Feng Shui For February 2021

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Feng Shui Decor Trends for 2021

While Feng Shui principles apply to many aspects of our lives, it is most often practised in home design. Learn how you can incorporate it in your living space.

Use round objects

According to the principles of Feng Shui, circles mean unity and harmony. Wondering how you can implement it in your home decoration? You can go with round dining and coffee tables, chairs, armchairs, accent cushions, lamps, ottomans and vases that can contribute to good qi energy in the room.

Keep the balance

Reflective elements like glass and metal objects and mirrors help to maintain a sense of energy and life in the space, which is an essential component of Feng Shui. However, don’t go overboard as excess can do more harm than good. Mix them with warmer and more comfortable materials like wood and natural textiles.

Create a clean atmosphere with indoor plants

Make plants part of your living space as they filter the air, creating a clean and healthy environment. Plants also have the ability to attract vibrant qi through their vitality. However, it is best to use those with soft rounded edges, such as succulents with heart-shaped leaves.

Bamboo of happiness, Peaceful lily, Ficus, English ivy, Palm, Boston fern and Philodendron are favourable plants that can be kept indoors.

Place your favourite things above eye level

Install a striking piece of lighting above the rest of the living space or a stunning painting at a height to draw the eye upward, attracting attention.

Use colours wisely

Most people believe that a neutral palette perfectly reflects the principles of Feng Shui. As a rule, these are more earthy tones, personifying stability, support and grace.

Opt for pastel colours, delicate shades of yellow, green or beige. If used correctly, red as a hall colour can also give excellent results, so a good tip is to keep the colours you choose to use as natural as possible.

We hope you find this article on Feng Shui useful.


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Reiki For February 2021


Reiki, Chakras and Colours!

Colours work through vibrational energy and have an impact on each of us. They also influence our chakras or the major energy centres throughout our body. Depending on which chakra or chakras you wish to activate, you can use the chakra colours as Reiki room colours.

According to the principles of Reiki, the colour red is associated with the base or root chakra, which is located in the coccyx region and is the first of the main seven chakras which represent security, survival, safety and our relationship with Mother Earth. To activate your root chakra, you can use red on the walls or in accent pieces.

Next is the sacral chakra that is situated in the lower navel area. It is the main centre of creativity, and the centre of our being through which we connect with our innermost wisdom and higher self. The colour orange is associated with this chakra. You can add vibrancy to your living space with this zesty shade.

The solar plexus chakra is all about self-esteem, confidence and personal power. It is located between the navel and the sternum. Yellow is the colour that helps activate the solar plexus chakra, so get ready to infuse your living space with this vibrant shade.

The heart chakra is located in the centre of the chest and the colour green is associated with this energetic area. Add a splash of green in your home interiors to activate the heart chakra.

Throat chakra is located at the base of the throat to the centre of the eyes. Light blue is the shade to energise the throat chakra so make sure to use pops of blue in your living space.

Third-eye chakra is located at the centre of the forehead between the eyebrows. The colour associated with this chakra is indigo or purple. We recommend the colour in your home décor in the form of accents or wall colour.

Finally, there is the crown chakra, located two inches on top of the head. Yes, you read that right! It is not actually situated in the body. The colour purple or violet is associated with this chakra. Energise the crown chakra using purple in your home.

Get ready to incorporate these colours in your living space to activate the chakras and the flow of energy.


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Vaastu For February 2021

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Vaastu-Recommended Colours For Living Room

The living room is a versatile room used for various activities such as watching television, reading books, talking with family members, spending time with children, drinking, eating and many more casual activities.

According to the principles of Vaastu, some colours bring positive energy to the living room. Blue, yellow, green and beige are the best choices for the living area as they bring in a tranquil vibe.

Read further to know how you can use these Vastu Shastra colors for living room to maximise the positive energy in the living space.

A Vaastu-friendly colour, blue is a universal favourite! Associated with contentment and tranquillity, it exudes positive vibes, perfect for the living room where people often gather to bond.

Consider including blue upholstery or accent pieces to your living space as it ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to home decorating.

Yellow is another colour that is perfect to brighten up your space and has the nod of approval from Vaastu experts. In Vaastu Shastra, it signifies optimism and wealth. For the more design-minded, it is said that yellow has the ability to create the illusion of space.

Use this colour for accent walls and false ceilings for some much-needed positivity. People with behavioural issues can use more of this shade.

Green is a soothing colour associated with the shades of nature. It also represents healing and growth.

You can use this shade on the walls of your home to bring in the outdoors. Individuals or couples with temperament issues can use more of green in their living space.

Beige is a winner when it comes to neutral palettes. A relaxing colour, it radiates comfort and stability.

Include beige into your existing living room colour scheme through upholstery, be it the couch, drapes, rugs or cushion covers.

These were some Vaastu-compliant colours for your home. Get ready to make your living room a happy space by adhering to these Vaastu colour tips!


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