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Monday, July 20, 2015

Two Paintings of Water Near Entrance on either side symbolism and Feng Shui

Water paintings near entrances are so soothing , large water falls, fishes and tanks, pools of blue and vast seascapes of turquoise waters. Most people love to hang large sized original water paintings in the living room. And it so happens that after reading some posts on feng shui, that water is wealth, near the entrances it will attract good luck and wealth.
"My Golden Ship Of Prosperity" Rizwana A.Mundewadi
What can go wrong with hanging water paintings near entrances-
1) Large sized water falls in paintings, even worlds largest water falls, Niagra falls,  can wash away your wealth, health and peace of mind. It gives a feeling to the viewer of drowning in the waters.
2) Dirty water puddles, in paintings or swimming pools with water in paintings indicate restricted wealth.
3) Very small stream of flowing water in paintings indicate less incoming wealth, sometimes just making both ends meet financially and no progress.
4) Dark night and water paintings with dark black backgrounds and night indicate , back door success, and yin energy.
5) Two paintings of water flowing  on both sides of entrances indicate tears and leads to imbalance in energy coming in. So even if it is your wealth sector it also affects relationships especially marital,  adversely.
"Happy Spaces" Oil on canvas Painting by Rizwana A.Mundewadi
Check and use your feng shui cures judiciously , hoping this helps!
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