Curso de Feng Shui: Técnica chinesa milenar de harmonização e equilíbrio de ambientes (Paperback)

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Com origem na China h cerca de cinco mil anos, a arte do Feng Shui significa literalmente "vento e gua". Esta arte estuda a influ ncia do espa o no nosso bem-estar e a forma como os locais onde vivemos e trabalhamos se refletem no modo como nos sentimos. As suas bases est o enraizadas na cosmologia oriental e no princ pio nico das duas for as antag nicas do c u e da terra: yin e yang. Atrav's do conhecimento de como a energia vital (Ch'i) flui pelo espa o circundante, poderemos analisar excessos e estagna es desta mesma energia vital e a sua intera o com o campo energ tico dos seres humanos. Depois de feitas as necess rias corre es, poss vel solucionar ou melhorar problemas emocionais, financeiros, profissionais e de sa de. O simples fato de se alterar a cor de uma parede, reordenar a disposi o da mob lia ou colocar plantas naturais numa determinada posi o, poder melhorar substancialmente a condi o energ tica da nossa habita o e, consequentemente, de n's pr prios. Na sociedade moderna ocidental, o Feng Shui tornou-se uma alternativa v lida para um n mero cada vez mais maior de pessoas, dadas as mudan as reais que imprime nas suas vidas. As aplica es pr ticas nas reas do design de interiores/exteriores, arquitetura, desenho de jardins e urbanismo,'s o cada vez mais procuradas tanto por particulares, como por empresas. Terapeutas, arquitetos, engenheiros e designers poder o tamb m obter uma valoriza o profissional cada vez mais solicitada para a resolu o de problemas do dia-a-dia das pessoas.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781983015366
ISBN-10: 1983015369
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: May 31st, 2018
Pages: 78
Language: Portuguese

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