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Feng Shui door MAT
October 10, 2019

Feng Shui door MAT

Part 1: The Power of A Strong Feng Shui Front Door Part 2: Feng Shui Decor Solutions for Your Front Door You are now reading Part 3. Southwest (202.5 to 247.5) or Northeast ( 22.5 to 67.5) Good for your door colors: all earthy colors plus red, orange, strong yellow, purple, pink. Bad for your door colors blue, black, white, gray, brown and green. The Earth element…

Feng Shui Jade plant front door
September 30, 2019

Feng Shui Jade plant front door

The home is the foundation of our living. It is important to create a harmonious, comfortable and good feng shui space. Here are some tips for interior decoration which can help you to achieve good feng shui in your home. 1. The main door should not line up with the back door, if this is the case, you can put a partition, or curtain to block the straight line…

Feng Shui Mirrors front door
July 22, 2019

Feng Shui Mirrors front door

Contrary to belief, there’s nothing supernatural about Feng Shui, it’s more of an ancient interior design manual, using the art of placement with a little charm. There’s no magic. It’s purely using energy vibrations, ergonomics and aesthetics in the best way possible to create a perfect space relating specifically to you as an individual. The more your space…

Feng Shui Feet Towards door
May 8, 2019

Feng Shui Feet Towards door

If you subscribed to every superstition in the world, you d never leave home. With all the conflicting and myriad fates that may befall the superstitious, it s difficult to know how to act. And that even goes for your bedtime ritual. Cultures around the world believe that it s bad luck to sleep with your feet facing the door. Perhaps this belief is best embodied…

Feng Shui Clock Facing front door
May 3, 2019

Feng Shui Clock Facing front door

The Chinese believe it is bad luck to receive or give a clock as a gift, as clocks represent the passage of time and therefore it is also a reminder of getting older. Many people also experienced that clock stopped when someone in their family died. In general, clocks arent deemed auspicious in feng shui. However, in our busy homes and modern lifestyIe, a clock…

Red door Meaning in Feng Shui
March 4, 2019

Red door Meaning in Feng Shui

According to early American history, a red door signified that a home was welcoming. The red door was a way of communicating to tired travelers, traveling by horse and buggy, that this was a safe place to rest for the night and have a warm meal. In Scotland, homeowners would paint their front door red to signify that they had paid off their mortgage. According…

Feng Shui door Entrance
February 22, 2019

Feng Shui door Entrance

Do you find money leaving you as quickly as it comes in, virtually flying out of your hands? Do people in your house bicker constantly? Do you sometimes feel dizzy, nauseated or even anxious for no reason? The placement of the doors in your house could be partly to blame. Doors facing each other across a hallway should either be completely aligned with each other…

Black front door Feng Shui
February 17, 2019

Black front door Feng Shui

Black is the color associated with water, and in feng shui, water equals wealth. But black is considered a very strong color. It’s not an easy color to paint with, which probably is the reason why we don’t see black paint used more in decorating. And that’s unfortunate. Black is a power color. Only those with daring use it. Only those who can handle it’s powerful…

Feng Shui front door
January 28, 2019

Feng Shui front door

(c) Tara Pearce via Est Magazine One of the most frequent feng shui questions I receive is about the alignment of doors (both interior and exterior) and the influence of such door alignment on the feng shui energy of your home. As this is a concern with numerous houses, let s look into some easy feng shui solutions. First, let s see why the direct alignment of…

Feng Shui mirror in front of door
January 23, 2019

Feng Shui mirror in front of door

A red door attracts good fortune, according to feng shui. Bagua mirrors belong on the outside of the house, usually over the front door or main entrance of a home. In feng shui, the bagua marks the auspicious energy zones of a location, typically the different rooms or areas of a house. Baguas are used to manage chi - positive energy - and powerful bagua mirrors…

Feng Shui mirror Facing door
January 18, 2019

Feng Shui mirror Facing door

Fengshui is an ancient art and science developed over 3, years ago in China. It s a term composed of two Chinese words: feng (wind) and shui (water). Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere on Earth. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. Chinese people believe that good fengshui of a…

Front door Feng Shui
December 19, 2018

Front door Feng Shui

(773) 619-1368 If you are new to Feng Shui or looking for a consultant, I highly recommend Liz. I found Liz to be very easy and comfortable to work with. What I most appreciated about Liz was how well she explained certain aspects of Feng Shui. Even more, Liz s availability and responsiveness was key to my experience, whether it was by phone, text or email. Rather…

