How to incorporate feng shui in the home?(profound impact on your daily life)
1.Slow down the energy flow
"When there is a direct line-of-sight between the front door and the back door, it means the chi (or energy) is shooting through the house too fast," Instead of having it fly straight out the back door, "you want it to move in a graceful undulating way that goes around your whole home evenly."
The Solution: Slow the chi down with a patterned rug on the floor, artwork on the walls, or even a round entry table.
2.Keep you house clean of clutter
While this may seem like an obvious problem to tackle around the house, we are all too guilty of accumulating things that don't play a specific function in the home. According to Benko, clutter is more than just visually displeasing: "It's an energetic anchor that impedes the best things from unfolding in our lives," An excessive amount of clutter stops us from having clarity of thought and can weigh us down emotionally. Feng shui is less about having a perfectly-styled home, and more about creating a happy and healthy environment.
The Solution: Make sure that you have the correct organizational systems in place for everything in your life, from paying bills to recycling to having a designated spot for your keys. You'll feel lighter, less frazzled, and more efficient.
3. Keep the path to the front door clean
"The front door is very important in feng shui," says Benko. 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," she says.
The Solution: Install a mirror. When you hang the mirror, Benko advises connecting an intention to it, like expanding the opportunities in your life and not allowing yourself to feel limited.