Positive Energy for your Home!
Time and again, we have stressed on how important it is to maintain good Feng Shui around the house and today is no different! We still think having good energy in and around your home is of utmost importance and here we are with some quirky tips to ensure that. Yes, you heard that right; everything we tell you today is offbeat and something you haven't heard before. So, to increase the inflow of positive energy and happiness in your home, follow the below mentioned tips:
Focus on the Entrance: The first rule of Feng Shui is to make sure that your entrance is pretty and soothing to you or your visitors. Put up a nice painting or even a pretty picture of yourself, if that is what works for you!
Take a baby for house spotting: This might sound really off the mark but it is not always possible to have a Feng Shui expert accompany you for your house hunt. Well, here comes the baby! According to Feng Shui, if the baby cries without any reason in the house, we are sorry to say that your house lacks positive energy. So, look for one where your baby smiles and is happy because children can pick up on these things very well.
This is how you get rid of unwanted guests: Getting rid of unwanted guests has never been this easy. According to Feng Shui, all you need to do is make them sit with their backs towards the entrance of your room and you will see them leaving soon! Just make sure that you don't sit with your back to the door.
Get rid of the clutter: We know we keep repeating this again and again but trust us when we say that it is indeed the most important aspect. And, we want you to know that clutter is not only trash and other such stuff but even defunct instruments like televisions, watches, clocks or pens that can clutter the energy of your house.
Feng Shui also asks you to be careful of broken flooring and mend it or cover it because it can adversely affect your relationships. Last but not the least, floating fish and flowing water are two auspicious symbols of Feng Shui and you could try and incorporate them into your décor scheme too!