Fun Ways to Feng Shui With Colors

By Guest Contributor, Jennifer Nguyen

Happy Feng Shui Friday!!

Did you know that the color orange is considered the “social” color, as it creates the necessary Feng Shui energy to promote lively conversations and good vibes within your home or office space! When Orange is incorporated in your decor it reminds us all of warm thoughts, a beautiful sunrise or fire on a summer night.

Learning how to feng shui with colors is one of the easiest ways you can transform the energy in your space. I chose my top three to talk about today but with a little research you can find out what your favorite colors represent in Feng Shui!

1. Blue~

Bringing elements of blue into your home creates a calming and peaceful energy. The color blue is a water element and is best in Feng Shui when placed in the East representing health and the North representing career when choosing decorations for your rooms. There are endless verities of blue, aqua and indigo to add a little tranquility to any room in your home or office!

2. Yellow~

In Feng Shui yellow is the color of sunlight, bringing this color into any space instantly brightens and creates an uplifting happy environment. Place yellow color tones in your kitchen, living room or child’s bedroom to generate cozy welcoming vibes.

3. Green~

Is the color of renewed energy and regeneration in Feng Shui. The color green can be used to bring balance to your home and body through healing vibrations derived from nature. It’s most effective to have an assortment of shades to maximize the energy effects of growth, health and vibrancy.

FUN FACT~

Red is the most powerful color in Feng Shui and brings the energy of joy, passion and sexual desire into your home!

Thanks for reading,

Jennifer

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About Jennifer Nguyen: As a licensed stylist and wellness enthusiast of over a decade I’ve always had a passion for being physically active and exposing the light in others.

Jennifer Nguyen
Jennifer practicing yoga on the beach near Cocoa, Florida

In 2010 I was chosen to attend the Michael Coles Step Up summit where my spirit was awoken to chase my dreams of becoming an educator and motivator! My successful career in the salon industry has lent itself to my most recent journey of earning a college degree; this fall I will graduate with an Associates of Arts degree from EFSC and have been accepted into my bachelors program at the University of Central Florida.

I have kept my deep love for movement alive over the years; In 2013 I was a performer for international DJ Chan Ji Kim in Sound and Space and more recently as a yoga guide at both Peace Place Counseling & Wellness and the Yoga Surf School.

These days when I’m not playing on my mat or balancing my duties as a domestic goddess I can be found in my back yard garden, and chasing the Florida sun.   

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My name is Andrea Schulman. I am a former high school psychology teacher & the creator of ‘Raise Your Vibration Today.’ I teach people how to become masters of their minds through the Law of Attraction. Check out the full-length video tutorials on my membership portal and learn how to create a beautiful life with intention. XO

2 Comments

  • Kathy Joyce
    Posted October 23, 2015 6:02 am 0Likes

    I love the idea of using colour in your home based on Feng Shui. Yellow is one of my favourite colours and as you mentioned article gives a sunny and happy feel. A vase of daffodils can instantly brighten up a corner in your kitchen with their cheerful, sunny colour.

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted October 25, 2015 8:29 am 0Likes

    Yes Kathy, I’ve just recently picked up a yellow bedspread and I really love what it’s done for my bedroom. Yellow is often an underrated color! 🙂

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