Your home is a temple of happiness. A place where you can be yourself. And by following a few ancient Chinese principles of Feng Shui, you can invite positive vibes into your life. Feng Shui being one of the largely followed practice across the world.
Feng shui is a Chinese philosophical system of harmonising everyone with the surrounding environment. It is closely linked to Taoism, Feng Shui literally, translates to ‘wind and water’. This school of thought is governed by ‘Chi’, the life-force energy that flows through your dwelling, creating positive vibes wherever it flows freely. If you have seen Kung Fu Panda 3 you know what we are talking about. 😉
Here are a few suggestive tips to get you started on, if your belief system includes Feng Shui.
Style Your Front Door Entry
According to Feng Shui, the front door entry or the front gate or the path connecting the two shouldn’t have any obstacles in the way. The name and number plate should be shown clearly and it is believed that it is important to put it up clearly, so that the universal energies can find and bless you.
Get rid of stuff that you haven’t used in a year, especially things that are broken or hold sad memories for you – they are triggers for obstructing the flow of positive energy in your home.
Let There be Light
Open all doors and windows daily to allow light and air to re-energize your home. Dimly-lit areas are said to stagnate energy and create ill-health for the residents.
While neutral colours might be in fashion now, according to Feng Shui your home needs more energizing colours. Go for warm colours like soft yellow or soft greens as they represent nature and promote growth and vitality.
Importance of Water and Indoor plants
Plants bring in a splash of vibrant greenery into your living space garnering positive energy that is believed to usher in prosperity. They also nurture your health as they purify the indoor air. The sound of moving water is also soothing to the senses and a fountain or a small fish bowl is ideal for improving the well-being of the resident, according to Feng Shui.
Place them right
Position your furniture in such a way that it doesn’t face away from the door. Correct positioning of furniture keeps you feeling comfortable, safe and secure.
These are some easy tips that you can give a try today.
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