Feng Shui

Feng Shui


The ancient Chinese discipline of Feng shui practice dates back over 3,500+ years. Feng shui literally means "wind and water." Itʻs philosophy seeks to promote prosperity, good health, and general well being by examining how energy (Qi, or chi, pronounced “chee,") flows through a particular room, house, building, or garden. The areas of your life are represented by specific colors.


According to the yin and yang theory, everything in the universe consists of two opposing, but interconnected, forces: yin, which is feminine, and yang, which is masculine. In Feng Shui principles, it is the appropriate interaction of these two forces that creates harmony around you, and by balancing both yin and yang in your home and office, you will create the positive energy you need to attract wealth, harmony, and love into your life.

  • Sun Catchers

    Feng Shui, an ancient art of placement reveals an easy yet remarkable system to harmonize your environment. All represent various color energies to harmonize and balance specific areas in your home or office.

    • Ohana (family) - Place green or blue colors in the East area for Health & Family = Strength
    • Aloha (love) - Place red, pink or white colors in the Southwest area for Love & Relationships = Receptivity 

    • Hoʻowaiwai (prosperity) - Place purple, green or gold colors in the Southeast area for Wealth & Prosperity = Gratitude

    • Pono (center, chi) - Place yellow, brown or orange colors in the Center area for Balance & Well-being  =  Grounding

    All sun catchers feature a highest brilliance, flawless optical purity crystal prism.