Peonia Gaia’s designs are all based on the Design Principles of Peonia Holdings, among which Feng Shui brings the greatest visual vibrancy.

To define Feng Shui, let us use the words of one of the greatest living Feng Shui masters (and our mentor), Marie Diamond.

"The first place of being in your highest self and your full potential is where you live, not somewhere out there."
Marie Diamond, Feng Shui master and autho of Mindvalley's Feng Shui for Life Quest.

This ancient Chinese practice has its roots in early Taoism and has since then spread around the world. The word “Feng Shui” means “the way of wind and water.”

At its core, Feng Shui is a system of auspiciously arranging buildings, objects, and space to bring harmony and balance with the natural flow of energy, known as qi (or chi). It also incorporates the simple idea that you’re not just your mind or body, but that you’re also your environment.

Simply put, you pick up on the energy in your surroundings, especially in your home and workplace. These are the areas you spend a lot of your time in. And whatever it is you see when you’re in that space, you are subconsciously connecting with its energy, even if you don’t realize it.

Research also shows how important your surrounding environment is to your well-being. For example, the findings of a study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology shows a person’s housing, neighborhood, and surrounding community play a role in their well-being. And given how much time you spend at work as an adult, let’s not forget that making your workplace a positive environment plays a significant role in your mental health.

That’s why it’s important that you put the right things, your goals and life vision, in the right places and the right directions in your home and office.