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Wood, the strength of a tree or the gentleness of a flower. Scrub good fortune all over your body. The art and science of Feng Shui [literally wind and water] dates back over 5,000 years to ancient China. The theoretical basis of Feng Shui revolves around five elements: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood. Through Feng Shui, the correct placement and arrangement of objects representing these elements balances and optimizes the harmonious flow of qi [life force], so as to affect personal relationships, careers, wealth, and ultimately, health. Ultimately, Feng Shui can mean different things to different people. But please note that it does not contradict any religious, cultural or traditional beliefs. Color: Green, Symbolizes: Material and spiritual growth. The Human Element: Wood people are outgoing, energetic, artistic, and work with commitment. Geomancy: Use the wood element in the east to inspire optimism for the future. The southeast part of your living space is also dominated by the wood element and is associated with creativity and the acclamation of wealth. Good Fortune: Just as water nourishes wood, the combination of the blue water element with the wood element results in good fortune. Care Hint: For good fortune, hang to dry in the east or southeast of your shower or bathroom. Product of China.