Most people, when they try to choose colors according to Feng Shui, use the bagua map as a reference, and they paint the wealth area purple, the marriage area hot pink and the career area black.
The unfortunate truth about choosing colors for your walls using the colors of the bagua map is that you will end up with an uncoordinated home that looks awful, creates discord and lowers your vibration.
Feng Shui colors should be chosen by working with the Five Elements, but even Feng Shui professionals get this wrong because they are unfamiliar with the main criteria for working with the five elements –– Mother and Child.
Who’s the Mother and Who’s the Child?
Each of the five elements corresponds to a family of colors.
Earth – earth tones
Metal – white, silver
Water – black
Wood – blue, green
Fire – red
How to combine them? Each of the five elements has a mother and a child. To combine them you have to know who’s the mother and who’s the child.
And believe me, this is waaay too complex to explain in a blog article. This is very deep Feng Shui knowledge, but once you master it, you will never again be confused about how to choose colors for every room in your home.
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If you are not happy with the colors in your home, do something about it! Experts on how colors affect people tell us that colors have deep emotional and psychological effects, and color coordination is essential to creating a harmonious home.
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