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Feng Shui 101|
by Stacy Baker
Arthritis Today, March-April, 2002
If you sleep well in blue-painted rooms, become energetic in yellow ones or just don't feel right in certain areas of your home, you're experiencing what the Asian culture has been talking about for 2,000 years. Feng Shui, the Asian art of object placement and color, promotes working with your surroundings to bring harmony into your environment.
"Feng Shui addresses specific areas of the body because each area is related to different areas of your home, with the center of the home related to overall balance, health included," says Susan Pildis, co-director of The New England School of Feng Shui in Chesire, Conn., who specializes in helping people with health issues.
Pildis emphasizes that Feng Shui is best used simultaneously with other traditional and alternative treatments.
Here are some ways to incorporate Feng Shui into your life to help ease health-related problems.
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