• Fengshui
  • What is Fengshui ?
    Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of harnessing the natural forces of nature, to promote prosperity, harmony and vitality. In Oriental countries, Feng Shui practitioners have strived to manipulate the metaphysical forces of nature known as 'Chi' to enhance their career, relationships and business success. Numerous successful people and multi-millionaires in Asian & other countries will gladly testify to the potent effects of Feng Shui in their lives. Vaastu International is dedicated to providing its clients with authentic Feng Shui services and aims to promote traditional Feng Shui to the world. This Chinese art of placement can help you to create harmony, balance and positive energy in your environment through the proper placement of furnishings, art, mirrors. objects and plants. Positive energy is created in your home and business environment by working with the natural flow of energy.

    Negative Feng Shui could be harming your business or home life
    Most people have felt "Positive" Feng Shui vs. "Negative" Feng Shui, without even realising it. When you walk into a building and get an uneasy feeling, hoping that you can leave as soon as possible - you are most likely experiencing a building in need of Feng Shui design principles. Conversely, we have all felt the positive feeling we experience when we are in a building with "Positive" Feng Shui. Perhaps we enjoy the meetings we have there, perhaps business seems to flow smoothly - these are side effects of positive Feng Shui.

    FengShui, an old chinese astrology, is centred on balance. It is all about the harmonious existence of the opposites that radiates positive currents in all that is around it. It is no wonder why more and more homes are adapting its ideals day by day.The proper colour scheme, the proper placement of furniture and wall hangings are an essential element in regulating the good chi energy within the house. The first thing that comes to one’s mind when the idea of Feng Shui is put forward is of the Laughing Buddha, or the giant toad with gold coins on its back and placing them in the right position. Well this is not bad but people stop at this and wait for Feng Shui to get the rest done. Feng Shui is not this alone; it’s all about the relation of many aspects of the same entity. It permeates from your furniture to the cool of the walls and everything else in between.

    Residential FengShui
    FengShui, an old chinese astrology, is centred on balance. It is all about the harmonious existence of the opposites that radiates positive currents in all that is around it. It is no wonder why more and more homes are adapting its ideals day by day.The proper colour scheme, the proper placement of furniture and wall hangings are an essential element in regulating the good chi energy within the house. The first thing that comes to one’s mind when the idea of Feng Shui is put forward is of the Laughing Buddha, or the giant toad with gold coins on its back and placing them in the right position. Well this is not bad but people stop at this and wait for Feng Shui to get the rest done. Feng Shui is not this alone; it’s all about the relation of many aspects of the same entity. It permeates from your furniture to the cool of the walls and everything else in between.

    Commercial FengShui
    The dream for all business owners is to be a dream merchant, a business that simply improves as it goes along. By incorporating Feng Shui in your business be it a start up or something that has already seen the market, this science makes it last and last longer by bring in surplus opportunity. A Feng Shui finished office room in itself brings about positive relations and energy flow to you and your clients which makes them come back to you often as they get what they want and feel confidence in you. One of the principles in Commercial Feng Shui arrangement is that it you need to keep things that you need on a constant basis near you. Making your clients feel confident is key in any business and business giants a.