Top tips to Feng Shui your home
Ok, so hands up who’s heard of Feng Shui and have no idea what it means, or maybe you know what means but have no clue how to use it?
Well, the good news is that’s it’s not complicated to use at all. The ancient Chinese started using Feng Shui centuries ago to promote health, wealth and happiness within their buildings, and it continues today and is now extremely widespread across western civilization. It’s getting more and more popular to use feng shui to cleanse your new home from previous owners and banish negatively and bring in good, positive energy.
So what is it Feng Shui and how can it benefit your home?
Feng Shui releases negativity from your house and life. It opens up a whole new space within you for positive thoughts, love, contentment and prosperity and it involves the re-positioning of objects in your home to promote good energy, love, health wealth and happiness. Each area of your home is already dedicated to areas of your life such as, health, prosperity, love, luck, money etc.
Here are our top tips on how to use Feng Shui with
in your home:
Clear Out Your Clutter
Get rid of everything you do not love in your house. Clutter clearing is a process that will feel like therapy and it will help you.
Once the clutter is removed it’s easier to keep your home clean.
Keep the lid down!
Leaving the lid open on your toilets lets a lot of ch’i escape. The problem is magnified if your bathroom happens to be located in the Wealth or Love & Relationship Areas.
Flowers are food for the soul. Fresh blossoms have a magical effect on a space…they bring beauty, colour, and scent to any room which immediately uplifts your spirits and your Feng Shui.
Home cooked food
In Feng Shui terms, the cooker represents the heart of the household and the ability to attract health and wealth to us. So leave the take aways for a minute and get that stove burning!
Headboards & your bed
How you place your bed is extremely important for optimum rest and peace of mind. Make sure the headboard of your bed is not placed on the same wall as your doorway to the bedroom. If this is the only option available to you, it is advisable to add a mirror to the opposite wall so that you may see who is entering the room while you are lying in bed.
These are just a few of the basics, so to get the most out of Feng Shui principles, find out what areas of your home represent which areas of your life. You can do this by looking up Feng Shui Bagua online to help you. You can also contact a Feng Shui professional to help you too.
Visit theinteriordesignexpert.com for more interior design advice.