Feng shui

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Feng shui (simplified Chinese: 风水; traditional Chinese: 風水) is a Chinese system of luck. It has to do with the laws which help one improve luck.

Feng shui means "wind and water" in Chinese. Invented by the Taoist a lot of people use it in their every day lives. Feng Shui has five basic elements they are Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood. They are set up in a specific way so that it shows Fire makes Earth, Earth creates Metal, Metal holds Water, Water nurtures Wood, and Wood feeds Fire. Also, Earth dams Water, Water extinguishes Fire, Fire melts Metal, Metal cuts Wood, and Wood consumes Earth

There are multiple Feng Shui schools such as "The Western School of Feng Shui" and "The American Feng Shui Institute"