The Feng Shui theory, once heard in China, is now firmly placed on the world's music scene. Based on the theories of the Yi Ching and Chinese Five Tones, this Feng Shui music is designed to help people improve their life through the energy released from the sound of music. The proper cycle of arrangement of the five elements generates productive Qi (Chi) circulation in human body and for an living environment. Each element is related to one of the five tones of traditional Chinese music. The combination of corresponding elements and tones can release a powerful energy that opens the door to a new world of health, luck and happiness.
Dragon represents "the god of the east, " associated with the element
of wood and with "chueh" of the five Chinese tones. The music, based on
the old music of opulent eastern China, releases the nourishing energy of wood.
Tiger represents "the god of the west," associated with the element of metal and with "shang" of the five Chinese tones. The music if forceful and energizing, full of productive energy which keeps away evil spirits, alters ill fortunes, and brings good luck to your household. Sample
Phoenix represents "the god of the south," associated with the element of fire and with "jyy" of the five Chinese tones. The music is lively and releaxing, and is believed to be beneficial for the heart and blood circulation.
Tortoise represents "the god of the south," associated with the element of water and with "u" of the five Chinese tones. It is believed that its soothing and tender music can soften one's excitable temperament, create possibilities for wealth, and prevent fatal dryness caused by an excess of the metal element.
Serpent represents "the god of the center," associated with the element of earth and with "kung" of the five Chinese tones. The music reflects the terrestrial characteristics of earth and is believed to have therapeutic functions for people lacking earth energy.
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