How To Create Good Feng Shui In Your Garden

A healthy garden is a great source of energy. When you’re having an exceptionally stressful day, relaxing in a garden can do wonders in neutralising the negative emotions you’re feeling. But you can derive more energy from your garden by following the principles of feng shui.

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Feng shui is a traditional Chinese concept that links the destiny of man to his environment. With the right elements and placement, man will not just live in harmony with his surroundings but can also generate energy from it so doors of luck and other good things will open.

By adhering to the principles of feng shui, you can transform your garden into the most energy-filled place in your property. There are many rules to this Chinese concept; plus, you have to understand how these rules can work together to ensure stronger benefits. This can be very tricky, especially if you’re coming into feng shui with limited knowledge.

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Therefore, consider hiring a feng shui expert (there are feng shui consultants in NSW, particularly Castle Hill and Ryde) to work with your landscaper in order to achieve good feng shui for your outdoor space. If you wish to understand how feng shui actually works, here are a few general ideas about it.

  • The entrance should face south to welcome maximum sunlight, and the gate should always be opened to invite people and energy.
  • Colours are crucial for the flow of chi; important colours to have in your garden are red and yellow because they are energy boosters. If you want calm and peace in your garden, make sure you have cool-coloured blooms like hydrangeas that come in purple, blue and white. If you’re going to have all these hues in your garden, it’s best to keep them separate.
  • Diversity is also important but make sure that space doesn’t look cluttered. Think about their sizes and colours and how they harmoniously blend with each other.
  • Herbs such as lavender, sage, thyme and even dill (which can be grown into hedges) are worth integrating into the garden as well because they are fragrant and possess their own “powers.”
  • Make sure that all the elements (wood, metal, fire, earth, and water) are present in the garden. For the wood element, it can be your garden furniture. For metal, the arbour and sculpture. For fire, this can be the fire pit or the lights installed in various spots of the outdoor spaces. For water, you can create a birdbath or fountain. As for the earth, this has always been present in the garden.
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When you incorporate feng shui into your garden, you can be certain that not only will the garden be charming, but it will also be peaceful, balanced, and full of chi (energy) flowing freely around it.

For all of your gardening and landscaping needs call Jim’s Mowing on 131 546 or book online today!

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