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Water is the element that represents midnight, winter, the north and the colors black and deep blue. In Feng Shui, Water is linked to your career and life path ~ both the journey and the destination.
Colorado River ~ Water is both gentle and unwavering.  It can softly lap against the shoreline and erode the most immovable of mountains on its journey to the sea.

Colorado River ~ Water is both gentle and unwavering. It can softly lap against the shoreline and erode the most immovable of mountains on its journey to the sea.

The power of water. Water Cuts Rock - waterfall in Southern Utah - named a Photo of the Year on MyParkPhotos.com

The power of water. Water Cuts Rock - waterfall in Southern Utah - named a Photo of the Year on MyParkPhotos.com

Yin Water is peaceful, still and reflective.  It's power lies beneath the surface where it slowly erodes the strongest of barriers.

Yin Water is peaceful, still and reflective. It's power lies beneath the surface where it slowly erodes the strongest of barriers.

Yang Water is powerful, fast moving, tumultuous and unforgiving.  It can change an entire coastline and recede just as quickly.

Yang Water is powerful, fast moving, tumultuous and unforgiving. It can change an entire coastline and recede just as quickly.

Day is done #sunset #evening #waterchi #fengshuiflorida #tarponsprings

Day is done #sunset #evening #waterchi #fengshuiflorida #tarponsprings

Water is a very powerful element in feng shui and can help us navigate life's journey

Water is a very powerful element in feng shui and can help us navigate life's journey


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Early autumn is the season of the Earth element in Feng Shui.  The yang energy of summer is waning as nature prepares for winter.

Early autumn is the season of the Earth element in Feng Shui. The yang energy of summer is waning as nature prepares for winter.

The Egyptian Temple of Dendur (Photo: Brooks Walker/Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

The Egyptian Temple of Dendur (Photo: Brooks Walker/Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Grand Central Terminal, NYC

Grand Central Terminal, NYC

Yesterday and tomorrow #havana #cuba #nosepianecessary @hiphavana

Yesterday and tomorrow #havana #cuba #nosepianecessary @hiphavana

Tiffany window at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tiffany window at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Home. Did you know it takes a saguaro cactus 70 years to grow it's first arm? This beautiful thing has seen many moons.

Home. Did you know it takes a saguaro cactus 70 years to grow it's first arm? This beautiful thing has seen many moons.