According to feng shui, everything has its unique source of Qi.
The most significant factor in feng shui is “Qi.” The source of everything is “Qi.” “Qi” is everywhere, and it can vary in various ways. It is changeable between existence and nonexistence. "Qi" is the basis of everything because its rise and fall are controlled by natural laws that can't be changed. These rules are used to predict good and bad energy and luck.
The density of modern residential buildings is high, with streets, highways, and buildings arranged in endless rows. The feng shui of the home is heavily influenced by the surroundings. Everything, from the steel structure to the metal, electrical equipment, lighting, stove, and so on, affects the whole thing. The traditional Feng Shui idea is considerably different from this one.
To assess the feng shui of a home, modern feng shui also considers architecture, ecology, energy, colour psychology, and other factors. If you don’t understand Feng Shui, you can make an assessment based on natural landscapes, like:
Take a look at the trees and flora. Whether in the neighbours' yards or going up and down the stairs, you may observe how the flowers and plants develop. Are the trees and flowers lacking in life or death? The neighbouring flowers and plants must be vibrant in a healthy house with good qi.
Observe the light. The growth Qi is generated only when there is light. Most people also prefer well-lit homes, but be careful not to collide with the front and back lights, as this can easily result in right and wrong.
Observe the walls. If the walls are discoloured, mouldy, or developed moss, the house’s qi is poorly ventilated, and the humidity level is high, impacting the residents’ health and financial well-being.
View the house from the front or a nearby location. It is best to avoid clutter and dirty spaces. It has an impact on the person’s mood.
The first survey looks at every part of this house and its surroundings to learn more about them.
The surroundings of a house are what matter most. Most of the time, we can only make minor or no modifications to the external surroundings that we choose. The internal construction of a building only makes up 40% of feng shui, while the external environment makes up 60%. Because of this, a home's feng shui is mainly affected by its surroundings. Feng shui allows us to improve the interior setting further.
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