Interior Living: Use Feng Shui in Your Home To Boost The Positive Energy.

Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Take a good look at your daily path through your home. Yes! I am saying you should literally look at the physical path you walk as you move through your home. From when you wake up and arise from bed, then to the bathroom, and so on as you head out the door. Then from when you get home, make dinner, and end back in bed. Make sure there is a free flow of energy.
Feng shui is studying the flow and movement of energy within a space, and purposefully guiding it to offer the greatest benefit to the occupants.
Its principles maintain that we live in harmony with our environment. Its aim is to achieve balance in your living and working space and maximise your potential for success in all areas of your life. Literally translated feng shui means “wind-water”. The wind scatters energy and water holds energy.
Homes are a reflection of their occupants. If any part is missing, neglected or has negative energy then this is reflected in the life of its occupant. 
In feng shui, plants embody life energy. What does that mean? Well, living greenhouse plants connect us to nature and bring vibrancy into our homes. Green plants are like a fresh-pressed organic green juice for our homes. Think freshness, health, and vitality. Green is a colour of -Wealth, Good fortune, Health, Abundance and many more, So surrounding yourself with such a rich colour will be beneficial to you and your mental health.
The most important thing to remember is to find plants that you can care for and are appropriate for space. For example, take your lighting conditions into consideration.
DE-CLUTTER is another topic I want to discuss.
Clutter is often in the same sentence as feng shui, but we’d say that feng shui is less about de-cluttering and more about creating space. Feng Shui is the process of organising your environment to attract optimal success. Always keep in mind that the strongest factor of your Feng Shui is you, Feng Shui is all about the subconscious interaction between planetary and mental energies.
When we throw out the physical clutter, we clear our minds. When we throw out the mental clutter, we clear our souls.
“As you breathe in, cherish yourself. As you breathe out, cherish all beings.” – Dalai Lama
Having too much clutter around is probably not going to do your mental clarity any favours, let alone your interior design scheme. In feng shui, clutter is believed to take up valuable space that new incoming energy needs. We recommend making a habit of cleaning up your workspace each day. Not only will it make you feel less stressed out, but it’ll also create a sense of order in such chaotic times. Plus, you’ll get a clean start each day, which should benefit your productivity.
Feng Shui is designed to help give your home a good 'flow'. It also clears the clutter and brings positive energy, making your space feel nice and clean. Lastly, remove clutter and bring positive energy to the entryway of your home by placing a light or plant the side of the door. Placing a mirror is also a good way to welcome new opportunities.
I hope you have been able to learn a thing or two about Feng Shui ♥, Have a beautiful day.

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