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Feng Shui

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Transcript of Feng Shui

Presented by Ge Jiang (Ann)
Fang Liu (Peggy)
Ziming Dong (Travis )
Pingyue Yin (Nathan)
Yifang Chang (Bella) Introduction of Feng shui
Feng shui Concepts
Why Do People Believe and Practice Feng Shui?
1 Feng shui&Posession
2 Feng shui&Sacred consumption
3 Feng shui&Lifestyle
Conclusion
References Agenda What does it mean? Feng shui survey in Exeter Section1 Introduction of Feng shui The Definition A complex body of knowledge

A way of life for oriental people Five Elements of Feng shui

Ba gua

The application of 5 elements and Bagua Section2 Feng shui Concepts FIRE is red, an auspicious color. Fire is also is South. Representative items: light,candle. EARTH is also the Center. The colors is yellow.Representative items:stone, ceramic vase. METAL is white or sometimes gold. Metal symbolizes the West.Representative items:gold and silver jewellery, mirror. WATER is represented by the color black. It is also the North .Representative items:fish tank and drinking fountains . WOOD is the East. It is represented by the color Green. Representative items: plants,wooden furniture Ba gua Ba gua map
Eight sides(life area)
Element
Color The Application of Five Elements and Ba gua The easier way to apply Bagua Feng means wind . Shui means water. Section3 Why do people believe and practice Feng shui Feng shui and possession

Feng shui and sacred consumption

Feng shui and lifestyle What is sacred consumption Feng shui consumption is sacred consumption -is the respect or fear in a way to treat objects and events, and different from the ordinary consumer or secular consumption. They may be linked with religion, maybe not.(Grahamaustin,2012) Ordinary objects become sacred. Crystal does not only mean stone. It rather means lucky and harmony. Feng Shui and lifestyle Clutter clearing

Simplify your life Clutter clearing Three steps of Clutter clearing Simplify Your Life Three aspects of Simplify Your Life Clutter clearing (disposal)

Why do Clutter clearing?
--clutter create stagnation

Explain in terms of Fengshui
--manage ‘Chi’ in your space Step 1: Identify the clutter

Step2: Change your space

Step3: Do it now Simplifying your life
--skills of managing our energy
In terms of Feng shui
--The right management of ‘Chi’ integration and consolidation

Delegation

develop relationships with right people Conclusion Reference Thank You ! Grahamaustin 2012, sacred consumption, [on line]. Available at :< http://http://grahamaustin.pbworks.com/w/page/10896023/Sacred%20Consumption> [Accessed at 7 December 2012]

lgin D. 1981. Voluntary Simplicity: Toward a Way of Life that is Outwardly Simple, Inwardly Rich. Morrow: New York.

Gandolfi F, Cherrier H. 2008. Downshifting: a Theoretical and Practical Approach to Living a Simplified Life. The ICFAI University Press: Hyderabad, India.

Richins,2012, The Public and Private Meanings of Possessions, Journal of Consumer Research, Chicago journals, Published by: The University of Chicago Press.

Shi DE. 1985. The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture. Oxford University Press: New York. Integration

Delegation

Develop relationships with right people --- Laurie Bornstein (Gandolfi and Cherrier,2008) (lgin, 1981) Feng shui and sacred consumption ... small Feng shui and possession Feng shui expresses personal identity Feng shui knowledge

Possession & Sacred consumption

Shui feng & lifestyle
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