Feng Shui closet Doors
December 14, 2018

Feng Shui closet Doors

Although feng shui dates back thousands of years, it remains one of the most popular design philosophies. While this ancient Chinese art once used astrology to lay out congruent cities, today it’s more about utilizing various principles to find good “qi, ” which translates to “perfect spot.” When it comes to closets, we could all use good qi. You can easily implement…

Feng Shui front door Facing South
October 10, 2018

Feng Shui front door Facing South

When looking for a new house, you should know what type of house enables to bring you wealth, energize your health and help your career. According to the theory of Chinese Feng Shui, there are eight types of auspicious houses can give people solid financial status, harmonious family relationships, good public relationships and happy marriage status. The most…

Feng Shui Stairs outside front door
July 21, 2018

Feng Shui Stairs outside front door

Stairways do more than just provide a way for us to get from one floor to the other. If placed properly, stairways can help the energy that exists in our home, called chi, to move up and down easily and smoothly. If stairways are not done well, they can inhibit the proper flow of energy throughout the home. Worse still, poor stairways can create problems or even…

Feng Shui Lions front door
June 26, 2018

Feng Shui Lions front door

Feng Shui Fu Dogs are a Classical Feng Shui Protection Cure Feng shui Fu Dogs, or Imperial Guardian Lions, are a strong feng shui protection symbol. Fu Dogs were traditionally placed in front of Imperial palaces, temples, and government offices. Fu Dogs were also a traditional feng shui symbol of family wealth and social status and were placed in front of wealthy…

Feng Shui Bell on door
June 1, 2018

Feng Shui Bell on door

Did you know that one of Feng Shui’s most important functions is to ensure your safety? The front door is the most important spot to feel secure about, yet we are often in a position where we cannot see who may be coming and going. To alert you to the action at your front door, good Feng Shui recommends hanging a bell or bells there. Here are the bells I’ve hung…

Feng Shui front Doors
May 22, 2018

Feng Shui front Doors

When it comes to good Feng Shui it doesn’t take much to really nail it. A few months ago I did a class at the local library on how to Feng Shui your front door and I remember the library coordinator raising an eyebrow as if it wasn’t possible to talk for a full hour on one small topic. While each area of our home does hold many nuances, making it easy for me…

Feng Shui Stairs front door
May 7, 2018

Feng Shui Stairs front door

In the home Feng Shui, the importance of the stair is often neglected. In fact, the staircase ranks only second to the gate in terms of Qi portal and it is the key for the in and out of Qi; the stairway serves as the gate to the upstairs and the well located stair will bring auspiciousness to the upstairs while the poor located will bring disasters. What are…

Feng Shui front door Colours
April 27, 2018

Feng Shui front door Colours

Feng shui front door colours shows you how to choose a colour for your door that will give your home the energy that supports your lifestyle, stage of life and family needs. Changing the colour of your front door is a simple feng shui beginner tip that is fun and effective. Feng Shui Front Door Colour Tips According to feng shui, a red door is striking and encourages…

Feng Shui coins at front door
March 28, 2018

Feng Shui coins at front door

Feng Shui entrance and front door spaces to your home or business, must be set up to invite critical CHI Energy into an area. CHI, the vital Life Force Energy that swirls throughout the Universe, brings wealth and well-being to us. Blocks or deterrents to CHI Energy must be removed to allow the healthy CHI Flow to enter into our surroundings. Feng Shui Cures…

Feng Shui Main door Facing
February 6, 2018

Feng Shui Main door Facing

Derelle Ball When I decided to write about the topic of feng shui and your main door I soon realised there is so much to cover just on this one topic alone, so I’ve broken up this article into a series of sub sections discussing the main feng shui considerations when it comes to assessing the quality of qi (living energy) at your main door. What Do You First…

Feng Shui Main door Facing East
August 28, 2017

Feng Shui Main door Facing East

China surpassed Canada as the foreign country that spends the most on residential properties in the U.S.; Chinese buyers comprise 16 percent of international homebuyers. Impressive numbers, but what do these Chinese buyers look for when shopping for a house? What type of house do they prefer? Do they like a house at the end of the street, close proximity to a…

Door Facing Windows Feng Shui
August 5, 2017

Door Facing Windows Feng Shui

In Feng Shui terms, your front door, your bedroom and the siting of your cooker are the 3 most important considerations. We spend between a quarter and a third of our lives in the bedroom, re-charging our batteries in an environment that needs to be safe, secure and intimate. Family rooms, kitchens and playrooms are active spaces -Yang whereas where we sleep…

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