Meaning of the Colour in Feng Shui
You see colours in everything around you, every moment of the day—but do you ever stop to think about the impact each of those colours is having on you?
Colour greatly affect the impression of a room or a person. Some colours make it brighter, some colours give a gloomy impression. Whether it’s the calming effect of blue skies and fields of green, or the saliva-inducing red and yellow of your local fast food chain, each colour has a meaning and taps into emotions.
There’s a whole science (and art) in the meanings of colours. But today, I want to share the meaning of colours in the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui. Feng Shui, another name is Chinese geomancy, which isn’t a religion though it’s linked to Taoism, translates to “wind and water.” It’s a practice that helps people align their energies with their surroundings.
Many Feng Shui practitioners are adamant that adopting a few simple tips to carve the right environment and it can improve nearly every aspect of life as well — whether it’s improving your health, finding love, or making more money. A lot of feng shui tips are incorporated in the home, we can also use that for fashion to bring us luck and optimize our environment.
Meaning of colours in Feng Shui
As each color have different meaning, they have different fortune. Even if it's same items, colours can have completely different effects.
I will share the meaning of typical colours and the impact on luck. When you buy something new if you are unsure about choosing a colour, you can use these information!
What Is Feng Shui?
DEFINITION Feng Shui is the Chinese practice of trying to create balance with the natural world in our interior spaces. It uses energy forces to create harmony between an individual and their environment.
You can read about each colour meaning and outfits tips by clicking the images below.