Sometimes home feels right when you walk into it—the reason could be the elements of feng shui at work.
Happiness and prosperity were on everyone's mind, especially in today's CoVid19 situation. But, unfortunately, some view it as a BIG restart or a gap in their lives. We can change our destiny. However, there are some things that we are not aware of. Feng Shui can help us to discover those areas.
Feng shui, a traditional Chinese practice, is meant to bring positive energy into a space and remove negative energy to ensure they have good energy and bring prosperity to the residents. It is about the flow within a space, which doesn't necessarily mean an open floor plan. Instead, you want a seamless flow of energy from the public living areas to the private spaces. Sometimes the building orientation wasn't ideal and had negative energy; you can create objectivity through furniture placement and by augmenting or editing items in the home. Some professionals use feng shui to understand the energy in a home.
When you optimize a home with feng shui, you want to focus on the individuals in the house and their priorities. For some people, we focus on wealth, careers and leadership. Other clients are more concerned with optimizing their health, family, relationships and community.
Feng shui can be used to improve our ability to transform a space beyond looking beautiful. Think of your house as holding a body of water and visualize where the water would flow and where it would stagnate. Think about how you want your space to flow and then use furniture, plants, mirrors and objects to transform it so your home feels like a respite from the world, a place where you feel protected and nurtured.
Using the Natural Landscape for Good Energy. For example, the mountains envelop and hug the community, which provides a sense of security.
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