This page lists of the various symbols in the Colors group.
We all see colors in our everyday lives, no matter where we live or where we look. While certain colors are often associated specific things, the colors themselves- including individual shades- typically have a wealth of symbolism attached to them that most people may not be aware of.
That symbolism varies widely from culture to culture, but there are some common threads that run through most applications of a color or shade.
Symbols in this group:
a Chinese religious motif incorporating the eight trigrams of the I Ching, typically arranged octagonally around a symbol denoting the balance of yin and yang, or around a mirror.
bagua regarded in feng shui as a pattern determining the significance and auspicious qualities of spatial relationships.
Feng Shui is a system for arranging your surroundings in harmony and balance with the natural world around you. In Chinese, the words Feng Shui mean "wind and water." Feng Shui For Real Life is a contemporary, practical approach that allows you to use what you already have and what you want to acquire to bring good things into your life.
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