Feng Shui Barre VT

Local resource for evaluating feng shui consulting in Barre. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to feng shui consulting and feng shui decorating style, as well as advice on feng shui design ideas and feng shui tips.

North Country Interiors
(802) 760-1238
1144 Waterbury-Stowe Rd. Waterbury
Waterbury, VT
 
North Country Interiors
(802) 760-1238
1144 Waterbury Stowe Road
Waterbury, VT
 
Tydans Moving Company
(802) 875-6677
Rt 11/ Pleasant Street
Chester, VT

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Sage Advice Interiors
(802) 334-2063
95 Main St. Newport
Newport, VT
 
Laura's Interior Design PO Box
(802) 362-1086
1292 Manchester Center
Manchester Center, VT
 
Creature Comfort Interior Design
(802) 728-5067
3 Salisbury St. Randolph
Randolph, VT
 
Vermont Moving & Storage, Inc.
(802) 655-6683
276 East Allen St
Winooski, VT

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Linesync Architecture & Planning
(802) 464-2526
14 Castle Hill
Wilmington, VT

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North Country Interiors
(802) 760-1238
1144 Waterbury-Stowe Rd. Waterbury
Waterbury, VT
 
Lawrence Interiors
(802) 457-1886
16 Prospect St. Woodstock
Woodstock, VT
 
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Feng Shui

Feng Shui - History

It is generally believed that Qin fire had all Feng Shui books burned. The most reliable work is "Qing Nang Jing" given by Huang Shi Gong to Zhang Liang during the late Qin Dynasty. In the Tang Dynasty, Yang Yun Song and his disciples wrote several books that are regarded as the most authoritative work by all Feng Shui schools. Although these books were written in cryptic language and knowledge primarily passed down through the oral tradition, but it was also believed to be instinctive and comes from common sense and feelings of what is natural to us.

Yin and Yang

The essentials of Feng Shui are two basic principles that all matter and energy in the universe, namely yin and yang. These forces are opposites, but are not in opposition. Rather they are balancing and need each other to exist and prosper.

The Bagua - Directions and Elements

The bagua (or pa kua) of the Yi Ching (Book of Changes) is an octagonal diagram used in Feng Shui analysis. Each direction on the octagon (north, northeast, etc.) is related with certain important aspects. By mapping the bagua onto a home, village, cemetery, etc., information is given about the correct orientation and position of objects. The eight parts (directions) of the bagua elements:

From the North the qi is nurturing and mysterious. It is associated to the element of water, which is diplomatic, intuitive and compliant.

From the South the qi is invigorating and lucky. It is associated to the element of fire, which is dynamic, restless and energetic.

From the East the qi is protective, kind and competitive. It is associated to the element of wood, which is warm, generous, and seeks to grow.

From the West the qi is unpredictable and disruptive. It is associated to the element of metal, which is unyielding, forceful and self-reliant.

In the Center lies the element of earth, which is at home with all the directions, and seeks to harmonize them. The element earth is patient, stable and prudent.

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