Daily US Times, China: How China Builds? I don’t know if this video is real or fake. But I do know that this video is worth your time.
See I have just arrived in a city called Hangzhou in China. But this city has buildings that are a little bit different.
One building is shaped like the Sun another is shaped like the moon and another is shaped like six people holding hands from above.
The first thing on your mind is why these shapes? See in China people believe in good energy. Good energy brings success bad energy brings failure.
And these Chinese buildings are built in a way to increase good energy and kill bad energy.
They put the Sun and the moon here to attract the rivers good energy.
Which in turn flows through them towards another building designed like six people holding hands to receive this energy and beam it across the entire city.
What is Fung Shui?
In other words, China spent a billion dollars on buildings designed to invite the invisible good energy from the river to the rest of the city.
This is not big news. This is Fung Shui. It’s an old Chinese belief that the positioning of objects can influence the energy of a place.
The more good energy the better our lives are and in Hangzhou, Fung Shui seems to be working.
Hangzhou has become one of the fastest-growing cities in the world and many believe it’s because of the city design.
Shopping malls are built under the energy flow, so it brings more business and buildings are built with holes, so energy flows through them.
Fung Shui exists not just in China but all over the world. You can see it in the Singapore skyline, you can see it in the Hong Kong skyline and you can even see it in your room.
Many people design their rooms according to Fung Shui. The placement of your bed, Mirror, TV, window, sofa, and souvenirs are all placed in a very specific way.
So that when you come home after a long workday. You instantly feel the good energy if there’s anything we can learn from the Chinese.
It’s that good energy matters. We all need more of it in our lives from our friends, from our living rooms and even from our buildings.
How China Builds
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