Feng Shui Rules You Must Know
The elements of Feng Shui are often associated with good health and fortune, and using Feng Shui in a house will enhance the flow of energy. However, although Feng Shui is an ancient practice, it is not just widely used in ancient times; it is also widely used in present times. However, there are certain rules of Feng Shui that must be followed when you are trying to create good Feng Shui in your house, looking to purchase a house with good Feng Shui or plan to build a new house. Organizing your house while following the rules of Feng Shui will help you to attract strong Chi. There are a lot of rules of Feng Shui to consider when organizing your house and they include:
HOME LOCATION FENG SHUI
Try to avoid having slopes that can produce negative chi
Beware of slopes that are inclined more than 45 degrees as they can create negative Chi. Use remedies and cures if you have negative Chi (Shar).
Be very careful when you are building your home near a power station
Beware of power stations and they often generate energy and can produce chaos in the energy flow that can result in the creation of negative Chi. However, if you have no choice, you can put Feng Shui Bagua right outside your home to reflect negative Chi away from your house.
Make sure you use caution if your house is overlooking cemeteries
If your house for some reason overlooks or has a view of a cemetery, this is considered an ill placement as a result of the fact that a cemetery is a place of death. You can look for Bagua mirrors to put outside your house to help you reduce the negative Chi, but it is best that you avoid living near a cemetery.
Try to avoid building your home near a junkyard or trash dump
It is best that you avoid building your home near a junkyard or trash dump because the clutter in these places can be very overwhelming and can result in the chaos of energy flow. Chaos in the energy flow can result in negative Chi and this can be very difficult to counter.
Try to be aware of the layout of the street that your home is situated
The layout of the street that your home is situated at is in a relationship with your home and can result in either negative or positive Chi. Beware of a house on a street that creates a noose around your home. The rules of Feng Shui also state that it is best your home is not located near intersections and dead-end roads that dump into your home because they bring poison arrows and too much Chi. A lot of Western Feng Shui practitioners believe that if your house is located below street level, it will bring oppressive and even financial problems to you. You should also make sure that your house numbers are neat and visible. Houses that are located in winding streets on hillsides and mountains often help slow down Chi. You should also make sure that your driveway end at your house and not run alongside your house and away through the back yard or even in another direction. This will make sure that opportunities get to you and not bypass you. FENG SHUI RULES OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
These rules will help you free up Chi energy by making use of basic principles of Feng Shui.
Front entrance Feng Shui
Since the front entrance of your home is the point where the Chi energy comes into your home, it is very important to make it inviting and easy for the energy to enter. Make sure that you get rid of all obstructions like objects, furniture, and shrubbery and so on. Make sure that your front entrance is always lighted and replace burned out light bulbs. Get rid of dead trees, shrubbery and, plants. Ensure that you trim and clean your yard. Make sure that your sidewalks and front entrance are swept and neat. Ensure that you replace your worn out doormats. Make sure that your squeaky hinges are well oiled. Loose doorknobs should be tightened. Torn screen and blinds should be repaired or replaced. Your front door should not be aligned directly across from the back door to avoid making your Chi go right through the house and out the back door.
Feng Shui rules for staircases
The general design of your staircase can result in the Chi energy in your house rushing through the front door and upstairs depriving the first floor of positive Chi. Try to avoid placing a staircase directly across the front door entrance. Make sure that your staircase is not cramped and narrow. Try to avoid making your bedroom door open straight into a staircase. Using a spiral staircase can result in the energy twisting and rushing upward and produce negative Chi.
Feng Shui rules of the kitchen
The kitchen is often commonly referred to as the heart of the home. Avoid positioning your kitchen where it will be facing the front door. Avoid positioning your kitchen where it will be facing a bedroom. Try to position your kitchen in the same direction (Kua) as the main income producer of the house. Avoid placing the oven and range in the Northwest part of the kitchen. Make sure that your microwave, refrigerator, oven, and freezer are clean. Avoid letting your dishes pile up in your sink or on the countertops. Clean your dishes regularly. Get rid of spoiled food.
Feng Shui rules for the bathroom
The bathroom is a place to get rid of waste and debris. It can also serve as a source of water which signifies wealth in Feng Shui. So it is important to maintain your bathroom. Make sure that the toilet lid is always closed before you flush and when it is not being used. Make sure that your bathroom door is always closed. Try to put a mirror on the inside of the bathroom door to reflect all the negative Chi and keep it in the bathroom. You can also place a red, black or dark blue mat around the base of the toilet to protect your wealth.
Feng Shui of the bedroom
A bedroom is a place where it is important to have good relaxing Chi energy flowing unobstructed. Avoid positioning your bed directly across from the door. Avoid positioning your bed in front of a window. Try to avoid sleeping with your feet facing the door. Avoid sleeping underneath a beam. Try to put a pink sheet over king size box springs which are really two twin beds to prevent marital issues. In order to deflect negative Chi, you can suspend a faceted crystal ball from an overhead ceiling.
Feng Shui rules for doors and windows
The only ways Chi energy can enter and leave your house is through the windows and doors. This is why it is important to be mindful of the flow of energy when you are placing your furniture. Try to repair or replace broken windowpanes as fast as possible. Ensure that you can easily open your all your doors and windows. Try to repair or replace tattered, worn or torn window treatments. Try to repair or replace broken window locks and doors as fast as possible. Make sure that your furniture is not positioned in a way that they will obstruct windows and doors.