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When two people live together frictions are bound to arise. They may be strong or less, but friction is definitely possible.
Just imagine a tidy person and a messy one sharing the roof. Adapting control over the other person would lead a person nowhere. Both need to let the other person be. Yet they have to keep the situation tolerable. Even if each has their own space according to their needs, the common place is plausible for agitation. Compromising is the best possible solution in this situation. It helps us to both survive and thrive. Such compromise is accessible through feng shui. If there is a misunderstanding about how the toothpaste tube should be squeezed, the solution would be to buy two tubes.
Feng shui has both the constructive and destructive circles. It should be used in the right method as prescribed by a feng shui expert. Feng shui helps to heal a breakdown of communication with a family member. The right ba gua location should be found and wood, which is the family element, should be represented there. Wooden wind chimes also promote family compatibility and understanding. In the garden, a well cared flower bed would rejuvenate inactive relations.
You should give priority to your favorable directions. Once you know them, choose the one that best fits in your bedroom. There is no perfect room to place the bed and it is not always possible to consider main guidelines such as not to face the door etc.
Feng Shui is an ancient system of balancing the good and bad, the Yin & the Yang. This Chinese philosophy believes that the arrangement and positioning of things in our surroundings can affect the flow of energy, which can produce either a favourable or unfavourable effect on one’s health and wealth.
According to Feng Shui beliefs, you need to put a pair of dogs in front of your front door for them to guard your home or business against bad elements. This would overthrow the ideas you have imagined for your clients residential home in the city. They’re Chinese and they follow these traditions and beliefs rigidly. Would you change your design ideas just to please their traditions? Or would you try to persuade them to do otherwise?
There is a way to compromise. Always. The client needs to get what they want and they want those dogs. You are not in the position to change that. But you, as a designer, have an ample amount of creativity and ideas to go around and get what your client wants. That is the challenge.
Every time you are about to walk through that door to meet your client, stop and think. Do you have more than enough of compromise ideas to make it a win-win situation between you and your client?