The Chinese element Water is called Shui in Chinese, and it is a very important one among the feng shui elements. The name feng shui itself contains its name, meaning wind and water. Water is essential for living. Water is considered as cleansing agent in Chinese astrology and it also tends to govern all forms of travel and communications. It represents art, learning and media. Water symbolizes emotions or intensity of emotions. It can be quiet or violent.
People born under the influence of the Chinese element Water are likely to behave with the assured fluidity of a river, affecting the surroundings with their strength and calmness. These people are philosophical, intellectual and creative. They like to take up multiple professions. They are diplomatic and instinctive. They like to keep secrets to themselves only. These people are highly emotional and fluent. They possess strong intuitions or spiritual powers. Water people are often good communicators and they have the ability to influence others. They are really good with subtle persuasion. They have some magnetic touch in their communication that enables them to easily get someone's confidence and affection. They can effortlessly make people follow them almost anywhere without being aggressive or irritating. They have the ability to make others feel extremely special by praising each one's unique abilities. They can utilize others effectively to achieve their own goals.
Water people are too flexible and calm. These are the qualities that make them so attractive, but they also make them vulnerable to pessimism. These people can easily be molded into whatever shape or qualities someone wants them to be. Others can easily block their energies.
The colors of Water are black and blue. The element of Water is represented by any uneven or wavy shape. Aquariums, fountains, tinkling bells they all symbolize Water element. The Water people should avoid going to water-laden places.