The need for change comes every day. It starts from the inside and ends on hundreds of websites that give you dozens of ideas on how to decorate your home. Maybe you focus on the light you have in the apartment, or you want to be more Feng Shui. One thing is clear: the end goal is that you want to have a new look in your home. You want something that motivates you more every day.
You’ve reached the point where most of the spring cleanup is moving things around. Replacing them with others that make you much happier is also a good idea.
What are the things that make you happy right now? Thinking of a beautiful vacation or concert that you’ve been wanting to go to for a long time? A favorite movie that got stuck in your head in or a picture of your pet?
Whether you’re looking for balance and harmony in your home, office or diet, Feng Shui is the latest miracle cure for all that ails you. Actually, the concept of “chi” is behind all of this. It’s the energy that Feng Shui strives to balance. Chi is a power beyond the physical world.
But what exactly is Feng Shui? Is it science or superstition? Where did it come from? And how do you use it?
“Feng Shui” comes from Chinese and translates to “wind” (Feng) and water (“Shui”). It’s the art of arranging buildings, objects, space, and life to achieve harmony and balance. Feng Shui works on the assumption that the world has unseen forces. The idea behind it is to “clear the path”, so the forces may flow and create balance in a space (or life).
The main concept of Feng Shui is a belief that we as humans are associated with the spaces we inhabit. Believers in Feng Shui see sacred purposes and mystical meanings behind the design. They don’t just see appealing buildings or superficially pretty surroundings, instead, they view the world’s cosmic energy.
Let’s talk about the canvases you put on your walls, images that will change your whole day and the entire energy of the room. They are the cherry on top of the cake or the colorful toppings sprinkled on frozen yogurt that make all the difference in interior design.
Often times, they have a much bigger design impact than an interior designer would like to admit. Not only can a LightFairy glow-in-the-dark canvas print liven up a house with stylish decoration, but it can also serve a dual purpose by managing the energy for Feng Shui.
Because you don’t want a clash between the elements occupying any specific area of the home, you must be mindful not to place a canvas with a conflicting color to the elemental nature of the space.
If the wall in question is in the living room, this space will have a metal elemental base. In this case, a canvas with red or abstract colors, representative of the fire element, is appropriate.
If the bedroom is where you want to hang a glow-in-the-dark canvas print for Feng Shui, it’s not advisable at all to hang any paintings depicting water or the color blue. These represent the water element and would douse the fire, destroying your chances of recognition and status.
If you are using a blue piece of art, then the ideal areas are in the north which is the direction of water, or the east and southeast which are areas of wood. This is because water and wood are complementary elements that are in harmony.
If you are deciding on a Feng Shui office, or one for a basic space where you work, landscape images are ideal.
The placement of the canvas that glows in the dark should be behind your seat. You may consider choosing an image of a mountain with a wide canvas if embedding a panoramic scenic view of the mountains.
Wall art depicting natural water like lakes and waterfalls with koi fish swimming is also popular among enthusiasts. While they’re best placed in areas of work like in front of the workstation to signify wealth, they’re also suitable for common areas like the living room or dining area.
Think of all the ways this canvas can change your whole life set-up with a good spring mood. A glowing canvas brings all that good energy even in the dark. This means that things will remain calm over the night and won’t change just because you turn off the lights.
You can also see this glow-in-the-dark canvas print as an item that will only bring positive energy and people around you, meaning that you will see a good influence in your life in just a few days.
Changing things in your life is important and it’s most important to remind yourself why you’re doing everything you’re doing. And keep in mind that you want to surround yourself and everyone you care for with happiness and glowing energy!