Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art more than 3,000 years old. It is a system of laws to attract and improve the positive energies around your building, home or work space, and in this article we will offer some tips that will help you achieve that.
Start by making a small test to know which rooms of your house have an optimized Feng Shui.
Ask yourself, in which rooms do you just feel good, and could spend hours. Which rooms of your house do you completely ignore? They might too messy or you just don’t feel comfortable there.
The rooms that you neglect, you should work on. It is very important that the whole house is in harmony. If there are too many objects, get rid of them, if it is too dark, light it up etc.
The three most important rooms in your house are: The entryway, it is where the Chi energy comes inside your house. The kitchen is where you create health for the home, and the master bedroom is where you enhance your physical, mental and emotional well-being. These areas form the “trinity” of where your Feng Shui will thrive.
- Add a fountain inside your home. Water symbolizes money, make it flow inside your home.
- Since water is money, always keep your bathroom doors closed since this is where water goes out of the house.
- Keep your home entrance clear! This is the entry way of the Chi, and we do not want anything blocking or interfering with it.
- Get rid or fix anything broken, to reduce your anxiety and frustration.
- Add plants in your bedroom. Plants are life. Add energy by simply adding plants.
- Place your bed in the “Command” position, meaning facing the entrance and the headboard against a wall. This will give you a sense of security.
- No TV in the bedroom! All electronics drain energy from the body.
- Add mirrors! They bring life and reflect the beauty of the room. Also, they bring depth to space, making you feel like the room is larger and giving you more space to breath.
- However, no mirrors in your kitchen! Mirrors enhance the fire element, which can cause an imbalance of energies in your life.
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