Feng Shui Garden Water
Water fountains, ponds, and waterfalls are usually every body's favorite garden accessory. With flowing water comes feelings of freshness and vitality, relaxation and rejuvenation. All are perfect experiences to bring into your home garden. For centuries, fountains and pools in the garden have symbolized wealth and prosperity.
Feng Shui Water Fountains
Fountains spray water up into the air lifting Chi and lifting the spirits of man emanating Yang forms of Chi. The loud splashing of water as it falls back into the pool creates a unique sound barrier both hiding the sounds of your surroundings while bellowing it's own continuously splashing voice. The sight and sound of fresh, rapid moving water will contribute to the local atmosphere of your garden. Most forms of life are naturally drawn to water sources for their relaxing and rejuvenating properties.
Feng Shui Bogs, Ponds, and Waterfalls
Waterfalls add oxygen to your water pools which is great for plant and animal life. Despite their liveliness, waterfalls tend to lean toward the Yin side of Feng Shui as the falling water tends to direct Chi in a downward motion. Bogs and ponds move at a slower pace and provide a water source for may forms of life. It is important to maintain good water circulation in your pools, as stagnant water may also be prone to disease. Stagnant water also decreases the energy flow of your garden and may provide perfect breeding grounds for bugs and pests. Circulate your water and include a waterfall into your design for the best results.