Applying Feng Shui basics in the home need not be that complicated.
There are some ways in which this ancient practice can be used to make the home flow with positive energy or chi. So applying Feng Shui basics in the home need not be complicated.
Here are our tips on the basic Feng Shui practices you need to know and can easily apply to make your home, as well as your life be filled with positive chi.
In Feng Shui, it is believed . . .
That chi flows through with the help of air as well as natural light. Due to this, it is essential to make use of these two elements to ensure that the home flows with good chi. To allow the positive energy into your home, you would need to open your windows often to let natural air in. You can also use air purifying plants or an air purifier to make sure that the air remains clean and pure. Also, try to allow as much natural light in to allow good chi to fill your home.
Unclutter your home.
Clutter is a known obstacle to the flow of chi. It can have an effect on health as well as the energy levels and quality of life. Too much clutter can drain your energy as well as impede positive energy from flowing into your home or life.
Getting rid of the clutter can also help get rid of the negative load that affects your life. By clearing clutter, you are creating a harmonious environment in your home flowing with positive energy.
Know Your Feng Shui Birth Element
To understand better how you can use Feng Shui to achieve a certain balance in your life and home, you might need to know your own birth element.
There is a certain element that corresponds to your birth year. Knowing what element you are born with can help you decide on what is the best approach to achieve that balance in Feng Shui.
You can use your Feng Shui birth element to introduce the different expressions of the element into your home. Through the use of colours and the balance of the other complementary elements.
Know Your Kua Number According to Feng Shui.
Each person has his or her own Kua number that corresponds to one’s date of birth and gender. The Kua number also tells of each person’s energy needs. In the school of Feng Shui called the Flying Stars, people may belong in either of two energy groups – the East or the West.
For the East Group, their Kua numbers may either be 1, 3, 4 or 9. For those on the West group, their Kua numbers can either be 2,6,7 or 8.
You can use your Kua number to determine directions and orientation of structures like your home, or where you face when working to ensure good positive energy to flow through. Discover your energy number and success directions here.
These Feng Shui basics can help you start off in building your life and home flow with positive chi.