Hanging calligraphy works in the office not only shoulders the responsibility of Feng Shui layout, but also highlights corporate culture. There are eight reasons for this:
Firstly, the ink in calligraphy is black. Black represents the information of "water" in the Five Elements, where water dominates wealth and all aquatic creatures can thrive when hung in a favorable position
Secondly, the Chinese characters in calligraphy are equivalent to the Taoist "talisman", and the principle of "Qu generates good fortune, while Zhi generates evil" can be used to make corresponding layouts using regular script, running script, official script, seal script, and cursive script
Thirdly, calligraphy works can be specially created based on the master's destiny, fate, and environment, and can be planned through poetry, lyrics, Yi Gua, Yao Ci, or Buddhist scriptures, with the function of supplementing energy with the environment. Good poetry, like Buddhist scriptures and incantations, plays an incredible role in regulating the owner's psychology
Fourthly, calligraphy attaches great importance to the formation and layout of works, which is in line with the Feng Shui layout and formation, and can be coordinated and utilized to complement each other
Fifthly, calligraphy is the essence of culture. The inscriptions of celebrities can raise the value of the hero, add cultural color and improve the reputation of the unit
6. Good calligraphy works not only benefit the protagonist, but also educate everyone who sees the work, improve their quality, and add interest
Seventh, adjusting and selecting feng shui. Many masters often use the placement of the god of wealth, such as bodhisattvas, bronze art, crystals, gourds, and other feng shui pieces. The application of calligraphy far exceeds this, and there is no superstitious color. Therefore, adding feng shui to calligraphy can be called feng shui art
Eight, calligraphy creation should avoid playing tricks, such as upside down writing, hair writing, left and right handwriting, qigong writing, finger writing, and works. Because a good work embodies the wisdom and dedication of both the calligrapher and the creator.
In short, calligraphy conveys four major messages to people: wealth, officialdom, popularity, and longevity, known as the unity of the four elements, which elevates calligraphy to a higher level. Calligraphy is a natural form that utilizes the yin, yang, and five elements of Chinese Yi studies; Reconcile the balance of yin and yang and the five elements. Calligraphy plays an important role in harmonizing the feng shui of the Book of Changes, so it is not only a highly collectible calligraphy work, but also a top-notch product for regulating the layout of the master's feng shui.