The Basics of Feng Shui For Your Garden [Infographic]

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Looking to Feng Shui your garden?

Turning your garden into an outdoor oasis and place of serenity can help attract positive energy in many areas of your life, increase the flow of energy, as well as reduce stress and anxiety.

From outdoor furniture and water features to what type of plants you choose, you can optimise your garden for mental wellbeing for the whole family by applying the principles of Feng Shui.

Meaning ‘wind over water,’ Feng Shui studies the movement of energy. Using the five basic elements (fire, earth, water, metal and wood) to balance the atmosphere, you can strengthen certain areas of your garden to help improve certain areas of your life.

Although there is quite a lot to learn in the realm of Feng Shui, you really don’t need to have a deep understanding of Feng Shui principles in order to start applying Feng Shui in your garden.

There are a few basic principles you can apply right away to start creating a better quality of energy.

The infographic below outlines some of the basic principles and is really great for beginners.

 

 

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This infographic is created by 4Everdeck
Looking to Feng Shui your garden?Turning your garden into an outdoor oasis and place of serenity can help attract positive energy in many areas of your life, increase the flow of energy, as well as reduce stress and anxiety.From outdoor furniture and water features to what type of plants you choose, you can optimise your garden for mental wellbeing for the whole family by applying the principles of Feng Shui.