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Feng Shui advice before purchasing or selling houses or
Feng Shui advice before building a new house
Create Good Feng Shui in Your Home
If you want to create good feng shui in your present house, or
are looking to buy a new house that has good feng shui, there
are some simple, basic feng shui guidelines that can help you.
Let's look into the main areas that are responsible for good
feng shui energy in a house. Here is a quick checklist of feng
shui priorities that create good feng shui energy.
Good Outside Feng Shui
A good feng shui house has no Sha Chi (attacking) or Si Chi
(low) energy around it. Carefully study the outside of your
house, look at your surroundings with fresh eyes. Do you live in
a cul-de-sac house or a T-junction house? Do you live close to
the railroad? Is your backyard sloped? Usually, these houses
will have challenging feng shui that needs to be taken care of.
Creating a beautiful garden, no matter how small, will help
attract beneficial feng shui energy to your house.
Energy Flow to the Front Door
A good feng shui house has a smooth, strong and clear energy
flow to its front door. Is the Chi, or feng shui energy, flow
blocked on its way to your front door? Is there a big tree, or
any other feature blocking the flow to your front door?
Or, maybe your door needs some loving care, such as a better
feng shui color, new hardware, etc. Do you block the pathway
yourself with recycling bins, old pots, shoes outside the front
door? You need to take care of that.
Quality of Energy in the Main Entry
A good feng shui house has a main entry designed to welcome,
strengthen and channel the incoming feng shui energy throughout
the whole house. This will nourish your house and create good
energy. What is the first thing you see as your enter your
house? Where do you feel the energy (your attention) goes right
away? Does it go straight to a bathroom that is close to the
front door, or is it pushed right back by a mirror facing the
Do you have a staircase facing the front door? Or, maybe your
front door is aligned to the back door so that most of the good
energy that enters the house easily escapes? For good feng shui,
the energy has to be attracted into the house and channeled
through all rooms, especially the kitchen and the bedroom.
Strong Feng Shui Trinity
A good feng shui house has good feng shui anchored in its main
energy centers - the bedroom, the kitchen and the bathroom. The
quality of feng shui energy in your house mainly depends on the
strength of feng shui energy in your bedroom, your kitchen and
Be sure all three areas have a strong feng shui foundation and
always be aware of the quality of energy in these three energy
points of your home. There can be no good feng shui house
without a good feng shui bedroom, a good feng shui kitchen and a
good feng shui bathroom.
Fresh Feng Shui Energy
A good feng shui house is nourished by fresh, clear and freely
flowing energy. There is no stagnant, old or blocked energy
anywhere in the house. Everything around us is in constant flow,
in constant change. So, even after you've created a strong feng
shui foundation in your house, the work continues. You have to
get into the habit of keeping the energy fresh and flowing and
be very mindful about not creating stuck areas in your house.
Stuck, stagnant energy in a specific area of your house will
sooner or later express itself in stuck, or completely blocked
energy in a specific area of your life (see the feng shui bagua
or energy map). Get rid of your clutter, clear out your closets,
your basement, your garage, and once these areas are clean, do
not let them accumulate more clutter.
Use basic space clearing tips at least once a week. Good, fresh
feng shui energy expresses itself in a clean space, fresh air,
plenty of good light, and happy, meaningful energy as expressed
in any decor items in your house.
In order to create good feng shui in a house, start small and do
not get overwhelmed with all the amount of feng shui info out
there. First and foremost, you have to trust your senses and go
at your own pace. After all, it is your house, and it is best to
feel empowered and strong when you do any changes in your house.
This is good feng shui!
Use Feng Shui in Your Home Decorating
Feng shui can be used in decorating your house with the goal of
creating a loving, supportive, fun and happy home. Decorating
tips used in feng shui are slightly different than the
traditional decorating, but once you start using feng shui, a
harmoniously decorated home is yours to enjoy!
Feng shui decorating is basically a way to decorate your home so
as to create a vibrant feeling of joy and harmony. Feng shui
decorating does not necessarily mean creating a Zen-type home;
what feng shui decorating means is that you create an
environment that has the best energy to support the specific
activity, or activities, intended for that space.
A home office needs an active, vibrant energy of success, while
a bedroom will need a soft, sensual energy. You can achieve the
desired energies by following basic feng shui principles in your
Your first step in decorating your home with feng shui starts
before the actual decorating process. The absolutely necessary
feng shui requirement is to clear the old energy residues and
create a strong and clear energy foundation. What does that mean
on a practical level?
