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Use of Bells in Feng shui

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Bells are most often used in feng shui where there is a need for some kind of warning or protection. If you are unable to put your bed in the command position, for example, you can hang a bell on your bedroom door to alert you when someone enters.
You can also hang a bell anywhere that you would like to energize or enhance the space.
Bells are rung to signal the beginning and end of ceremonies and meditation practices. Bells are also a powerful tool for space clearing rituals.
Tibetan prayer bells are forged from seven metals, and are often decorated with important symbols to enhance their energy.
The type of bell you choose will depend on how and where you plan to use it. Again, be sure that the tone of the bell is pleasing to you—the quality of the sound is more important than the design. If you are hanging a bell on a string, use a red cord, string, or ribbon cut to a multiple of nine inches.

 

Solution for lifting the energy

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Bamboo flutes (you’ll need two) are the traditional solution for lifting the energy of a ceiling beam directly over the bed. You can hang one flute vertically on the wall under either each end of the beam, so that the natural growth direction of the wood points up (usually this is with the mouthpiece at the top).

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Good places for a Chinese Coin

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Chinese coins bring prosperity consciousness to your home. Look for sets of three, six, or nine coins tied together into a long strand or other shape with red string. Good places for a Chinese coin charm are:
• Near the front door, to attract money into the home
• In the kitchen, over or near the stove (the stove is symbolic of prosperity)
• In any of your wealth power spots
• On the wall where you will see it while you are working at your desk
• In the southeast area of your home or office.

 

Select land According to FengShui

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When selecting a site for construction or even a move to an existing dwelling or building, consider the land and surrounding elements. The five elements assist in this consideration as hills and mountains can be classified into elements according to their shape - for example, a ridge of mountains with gentle undulations up and down is seen to be a fluid shape and therefore associated with water, while mountains that have sharp points would be associated with the triangular shape of the fire element.

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Objective of Vastu and Feng Shui

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Vastu and Feng Shui originate from two vastly different cultural backgrounds and civilizations. The underlying basic principles of both however are purported to follow the laws of Nature; and both share some common approaches. The primary objective of both is ‘the creation of harmonious energy within dwellings to create a good feeling and to attract a good life.

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