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How To Feng Shui Your Car for Safer Driving

Feng Shui CarYou can employ the five-elemental creative and destructive cycles to your car in order to balance your personal chi, avoid accidents and get to places on time. When you employ the five-elemental cycle color scheme, you'll want to use three different colors: the carpet, upholstery and ceiling for the creative cycle, and the ceiling, upholstery and carpet for the destructive cycle.

It may be hard to find a car with the carpeting and ceiling in two different colors. Car mats that cover the bulk of the car's floor can easily change the color -- and chi -- of your car's interior.

Remember: the destructive cycle doesn't mean you'll get into accidents in your car; it's just another way of employing the five-elemental color scheme.

Here are some possible color schemes for cars based on the elemental cycles:

Creative Cycle Color Schemes:


Ceiling: gray/black
Upholstery: white
Carpet: tan/brown/orange/yellow

Ceiling: blue/green
Upholstery: gray/black
Carpet: white

Ceiling: red
Upholstery: gray/black
Carpet: white

Ceiling: tan/brown
Upholstery: red
Carpet: blue/green

Ceiling: white
Upholstery: tan/brown
Carpet: red

Destructive Cycle:

Ceiling: red
Upholstery: white
Carpet: blue/green

Ceiling: white
Upholstery: blue/green
Carpet: tan/brown

Ceiling: blue/green
Upholstery: tan/brown
Carpet: gray/black

Ceiling: tan/brown
Upholstery: gray/black
Carpet: red

Ceiling: gray/black
Upholstery: red
Carpet: white

A Feng Shui Car to Fit Your Personality

You'll notice the exterior isn't factored into the elemental cycle color scheme. The interior of a car will have far more effect on your chi than the car's exterior -- although you should also consider the exterior because of how it will affect others.

For instance, people who are easily excitable, “type-A” personalities, and perhaps prone to speeding, should avoid cars with red interiors, as that bright, fiery color will only encourage their lead foot. Likewise, a car with a red exterior is more likely to attract attention (and get tickets, according to studies.)

A black or gray car is associated with water and will balance the driver's chi, while also being far less conspicuous on the road. The perfect car for someone with an abundance of “fire” in their personality would be a gray car with black upholstery, or the reverse.

On the other hand, someone with a laid back personality, who might be slow to react, would enhance his chi and avoid accidents by driving a car with a red interior -- the color would wake the person up behind the wheel. Green, which is the color of wood, fuels fire, so that is another auspicious color for someone wishing to enhance the element of fire in his personality while driving.

If you haven't been getting desirable results while driving, if you've gotten into a lot of accidents recently, constantly arrive late to appointments, or get a lot of tickets, consider whether the Feng Shui colors in your car are complementing your personality and your chi or working against it.


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