What do you think about Pink?
Of all the colors on the Feng Shui Bagua Map, Pink carries the most baggage as a shade that’s associated with femininity, and even girlishness.
Pink can definitely be difficult to integrate into certain styles of decor, and from a Feng Shui standpoint you certainly don’t have to use it if you don’t wish to.
(Remember, Feng Shui is a set of Tools, Not Rules!)
Whatever you think about Pink, you may wish to reconsider its merits once you’re aware of its uses in Feng Shui.
Pink is the color that’s most closely associated with the Marriage & Relationship sector of the Bagua.
- It evokes the warm, nurturing and motherly aspect of Feng Shui.
- Pink is associated with your bedroom, wherever it may be located in your home.
- Pink activates your Intention to care deeply for yourself in intimacy and trust.
- And of course it activates and anchors the energy of romantic relationships, whether you are happily involved with someone or seeking romantic happiness.
There’s a wide variety of shades of Pink to draw on.
Bring on the Pink when you’re looking to activate the energy of Mother Earth and all the soul-supporting nourishment she has to offer.
Since Pink is perhaps most easily integrated into bedroom decor, how about a simple Pink candle to set the mood there, or a beautiful bouquet of silk flowers for a more lively form of Chi?
Think Pink 🙂 !