Picture of Sunrise or Sunset Cecil Lee Cecil Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
These are some of the considerations:-
1. Let's draw a parallel with things like:
1.1. Can I have mirrors in the bedroom?
1.1.1 Some Feng Shui books say that when we sleep; our spirit rises to wander around. And if we do have a mirror e.g. facing the bed; the person's spirit would rise up; see's itself and gets "shocked" seeing it's own image.
1.1.2 This is why, in the past, many of the Cathode-ray old TV screens are highly reflective; thus some geomancers say; don't place a tv screen facing the bed. Else cover it up.
1.1.3 What happens if the individual is not scared of mirrors; but in-fact, what happen if this person's spirit, loves to see it's image in the mirror e.g. looks at the mirror; to "comb hair" before, going off to meet "his/her" friends.
2. It is like on a continuum of "hot or cold".
2.1 Some of us can sleep in a bedroom full of mirrors; while others feel very uncomfortable.
2.2 In fact, for some not only they have mirrors say on their wardrope facing their bed; at nite, their windows and/or windows bay also have glass panels that are equally reflective.
2.3 For some; I have seen even a mirror above their bed.
3. The "problem" with us humans is that often; if we have family or friends visiting our home; or even reading books or surfing the web; were told that it is very inauspious to do so; our mind (psychological) begins to feel uncomfortable.
4. Nowadays, many led or oed tv sets do not have reflect screens.
5. Human nature varies: for example some of us can eat very spicy or hot chilli; while others dare not even touch mild chillies.
6. From a Feng Shui point of view; some books or article says that dont' introduce "water scenes" into the bedroom as it is considered "too yin".
7. Again, many of our concerns relate to AUTO-SUGGESTION, thanks to everything we hear, read and think about. Hopefully, this does not lead to SELF-FULFIllING prophecy!
8. Personally, if you feel comfortable with say the painting; you can always try it out. As I mentioned above: often it is "to each our own".
9. Another saying goes " One man's meat is another man's poison" or rather "One man's delicay is another man's yucky, yucky stuff!"
On 9/29/2010 7:30:02 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
>Dear Master, I use
>my bedroom both for resting
>and for studying/work
>purposes. I am
>considering putting up a
>picture of a lake in my
>bedroom. Most pictures of
>lakes I have found either come
>with sunrise or sunset.I have
>read on the internet that
>sunset symbolises negative
>chi? and that sunrise
>symbolises optimism, energy
>etcYet, when I look at various
>pictures of sunrise and
>sunset, I always find myself
>leaning towards the calmness
>and serenity of
>sunset. Should I
>therefore hang a picture of
>sunrise or sunset? and is what
>I read on the internet true -
>that sunrise represents energy
>and sunset is associated with
>negative chi?Please advise,