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Chinese Feng Shui Jewelry Basics – Understanding The Cultural Theory

Sep 3rd 2015 at 12:14 AM

Everything inFeng Shui has a purpose. This principle also applies to jewelry. In Chinese culture, materials and symbols contained real meanings.Chinese jade jewelry, for example, incorporates the values of the jade itself, as well as the spiritual symbolism of the material and the significance of the image(s) portrayed by the jewelry.

Jade is actually pretty good example – Jade is one of the traditional Chinese artistic materials, very highly valued for its aesthetics, but also attributed with significant spiritual values. The Jade Emperor, for example, is a senior deity in traditional Chinese beliefs.

Jade when used as a material for artworks is sometimes even considered to represent a person’s links with China, Imperial China, and more, depending on the nature of the specific jade work of art. Each piece has a particular value and meaning, sometimes simple, sometimes complex. Some types of jade make a musical note when struck, adding a further dimension to the interpretation of this type of jade.

If you’re getting the impression that exploring Chinese culture andFeng Shui can be a lot of fun and a truly fascinating experience, you’re absolutely right. Chinese jewelry, in fact, is one of the higher art forms, very much in context with the higher concepts of Chinese culture. It really is an extraordinarily interesting and often dazzling subject for study.

If you’re new to Feng Shui and Chinese culture, expect to have a lot of fun learning the meanings and history of Chinese symbols and icons. Whether it’sclear hanging crystal balls, Chinese red envelopes or otherFeng Shui or cultural products, it’s always fascinating.

To see first-hand a very broad spectrum of Chinese art, history and spiritual beliefs in their proper context, there’s a company called Feng Shui Import which has a spectacular range of both authentic Chinese products and educational materials. You can check out their website here at

A word of advice – To learn Chinese culture and Feng Shui takes time. Bookmark this site, and allow yourself enough time to fully explore and understand what you’re seeing. Expect a truly unique, very different, experience.

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