Oh, I love these types of questions! Let's talk color, form and the nuances of aesthetic all day! It makes the once upon time art major in me jump for joy.
Technique can be learned easily. You can apply feng shui methodically as with any instruction based science. What your question points to is the art of it. Your question is of the personal realm, the realm of observing our world and its effects on us. Let's play a little:
Imagine an autumn evening. See before you a setting sun. As it approaches the horizon, the sun bathes the earth in a warm golden light, illuminating the pale hay colored blades of late fall. Gone are the vibrant young cool greens of spring. The trees are ablaze with their firey leafy vestiges of blazing reds and rich orange tones. Notice the soft hues of the sky, a beautiful dusky rose accented by a peaceful mauve and a cool pale blue. Soon the world will be pummeled by winter's icy touch, splashing the world in cold snowy blue-whites and crisp pink morning sunrises. In nature we can witness a whole variety of color. What is your experience of what you witness and perceive? In this imaginary scene we can find color that makes us feel warm, colors like the heat of fire, colors that are cooling and downright icy ones too.
Typically warm colors will have more yellow, gold or rusty reddish undertones while cool colors will come from a family of blue, neutral colors are actually closer to the family of warmer colors.
Earth tones are your more muted rich land like colors. Think a field after harvest or the colors of the southwest earth. Beiges, straw colors, dusty rusty reds, muted oranges
Fire colors: jewel tones, think vibrant reds, bright pure oranges, loud yellows
Water colors: deep rich blues, aqua greens, ultramarine, purples with a lot of blue to them. Next time you're by a large body of water, notice all the various colors that are represented in the depth of those churning waters.
Metal colors: sharp, piercing golds, silvers, metallic whites brassy yellows
Wood colors: think of a forest, variations of spring greens, deep evergreens, hues of chocolatey browns and rich deep coffee colored browns.
Wow, how does one verbalize a visual and kinesthetic symbiosis- See the thing and have the feeling or warmth or coolness? Ulitmately that's what you are observing in yourself.
All the best!