In feng shui, the Five Elements- wood, fire, water, metal & earth- comprise all of life, even our bodies. To make specific feng shui-based changes in your life, you can add or subtract a specific element. If you want to get really fancy, in a professional consultation an element is used in a certain place in a home more than another to create desired effects. If you what these elements looked like when represented in physical form, I thought that some art would illustrate it all very well. While these are not the only ways to represent an element, they are ways that work!
The Sigmar Polke window above is a combination of geodes in a thick stone wall. Welcome to a fabulous way to add earth element to your home: crystals.
Plants. Wood. While the neon is certainly a dose of fire, wood here shines in the array of houseplants!
Fire. Can it be more obvious that this? I will say that the reflective shine mixed with fire doubles its elemental potency!
I melt at the site of Hein Koh. This shimmery, sparkling metal element masterpiece has both the circular shapes and dazzling twinkle of focusing metal element.
Diving into the emotional depths of blue water element… amazing! And here, you can see how water is the element of deep emotions!
If you want to learn more about the five elements & how you can use them in your own life…and learn how to transform the place you live into the home you love in full, grab yourself a copy of Feng Shui 101. Its the unique guide I made for you to create your own personalized feng shui at home, in the office, wherever you may be in 8 weeks! Its not filled with strict rules or what you must do. Its filled with information, questions, exercises and even videos and classes to help you confidently create amazing spaces with killer feng shui and live with more flow! Learn more about the 8-week feng shui adventure & grab your copy to get started right HERE!!! xoxo Dana