5 Simple Tips To Feng Shui Your Home
Posted by Rebekah Hutton on Tue, Jul 2018
Feng Shui, originated in China, and claims to use energy forces to harmonise individuals within their surrounding environment. Its aim is to assure good fortune for the people inhabiting a space. Although often regarded as a pseudo-science, Feng Shui has had a remarkable impact on the aesthetics of interior design and the architectural layout of homes all over the world. Below are five simple tips to bring good energy into your home…
Seek balance in your life and display one of the five elements in each room; wood, earth, metal, fire, and water. Feng Shui foundations suggest this will bring a sense of balance to your environment, enabling you to stay grounded and centred.
Be One With Nature
Nature brings a sense of peace and harmony and is irrevocably linked to the foundations of Feng Shui. Studies have shown that continuously observing nature diminishes anger and anxiety, and increasingly promotes feelings of euphoria. Incorporate plants, bamboo, rocks, stones and fountains into the home.
Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
Feng Shui experts believe that mirrors reflect energy. Therefore, you can utilise their positioning in places where you want to increase energy flow. Always ensure that mirrors reflect something beautiful. It is not ideal in Feng Shui design for mirrors to reflect anything of low energy or something undesirable in appearance.
Create A Restful Sanctuary
The bedroom should be the focus in Feng Shui design, and is regarded with utmost importance. This is because it is a place of restoration, balance, peace and where dreams are made. Use sensual materials and feathery cushions to promote relaxation. Avoid storage under your bed such as shoes, suitcases and books as these are too stimulating for promoting a relaxing slumber.
Harness The Chi
Feng Shui specialists believe that If you open the front door and there’s a direct line to the back door or a window, that’s runaway chi. This essentially means that the good energy and fortune enter the house, but then can quickly escape out the back. Chi should run in a winding pattern, so it can disperse optimal energy throughout your home and should be intervened from flowing straight through your property. You can stop runaway chi by strategically placing furniture in the questionable path, and by using rugs to impede the energy flow.