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The Essence of Water ~ New World Voice Publishing
Can the essence of water truly be felt simple by looking at a photograph?

Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese practice dating back somewhere between 2000 to 5000 years ago, ( “The words 'feng shui' literally translate as "wind-water"in English” ), is a practice that works with both clearing and enhancing energy. Feng Shui is used today by many of our modern day home decorators and designers.

Studies from modern day decorators, who practice the ancient Feng Shui style of clearing have shown that having water in the home or workplace helps enhance movement of stuck energy in various areas.

Through his own research, Robert Berman HA’a has come to learn that simply having a photo image of water can help create a perfect tool for enhancing energy, while also creating a powerful and beautiful Chi Energy to the area.”

The ancient ones and the indigenous people of today continue to hold a belief that having their photo taken would somehow take a piece of their soul from them. For this reason, many do not like having their photos taken. According to HA’a, “What actually happens when a photo is received ( rather than “taken” ), is that a reproduction takes place of the actual Energy or Chi field of that exact moment in time and place. Nothing is actually taken, it’s only duplicated.”

“When I first began showing my photography images of water to people, I witnessed people crying while observing the images. At first, I was not sure what to make of it. I thought that maybe they were crying because of the beautiful colors in the photos. Then I began to realize something else was happening.

“If we look at water, we can see that it teaches us how to move around obstacles. For example, if water comes upon a rock ~ the water does not wait for the rock to move, it simple moves right around the rock and continues its journey while being in the flow of life.”

It teaches us how to be in the flow of life and how to release ourselves from stuck energy. When we focus our attention on viewing a photo of water, we will actually experience the energy of the Chi in the photograph, either on a conscious or sub-conscious level.”

“It is important to note! ~ that which we focus upon, we become, and if we are placing our attention towards water, we then become aware of its energy. Water can teach us many great lessons, how to release and embrace movement, both of which are a basis of being healthy.”

Most of the images were done during his water ceremonies, while giving blessings to the water. The amazing qualities of colors in his work create a healing energy to the body, mind and spirit. Color is one of the easiest ways to shift the energy in your space with Feng Shui. For more information about color applications in Feng Shui, go to:

“Having a HA’a photo can definitely create peace and balance while enhancing the energies of healing and clearing.” New World Voice Publishing MH ~

Understanding Colors when choosing photographs

Yin Colors & Feng Shui

Yin colors, according to Feng Shui, are the colors that bring about healing and relaxation. The relation between colors and Feng Shui can be better understood with the following examples.

Blue: according to Feng Shui blue is calming and soothing. This color has great significance in Feng Shui as it reflects love as it heals and relaxes. Blue creates a feeling of peace and trust. Since it is the color of the sea and sky, Feng Shui associates it with adventure and exploration. Navy blue is the color of intellect and wisdom.

Black: in Feng Shui, black symbolizes money and income. Black is great for careers, (especially when combined with the element metal) It is the color of emotional protection and power.

Purple: purple lies at the end of the spectrum, and has a great significance in Feng Shui. The color is excellent for physical and mental healing and Feng Shui associates it with spiritual awareness.

White: in Feng Shui, the color white represents poise, confidence and purity. Because of its yin energy, Feng Shui uses this color mostly in combination with the elements gold or silver to generate ancalm atmosphere.

Yang Colors & Feng Shui

Yang colors, according to Feng Shui, tend to be combined with fire and wood elements. Feng Shui believes that these colors provide you with the enthusiasm and positive energy required to do something or be motivated. The description that Feng Shui provides for the following examples will help you use them to your advantage.

RED: Feng Shui Colors, when used properly, will bring the desired feng shui energy into your environment. Red color carries the energy of Fire element in feng shui. Fire has always been a symbol of divine energy and can be both destructive and creative. It represents the energy of sun and life. A balanced feng shui Fire Element in your home will bring joy, excitement and sexual desire.

Yellow: in Feng Shui, color yellow is considered to be as auspicious as red. Yellow represents sunbeams, warmth, motion, cheerfulness and friendliness. However, according to a noted Feng Shui color consultant, Mike Z. Wang prolonged exposure to large amounts of intense yellow can cause anxiety.

Orange: the high content of yang energy in the color orange has great significance for Feng Shui practice, as it strengthens your concentration. You might use this color when your creative well runs dry. In Feng Shui, orange is used to give you a sense of purpose. Orange is the color of organization.

Learn more about how to use Feng Shui in color

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