Know your metal

Metal can in­flu­ence your log­i­cal and an­a­lyt­i­cal abil­ity and or­gan­i­sa­tional skills

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metal in the de­struc­tive cy­cle).

Col­ors: All me­tal­lic shades like chrome, white, grey, steel grey, bronze, gold, brass and sil­ver. You can also go for neu­tral pas­tel shades. The sharp­ness of th­ese metal colours influences our abil­ity to think clearly and com­mu­ni­cate the same to oth­ers around us. Add colour by us­ing a sim­ple white ta­ble cloth/ bed sheet in your work space/home or just paint a wall in a me­tal­lic shade.

Shape: Look for nice well rounded shapes in your dé­cor. Avoid an­gu­lar and sharp edges.

Dé­cor: Try art (me­tal­lic singing bowls, brass stat­ues and struc­tures ) or if your space does not al­low, sim­ply keep a metal glass on your desk to drink from for added metal en­ergy. Wear metal amulets (horse shoe, sil­ver rings, gold ban­gles etc) to stay pro­tected and ward off the evil eye. To en­hance the metal el­e­ment you can also go for rocks and stones (ac­cord­ing to the pro­duc­tive cy­cles of the Feng Shui five el­e­ment the­ory, metal ores are cre­ated when suf­fi­cient earth is com­pressed).

Hang metal wind chimes out­side your west fac­ing bal­cony or porch to cre­ate a rhyth­mic sym­phony. Also use Chi­nese Feng Shui coins tied by the mys­tic knot as a cure in the same di­rec­tion.

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