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Feng Shui Your Living Space for Positive Energy Flow

Feng Shui Your Living Space for Positive Energy Flow

More and more homeowners are starting to follow a certain Chinese practice for decorating their living spaces. The ancient practice in question is feng shui, and it’s essentially a way of analyzing the energy in our living space, improving it and then using it to bring our surroundings in tune with our inner selves. Feng shui helps balance the energy in your home and create a harmonious environment and is useful for inviting the changes you desire. This Chinese art is great for infusing your life with positivity and Sheng Chi – good feng shui energy. Read our five feng shui tips for creating positive energy flow in your living space.

Create Sheng Chi in your home

Create Sheng Chi in your home

Infusing your space with good Chi flow is important for improving the quality of energy in your home. Some spaces tend to have a neutral quality of energy, which is easy to improve. However, if your space is filled with low, or even negative energy, it may take some effort to create Sheng Chi. Depending on the energy in your living space, you can use different methods to change or improve its quality. Decluttering your home is a good place to start. Use Marie Kondo’s method for decluttering, keeping only the things that spark joy. A space-clearing session will provide your space with enough room for a harmonious and smooth flow of Chi.

Define the bagua of your space

Define the bagua of your space

Bagua is the feng shui energy map of your living space. It is an essential component in introducing feng shui into your home. For starters, you need to define the bagua of your living space. Take a compass reading of your front door – it is the area of your home where the energy nourishment enters. An accurate compass reading of your home will give you the feng shui direction of your home, which you can use to create a feng shui diagram. The feng shui energy map can also be used as a guide for making the best color choices and selecting the decor and artwork that best fits your home. Which leads us to our next tip...

Pay attention to the feng shui elements and colors

Pay attention to the feng shui elements and colors

Strengthening and balancing the energy of your home is usually achieved through the right placement of feng shui colors. Colors are closely connected to feng shui elements, and each feng shui color has its representative in nature. There are five elements in feng shui: fire, water, wood, metal, and earth. To introduce these elements into your living space, try adding colors that invite positive changes into certain aspects of your life. Let’s say you want to increase the flow of wealth and abundance into your home. Introduce warm, earthy colors with your fabrics and upholstery to represent the energy of prosperity. You can do so by adding gorgeous antique rugs to your home – the floral motifs in a warm color palette are certain to enhance the look of your home and represent the Earth feng shui element.

Clear your home of negative energies Sha Chi and Si Chi

Clear your home of negative energies Sha Chi and Si Chi

In order to bring balance into your living space, you need to make sure there is no Sha Chi, the attacking energy. This is especially important when decorating the areas where your family spends time. Bad feng shui energy may come from the sharp corners of coffee tables and bookcases pointing directly to your seating area. You also need to make sure that there aren’t any blockages or stagnant areas in your home, such as cluttered closets, clogged drains, and leaking faucets. This ancient Chinese practice is becoming increasingly popular in countries such as Australia, and many Sydney homeowners are eager to invite good energy into their homes. Most of them opt for a reliable electrician in Sydney to make necessary repairs and keep Si Chi, the destructive energy, away from their living space. By making a conscious effort to bring as much Sheng Chi into your home as you can, you’ll restore balance and bring positive changes into your life.

Inspect your home for bagua missing areas

Inspect your home for bagua missing areas

Determining which areas of your home need attention can help you improve specific areas of your life. The bagua missing areas are easy to recognize – they have incomplete, weak energy, and aren’t in line with the shape of your home bagua. There are several tips on how to add bagua to all areas of your home and revitalize your living space. One way to do it is to add the right feng shui elements in the bagua missing areas, and you can do that by placing feng shui cures throughout your home. The energy of your feng shui cure needs to match the energy of the feng shui element. It also has to be coordinated with the feng shui energy map. For example, adding a water fountain to certain areas of your living space can improve your health, career and family relations. The best areas for placing a fountain are east, southeast and north. Avoid placing it directly in the south to avoid creating conflicting energy between water and fire feng shui elements.

There you have it – our top five tips for achieving a positive energy flow in your home. Use these tips as a guide for creating a living space that is balanced, thus bringing harmony back into your life.


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Tracey Clayton is a mom of three girls. She feels she knows a thing or two about raising happy, healthy and confident kids. She’s also passionate about traveling, fashion and healthy living. Her motto is: “Live the life you love, love the life you live."

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