Feng Shui bamboo fountain and the full dept of its relationship with ancient Chinese philosophy is something I could not hope to cover everything about on this site.
However, I can provide guides to some of the benefits it can bring to your home and life.
The following article was written by Amy who is a fountain artist and designer.
A water fountain is one of the most popular applications in home decor and combines two auspicious elements: bamboo and water.
Bamboo is considered to be one of the most auspicious elements in traditional Asian cultures. Symbolically, it stands for longevity, friendship, diligence, and adaptableness. In Japanese culture, surrounding many shrines, mainly because it is believed that the plants sacredness keeps the evil spirits away.
Water represents creativity and passion. It is associated with three astrological signs: Pisces, Cancer, and Scorpio. Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese art of creating spaces that are filled with harmony and peace, literally means “wind-water”.
In western culture, moving water is associated with money (e.g. cash flow, slush fund, liquid assets, bank (i.e. river).
Having water and bamboo in just one combined focal point, such as with a Feng Shui fountain, will synergize the feng shui power. This makes the fountain a very powerful feng shui element for your indoors or your garden. Here are the top five feng shui applications of a fountain:
An indoor fountain makes an excellent indoor home decor element as well as powerful feng shui focal point.
Amy invites you to browse unique and handmade collection of water fountains at the Tabletop Fountain Store where you would find vibrant collection of indoor fountains as well as a collection for your gardens.
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Also see Feng Shui Bamboo