5 Principles of Feng Shui Votive Candles
Feng Shui translates to Wind-Water, a concept derived from an ancient poem that talks about human life being connected and flowing with the environment around it. Feng Shui is the practice of harmonizing humans to their environment with Chi/ Qi energy an invisible force that binds the Earth and Humanity together. In Asian culture, this philosophy is called the Tao, which translates to mean “the way.” Taoism is the way of nature and all the basic principles of feng shui reflect nature.
There are 5 main principles of Feng Shui:
Earth: This Principle is responsible for self-care, grounding, and stability. It influences health, knowledge and partnerships
Metal: This Principle is responsible for efficiency, beauty, and precision. It influences helpful people and children.
Water: This Principle is responsible for depth, flow, and shift. It influences career.
Wood: This Principle is responsible for growth, healing, and vitality. It influences family and health.
Fire: This Principle is responsible for passion, inspiration, and illumination. It influences fame and reputation.