Powerful 5 Feng Shui House Tips -achieve harmony,achieve success!
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art form focused on balancing the elements in the work or living environment. The main belief of this practice is that everything has energy, and feng shui facilitates the flow of energy with proper placement of items and furniture. Incorporating the art of feng shui into your home or office allows energy to flow and represents a balanced self.
1.The best House Type is "Wang Shan, Wang Shui" in Chinese, which literally means good for mountain and good for water. In Feng Shui what is good for mountain is good for people and what is good for water is good for money. Therefore a Wang Shan, Wang Shui building is most desirable because it is good for people and good for money.
The other three types of buildings are only good for people, only good for money or bad for both. When a building is only good for money, occupants have trouble with health and/or relationship matters. Occupants of buildings that are only good for people experience career and financial troubles, which is worse if it is a business location. The worst is a building that is bad for both people and money because you feel like you are swimming upstream in all aspects of your life. When the proper elemental remedies are placed correctly outside the building the negative influences become neutralized.
2. Get Rid of Clutter
Let the surface area and desk space in your office breathe. Encourage the flow of energy by keeping clutter out of hte picture. Avoid stacking things on top of each other or piling papers. One easy way to do this is to invest in filing cabinets or having boxes designated to certain paperwork Remove the empty cups or stacks of paper that hinder your energy flow.
3.Sitting in the north and facing the south is traditionally a perfect direction in feng shui as this direction is easiest to get the essence of nature.
4.Typically a south-facing home gets sun for most of the day, especially at the front of the house, and is therefore usually brighter and warmer. A north-facing home gets sun at the back of the house and is typically darker and naturally cooler than a south-facing one.
5.Secure the quality of your home’s air and light
Having a good flowing feng shui energy in your home requires two essential elements: air and light. Feng shui believes that the body reacts to energies that light and air produce, which could either nourish or drain you. To ensure a good flow of air in your house, open your windows often, use an air purifier or place feng shui air-purifying plants, such as bamboo palm, rubber plant, and peace lily. Make sure to allow natural light into your home spaces as much as possible. You may open your windows more and use full-spectrum light bulbs to introduce more light into the room. Adding color to your home will also improve the flow of light.