Bell Style Wind Chime
Feng Shui is generally concerned about the flow of chi, which is the life energy, in every person, home or office. For good luck or good health, there must lie a perfect balance of the life forces that surround you and your home or office. If there is an imbalance of chi in the body, one can feel unwell or acquire diseases. If an imbalance of chi is present in the business, it will not be very profitable. Feng Shui Wind Chimes serve to enhance the flow of chi and harness it to your benefit.
Feng Shui Wind Chimes are attractive and hold aesthetic value as decoration in the home. Wind Chimes also produce tones that are soothing and relaxing. These tones can reduce stress and help unwind after a long day at work. Wind Chimes are beyond just beautiful home decor or soothing music makers.
Feng Shui Wind Chimes help distribute the flow of chi into your home in an even or balanced fashion, because too little or too much chi in one area is generally not ideal. If a street begins or ends facing the front door of the house, there is too much strong chi coming in. Placing Feng Shui Wind Chimes will help soften the chi and allow it to enter the house gradually. If a portion of your home is lower than other parts, such as the patio or a deck, chi does not easily flow there. As Feng Shui cures, you can bring more chi into this part of your house by hanging Wind Chimes outdoors.
Wind chimes are also said to be able to deter negative energy and scare off negative entities.
Feng Shui Wind Chimes can be made from various materials, and you can select them based on beauty, size, and the quality of sound they produce. Some Feng Shui items can be made of metal, wood, ceramics, clay, and others.
Dolphin – Considered auspicious and respected. By keeping it at home, we can get prosperity and happiness among family members. The Dolphin is a powerful symbol of protection.
Fish – The fish symbol has long been associated with abundance and wealth in Feng Shui, thus there are many cures that depict fish for prosperity.
Peacock – The national bird of India, is known for its beauty and grace. It is a symbol of beauty, prosperity, royalty, love, compassion, soul and peace.
Elephant – The elephant is a symbol of strength, power, stability and wisdom.