Feng Shui Tips

  1. Clutter is the root of all Feng Shui evil. Energy moves like we do. If you find it easy to move throughout a space so will the energy. If you find it somewhat difficult, the energy will have a difficult time as well. This applies to furniture, items on display, even closet space.

  2. If you love an item it brings positive chi into your space. If you dislike an item it brings negative energy into your space (no matter how good the intentions were when the item was given to you).

  3. Drains, will drain chi from your space. A simple solution is to tie a piece of red string or tape around the pipe. It's out of sight and the color red represents energy so you're balancing out the effect of the drain.

  4. Just as doorways allow people in and out they allow energy in and out. This becomes a problem if your door is at the top/bottom of a staircase. Too much energy can be let out (leaving your space without enough energy to flow well) or too much energy can be let in (clogging up your spaces energy flow). You can keep the door closed the majority of the time, hang a Feng Shui crystal a foot away from the door, or place plants by the door to improve energy circulation.

  5. It is not just the inside of your space that is important; your outer surroundings can also adversely affect you. If you get annoyed by noisy neighbors chances are their energy is entering your space with unfavorable results. A simple solution is to place a mirror (any size or shape) in a window with the reflective side facing the disturbance.

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DISCLAIMER – Reiki is a complementary energy modality and should not be used as apreplacement for medical treatment.
Please consult your healthcare professional for your particular medical needs.