Feng Shui Tips for Positive Vibes!
In the traditional sense, Feng Shui is the art of keeping objects in a way that help the good energy flow around your living space. Feng Shui takes care of the five main elements; fire, earth, wood, water and metal. Every element has the capability to flow in a different direction, carrying energy along and changing its environment. Therefore, it is all about filling the place with positive energy. Here are some tips that will help energise your living space:
To start with, get rid of all the clutter in your living space. Always keep your house tidy and clean, including your front path or any pathway leading up to your house.
In Feng Shui, plants are believed to bring good fortune. Besides adding visual appeal, plants also have their own special benefits. It is always good to have plants in the house, especially wooden plants, as the wood element stands for new beginnings, growth and prosperity.
Fresh flowers are not only great to tell someone you care. They also bring good luck and fortune. Therefore, keep fresh flowers in your living space. However, once they wither, throw them out as they give out negative energy!
If you wish to bring people together in a room, paint an accent wall in a shade of orange since it is a welcoming colour for places like hallways that need warming up. You can explore a range of texture paint on Berger’s Colour Catalogue.
Using a sweet-smelling fragrance can enhance the chi of a space. It can also raise your personal chi, increasing the energy around you. With the help of Feng Shui, awaken and direct an emotional response using scents.
Keep these Feng Shui tips in mind to create a positive and peaceful living space that contributes to your growth and prosperity.
Wind-chimes direct good chi into stagnant and dull spaces. If you are hanging it in the north, west or north-west, metal wind-chimes are the best while wooden or bamboo chimes are preferred for the east, south and south-west. For earth energy sectors such as northeast and southwest, ceramic wind-chimes are your go-to.
Hope you find these tips helpful.