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วันศุกร์ที่ 13 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2560

Why purple is your new favourite colour this Chinese New Year

Why purple is your new favourite colour this Chinese New Year
- But purple – or “dzi sik” in Cantonese – is also a popular colour. In fact, feng shui masters often recommend that we place purple objects or wear purple clothing as an auspicious hue for the moment. They say the colour purple attracts luck, wealth and fame.
Purple is an admired hue in feng shui, and is often used to tap into good energy – or “qi” – if we’re looking to bring abundance and prosperity into our lives. The colour is linked to spiritual awareness, as well as mental and physical healing.