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If you’re looking to make some quick improvements to the environment in your home, the following list of practical Feng Shui cures is at your service:

Place an energetic fountain near your front door. The flowing energy of the water symbolizes cash, which helps more of the green stuff come your way. Get ready to enjoy more cash flow and connections with key people thanks to this simple cure.

Clear the entryway to your home. Let the chi (energy) flow right into your home and life by ridding your home’s front entry of obstacles. Such things as looming plants or vines, old newspapers, bikes, and toys in your front path may limit the amount of energy entering your home. Clear out anything behind your door for even more benefits.

Make sure your home encourages learning. Put books where you can see them when you come in the front door to stimulate learning in both you and your children.

Get rid of unwanted frustrations by fixing broken objects. Make sure your front door is in good working order. It shouldn’t scrape the floor or squeak, and the doorknob, hinges, and locks should all be secure. This cure allows you to release your frustrations and anxieties and smoothes your life path.

Spice up your love life with plants in the bedroom. Place three or nine new plants in your bedroom to enliven the energy of the room, adding hope and cheer. (If the plants have pink flowers, this cure will be even stronger!)

Position your bed to feel safe, loved, and great. Place your bed in the Commanding Position of your bedroom. This spot is the one farthest from the door but where you’re still able to see the doorway and anyone approaching while you’re lying in the bed. Placing your bed in the Commanding Position allows you to be stronger, calmer, and in charge.

Block drains to keep dollars from draining out of your pockets. To keep your funds from being drained, keep your bathroom doors closed, hang full-length mirrors on the outsides of your bathroom doors, and keep your drains closed when not in use (cover the sink drain, stop the tub, and keep the toilet lid closed).

Encourage helpful people in your life by hanging a pleasant-sounding wind chime. The sound of a metal wind chime hung in the right-front area of your home, office, or bedroom activates more people to help you and gets you more help from the people who are already at your side.

Boost your career with a better desk position. Position your desk cater-corner to and facing the office or cube door (even if you don’t actually have a door in your workspace). If you can’t turn your desk to face the door, arrange a mirror on your desk or wall so you can see who’s coming. This adjustment helps you encounter more opportunities, go further in your field, and lose less often.

Tips for a fengshui-friendly home

Fengshui is the art of balancing various energies (qì), aligning good energies and getting rid of negative ones to achieve the best results for life. Its origins are from China, but has become popular in the western world as well.

Using various fengshui elements, one can accumulate “good” energy to assure health, good fortune, and meaningful relationships. At the same time, it is possible to channel negative energies elsewhere to create harmony in a space.

An eight-sided map called Bagua represents the eight different elements that are vital for life. These are









Fengshui Master Yu Gui Feng told Property Observer it is important to first determine the “qi” of a property owner before assessing which elements need to be balanced out in their home.

“The house is a reflection of the person’s body energy. We spend more than one-third of our time inside the house. People’s environment will always have an influence on their energy,” he said.

However, there are a few general rules of thumb:

For a home, it should ideally be built on flat land, or land that is slightly elevated towards the back of the property.

“This is so the surrounding energy is supportive, and positive energy is evenly distributed to all parts of your life,” Master Feng said.

When building a home, Master Feng reiterates the importance of its front entrance for good fengshui.

“When we divide the eight sections of energy inside the house, it influences the body and life. It starts from the front entrance,” he said.

He advises that homes should be symmetrical in shape.

“Two sides of the house need to be relatively similar. Even if one side is narrower than the other, it should be too much (narrower),” he emphasised.

This is so the energies in the home are not imbalanced.

Additionally, he advises building staircases away from the front entrance.

“When we open the front door, we cannot walk upstairs straightaway. A staircase near the entry, that’s one of the biggest problems. The stairs need to be stationed at the back part of the house. That is ideal. Otherwise, the health energy, relationship energy, and money energy is easily drained,” he said.

His advice on fengshui-friendly colour schemes: do not use dark colours as a dominant colour for your home.

“If the entire exterior or interior is all black, that will cause some problems. Usually, I put a mixture of different colours – that will be all right,” he said.

He added that while popular fengshui-aligned houses like the famed “Butterfly” home in Sydney are have only rounded edges, “normal” houses with corners can also have good fengshui once good energies are aligned together.

Master Feng adds that it is important to consult an expert before purchasing a property to avoid making “expensive mistakes”.

“These are generalised guidelines. We need to relate it to specific situations. Just like investment, everyone’s circumstance is different. We need to tailor suggestions to each family’s situation, and their property. We need to look at the building, the person, and the energy patterns,” he said.

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