The feng shui effect of doormats and doormats is quite strong, so homeowners need to know how to choose the right carpet.
Through color, it is possible to distinguish the properties of the five elements of each rug to choose from and use. Because you will choose the color of the carpet according to the five elements of the owner’s destiny; according to the direction of the house, the location of the room or the year of the house?
According to the feng shui Bat Trach, people of the Eastern age and the four parities in the West, Northwest, Southwest or Northeast directions are not suitable, it is necessary to spread doormats to neutralize evil spirits. Pars East and Four correspond to the five elements, namely Water – Moc – Fire (North – East – Southeast and South itself). When living or working in a house facing West and Northwest, they will do evil spirits Kim, Southwest and Northeast will do evil spirits of Earth.
Therefore, people with the zodiac signs East and Four belonging to the Kham (Water), Chan and Ton (Moc) signs, when living in a house with the door open in the West and Northwest (Kim) directions, they need to spread blue or gray. carpet inside the main door to neutralize; People with the sign of Dong Tu belonging to the sign of Ly (Fire) will spread out a red or purple carpet.
Those in the East and West belong to the Kham palace, the openings of the house in the South-West or North-East direction need to be covered with a white or dark yellow carpet to neutralize; Oriental people who belong to the zodiac Chan, Ton and Ly need to roll out the blue or green carpet.
The people in the West (Three – Kim) in the East direction are also not good. The house opens to the East and Southeast to do the evil spirit Moc, the people of the West par Tho (Can, Khon) spread the pink carpet to neutralize; Kim’s Tay Tu people (Doi, Can) spread out a white or dark yellow carpet. If the house opens to the South, lay a brown or yellow rug to neutralize it; The door opens on the north side with a brown carpet…
Some other feng shui views are based on the five elements (five elements of the year of birth) homeowners to choose the color of the mat, floor mats are generally correlated with the overall color of the interior.
For example, the owner of the house was born in 1975 (no matter male or female) the year five elements belong to Thuy (Dai Khe Thuy), mats and doormats are gray, ivory white, blue… Be careful, choose the color of the carpet which is suitable for the fifth year of the elements and the direction of the house.
In terms of interior decoration and assassination killings, it can be said that Huyen is not the most interested feng shui school. They believed that all killing intent was caused by the interaction between the five elements of the nine stars. When the stars in a nine-star system move and change their orbits in different directions, depending on the correlation between the five stellar elements and the five azimuth elements, killer (opposite) gas will appear. co-birth) or harmony (with the five elements).
For example, in 2021, the constellation Cu Mon is in the direction of the North, the owner of illness, disease, and unforeseen events. Since the five elements of Saturn belong to Saturn, carving out the five elements in the direction of the North is Water, so a killer gas is born. Doormats should use gray, ivory, and beige to neutralize. Other methods are also solved by the same method. In 2022, the star Nhat Bach Lam will be towards the North. The five elements of the star and the five elements of the direction of reciprocal coexistence (Aquatic Wood) should point to the opening of the house in the North direction, which will have a lot of vitality, so that a carpet of a suitable color will increase prosperity…
All views make sense if you apply the principle of engraving the birth of the five elements correctly. But in reality many problems arise, especially when families, agencies and units have many different people and do not have the same or harmonious reciprocal relationship in terms of the five elements, feng shui parity. It can be hard to come to terms when everyone wants to have a rug that is appropriate and useful for their age; If a house or office has many rooms, it is very easy to have a situation where everyone has their own style, the whole space will be like the colorful picture made by doormats and doormats.
To solve this problem, first of all, it is necessary to ensure that the five-element year does not affect the air system of the house. That is, it is impossible to take a person’s life from these five elements as the basis for calculating and designing feng shui.
Homeowners also need to distinguish the role of carpet when using. Door mats work primarily to prevent the formation of killer gases or to neutralize outside killer gases from entering interior spaces through the door system. Instead, the carpet should be placed in relation to the overall interior structure, furniture in the home and office.
When choosing a mat, apply the Huyen Khong principle, and at the same time take the main goal of neutralizing the evil spirit of the star that shines towards the house in that year. For example, in 2022, the star Luc Bach Vu Khuc will shine towards the northwest. The five elements of Venus are in harmony with the five elements of direction (also in Kim). Luc Bach mastered meritocracy, great wealth (big gain) and mandarin fortune. The opening of the house in this direction should be carpeted in gray, ivory or navy blue to increase prosperity.
For floor mats, it is necessary to apply the Bat Trach principle, so that the air is in peace so that evil spirits cannot enter. Choose a carpet color that blends with Earth’s Fire or Earth’s Metal as the main color, thus creating a feeling of comfort, calm, solidity, and stability in the interior of the room. Should choose the following tones: dark brown, red brown, mahogany color, wing color paste, yellow brown, lemon yellow, powder pink, dark red; great disdain for tacky tones or mixed colors. This is the principle of choosing a carpet that is suitable for all ages and directions of the house.
Cultural researcher Pham Dinh Hai