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Feng Shui Creative Design at the World’s Tallest Twin Towers 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Let Feng Shui bring you barrows of luck and money.

Feng Shui are Chinese words for Wind and Water. It is the practice of using spatial arrangements to accomplish harmony in the environment, design and thus bring you good health, wealth and happiness. Feng Shui needs co-operation from architecture design, interior furnishings and decorations in order to bring out the best compliments from the astronomy, geomagnetism, space and weather.

We can harness invisible energy, called ch’i (Pronounced as chee) by placing flowing water in our environment. Water is the symbolic and metaphorical source of energy. Even the human body is comprised of 70% water. If you need invisible energy, introduce slow moving water into your environment. This facilitates the accumulation of ch’i, the invisible energy.

The audible impact of a water source like a fountain is to produce soothing sounds. According to Feng Shui design, this brings positive energy into your environment. To accumulate ch’i indoors, an indoor water fountain can be used. Options for the outdoor water pools include garden fountains.

Feng Shui design at the World's Tallest Twin Towers

In Southeast Asia’s countries like Malaysia and Singapore, many commercial buildings design have at least one outdoor water fountain. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of West Malaysia, has a famous landmark called The Petronas Twin Towers. At the last news in 2004, they held the record for the world’s tallest twin towers. It will be fast dethroned when the Burj Dubai, in Dubai, U.A.E., is completed in the future. The Petronas Twin Towers house a huge shopping mall, The Suria KLCC, on its lower six levels. The Suria KLCC is one of the biggest shopping malls in Malaysia and aims to attract a huge slice of economy for local businesses.

The architects are undoubtedly modern industrialists but saw no harm incorporating water features to add aesthetics and harness whatever energies or luck to help the prosperity of the tenants of The Petronas Twin Towers.

At the base of the Towers, there is a huge pond of stagnant water to accumulate ch’i. At the center, a circle of small water fountains encompass a huge fountain that sprouts up a magnificent spray of water. It is a breathtaking sight. Hundreds of visitors congregate around this fountain to partake its beauty, tranquility and unconsciously absorb some ch’i. [picture]

At one of the many side doors of The Petronas Twin Towers, there is another smaller pool of stagnant water to collect ch’i. This has a row of small fountains to keep the energy circulating. As far as visitors can tell, Feng Shui seems to contribute to the economy of The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, West Malaysia.

Hundreds of visitors congregate around this fountain to partake its beauty, tranquility and unconsciously absorb some ch’i Design.

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