Tag Archives: Feng Shui Numbers

Zero

Without ZERO we would not be able to proceed to 10 but universally ZERO signifies an emptiness and is not considered lucky. ZERO can be seen as the potential for energy but it is so new that we can not … Continue reading

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Number Nine

The number NINE universally is about longevity. It is auspicious in the West and in the East. It is a Yang number and the Metal element (wealth and practicality). It is also considered the humanitarian number, having the courage and … Continue reading

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Number Eight

EIGHT is my personal favorite. It is the most visually balanced of the numbers and it represents success, power, wisdom, and wealth. In Feng Shui it is Yin and of the Wood element (growth and expansion). It is connected to … Continue reading

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Number Seven

With the number SEVEN we have a great difference in cultural interpretation. The number SEVEN has long been a lucky number in the West, often used in gambling and other games of chance. In Feng Shui it’s a Yang number … Continue reading

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Number Six

SIX is about comfort, caring and peace-loving. In Feng Shui it’s a Yin number, so there’s a softer energy but it’s still considered lucky. It’s associated with the Water element of communication and flow. It is also associated with discernment, … Continue reading

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Number Five

The number FIVE, like the number FOUR is seen differently in different cultures. Universally FIVE sits in the middle of the numbers and therefore has a sense of balance like a fulcrum has on a lever. The fulcrum can adjust … Continue reading

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Number Four

With the number FOUR we find our first real spilt when it comes to cultural interpretation. In the West we associate the number FOUR with the four compass directions, the four seasons, the four elements (In the West it’s earth, … Continue reading

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