Water Element in Feng Shui = Opportunity, Prosperity, Wealth and Career Prospects and More…

The water element (shui) is the second most important element in feng shui after air element (wind). In the five element theory, the water element is first in the creative cycle. Life starts with water. Water covers about 80% of the Earth (it should be called the Water, not the Earth). Our bodies are mostly made of water. Humans can’t live for long without water. Water is key to everything from our bodies, to transport, to prosperity and opportunities in general. Countries, cities and towns with access to water or rivers thrive more than the ones which don’t have that environmental feature.

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Water Element in Feng Shui = Opportunity, Prosperity, Wealth and Career Prospects and More…
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Chinese are the most materialistic people in the world according to the IPSOS survey

IPSOS Global Attitudes on Materialism, Finances and Family Survey 2013

IPSOS Global Attitudes on Materialism, Finances and Family Survey 2013

71 percent of Chinese measure their success by the things they own, which is significantly higher than any other nation in the world, a new IPSOS survey on Global Attitudes on Materialism, Finances and Family revealed which was conducted across 20 countries. Indians are the second most materialistic people in the world – 58 percent of Indians measure their success by the things they own. Turkey, Brazil, South Korea and Poland round out the top six on the list for the most materialistic countries. Great Britain ranks at the 18th place with 16% of British measuring their success by the things they own. Swedish people are the least materialistic from all those 20 countries which were surveyed. The Chinese are also the most likely to feel a lot of pressure to be successful and make money. Does this explain why feng shui originates in China? We don’t know how important material success was to Chinese 4000 years ago though, when feng shui was first developed. But a big part of modern feng shui is designed for material and financial success.

 

Chinese are the most materialistic people in the world according to the IPSOS survey
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