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3 Feng Shui Tips For Living

3 Feng Shui Tips For Living

What is Feng Shui 

Feng shui is the Chinese practice of trying to create balance with the natural world in our interior spaces. It uses energy forces to create harmony between an individual and their environment.

1. Add a water fountain or aquarium

An excellent way to stimulate chi energy for your finances or career is to add a water fountain in your home office or inside the entrance of your home. Make sure the fountain flows into your home or office and never towards the door. You can opt for an quarium if you prefer. Place it in the North sector of your home or office to stimulate the career sector or in the Southeast to activate the wealth sector. Have at least 8 red fish and 1 black fish, the luckt number of fish, for attracting auspicious chi energy.

2.Remove Mirrors in the Bedroom
If you have mirrors in the bedroom, remove any that reflect the bed. Old feng shui traditions teach that a mirror reflecting the bed will create infidelity by inviting a third party into a marriage bed. If the mirror is part of an armoire that can't be moved, then cover up the mirror part.

3.Keep the path to the front door clear

The front door is very important in feng shui, After all, it's the main portal through which energy enters your home, remember? "Think of the chi as a first-time visitor trying to find your home—you want to make sure it's clearly lit, well-marked, and the address visible." On the inside, you want to make sure you're not walking directly into a wall—"it can metaphorically make you feel like you're up against a wall every day," 

 


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