It means you have to clear your clutter. Decorating a cluttered
home makes no sense, from the feng shui point of view. Kind of
like applying expensive make-up to an unwashed face. Why would
you do that? Only after you have cleared the old energy can you
move on to a successful feng shui decorating process. But wait,
there's one more step before you immerse yourself in playing
with colors, textures and an endless variety of feng shui cures!
Let's explore the best feng shui decorating steps.
Good Quality Air and Light
These two elements are essential for good Chi, or good feng shui
energy, in your home, thus essential for good feng shui
decorating. So, if you have done all the preliminary work - your
house is clutter-free (or almost clutter-free), you have good
quality air and good quality light, you are now ready to start
decorating with feng shui!
Define the Energy Map of Your Home
The bagua or energy map of your home will serve as a blueprint,
or a clear map as to what colors are used in specific rooms,
what images are best in your home, how to position the furniture
for best energy flow, etc. Knowing the bagua is crucial to
successful feng shui decorating, so be sure not to ignore this
Use Color for Good Feng Shui
Color is a very powerful way to shift the energy in your home
and bring the desired results much quicker. As such, knowing how
to use color skillfully is very important for good feng shui
decorating. Is blue good feng shui for your bedroom? Is red OK
in the main entry?
Define the Feng Shui Products You Need
You might have many of them already, or you might need a
beautiful fountain and some great feng shui art, plus maybe a
Buddha image in your home office to go with your decor scheme.
While good feng shui decorating does not mean a Zen-looking
space (or a Chinese-looking establishment), it does mean you
decorate with clear intent and use specific items as feng shui
Use Modern Decor as Feng Shui Cures
So, you bought your fountain and you bought your crystals, now
where and how do you position them for best feng shui in your
home? Of course, the first step is to consult the bagua of your
home (which you have done in step # 2 above). The next step in
good feng shui decorating is to place your cures according to
your best, or lucky, directions.
Summary of Feng Shui Decorating
When decorating your home with feng shui, it is important to
focus on the big picture (your whole house or apartment), as
well as "zoom in" to each specific area of your home in order to
create best feng shui energy in all your rooms.
5 Steps To Good Feng Shui in Your New Home
Moving into a new home can be a truly exciting experience. We
all long for a fresh start and new, happy beginnings, even
though most of the time we also resist letting go of the old!
The ancient art and science of feng shui can help you release
old energy, as well as invite the new into your life.
However, there is one more feng shui step that is important to
know when you are moving to your new home.
In the language of feng shui energy, letting go of the old
(clearing energy) and setting intentions for the new (applying
feng shui cures) is not enough. When you move to a new home, you
also have to be sure to start with a clean, clear energy
It is important to know that houses have memories, just like
people do. The energy of all events that happened there in the
past will still linger inside. The smartest way to go when you
move into a new space is to do some space clearing to assure you
start with a clean slate.
After you've done some space clearing, pay extra attention to
these 5 important feng shui areas.
1. A Strong Front Door and Main Entry.
A house can attract good feng shui energy only
when it has a strong front door and a good main entry. From the
best feng shui door color to the best decor for your main entry,
we have all the resources to help you.
2. A Space with No Clutter.
An orderly space with no clutter is the best
feng shui foundation for your new home. This means that ideally,
you have dealt with your clutter before moving to your new
space. To prevent clutter from accumulating in your new home, be
sure to start with a good organization system.
When every item in your home has its own space, the possibility
of creating clutter is greatly diminished.
3. A Good Feng Shui Kitchen.
The kitchen is the first area to energize, feng
shui-wise, when you move into a new home. Bring some fresh herbs
into your kitchen, make an aromatic cup of tea, fill a bowl with
colorful fruits. In other words, do your best to take energetic
ownership of your new kitchen, as well as make it express the
energy of joy, happiness, and nourishment. Your whole house will
benefit from joyful, healthy vibes in your kitchen.
4. Soulful, Meaningful Home Decor.
The better connection you have with every item
you own, the better and clearer your own energy levels. You feel
happy when you are surrounded by items you love, and this energy
of love and happiness creates a supportive energy for you and
your family. Decor items that might not seem like clutter can
easily become clutter if you do not need them, do not like them
or rarely, if ever, use them.
Let go of all the items you do not like or need.
5. Good Feng Shui In Your Bedroom.
Your bedroom is the most important room in the
house. There can be no happy house if the bedroom has unhappy
energy; its that simple. Treat yourself well in your new bedroom
and everything else will fall into place. We have an abundance
of tips to help you create a good feng shui bedroom, learn how
to easily apply them in your own bedroom.
Moving into a new home is one of the best times to use feng shui
to create a space of freshness, clarity and happiness in your
home; use this time wisely.