represents metal and the moon. In small quantities, it is a symbol of wealth.

  • Pastel: Pastel colours are a diluted versions of the darker shades. While they may look good on your walls, the associated Feng Shui effects are minimal.
  • Colors Feng Shui should be easy to combine.

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