Feng Shui And How To Use Plants Indoor

Feng Shui And How To Use Plants Indoor – Feng shui decorating often makes use of plants to increase the amount of wood chi (also spelled as qi) within a space. Wood chi is the chi that is associated with new beginnings and momentum. But an excess of wood chi might result in high levels of aggression and impatience. Feng shui is all about creating a balanced, pleasing environment so too much wood energy is not a good thing.

It is important to remember that only living plants have wood energy. Once a plant is no longer living it will either have neutral chi or sha chi. There is some controversy about decorating with dried plants.

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Feng Shui: Home Decoration In The Year Of The Goat

Feng Shui advices for 2015: Home decoration in the year of the Goat – The goat in Chinese zodiac represent home and family. In the same time, it is a symbol of purity,art and beauty, so Feng Shui teachers recommend to keep your house immaculately clean this year.

Start with the entrance door. Make the lightning stronger, paint the walls in brighter colors and buy a new doormat – it will bring the good vibrations to your home.

Clean the home from negative energy using orange peel.

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Feng Shui Tips For The Home Entrance

Feng Shui Tips For The Home Entrance – A positive feng shui home is said to bring good energy into your home that can result in the positive flow of money, health and love. Creating a home with positive feng shui can be achieved with just a few environmental changes. By implementing the below basic steps you can create more harmony in your home.

Feng shui tips for the front door. The front door is a great place to start and is highly regarded as one of the key indicators to a happy feng shui home. Basically, you want a clear path to your front door to allow the energy (chi) free access to your home.

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Feng Shui And Eco Projects In Your Home

Feng Shui And Eco Projects In Your Home – The roof is a very important feature to a house and in fact, the initial enclosure of a roof on a new building will establish what we call the ‘flying star chart’ for the space, having semi-permanent influences on the health and well-being of the occupants.

In the case of solar panels, it would hardly be considered a construction project since the application of the panels is fairly easy to do and it does not disturb the roof in any significant way. Re-roofing and tearing away the old roof might be considered more imposing than the installation of solar panels.

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Red Color In Feng Shui

Red color in feng shui – Red is a powerful color. It is primal and not easily ignored. It is the color of blood, the beating heart, birth, death and love. It is a romantic color used traditionally for Valentine’s day and in Chinese weddings for good luck. It is recommended for bedrooms to encourage lovemaking and early pregnancy. In feng shui it is the most yang (active) of all the colors and represents the fire element–and is the only color feng shui consultants use that is as effective as any of the elements.

We use red color in home decorating to warm an environment, to enhance appetite or encourage romantic feelings. Most people like red because it is an excitable color – it can make us more amorous.

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Old Furniture & Negative Feng Shui Implications

Most of us do not rearrange the furniture in our home very often. Big pieces of furniture such as the bookcases, sofas, beds and dining tables pretty much stay in the same position in our homes for years, if not decades. Old furniture that hasn’t been used for a long time can create many negative feng shui implications. That energy around such furniture is stale and stagnant. Over the years accumulation of stale Chi will start to emit a great amount of sick energy.

Examples of furniture prone to stale energy build-up are old bookcases. Very often, many of us have great big bookcases filled with tones old books. Chances are, we don’t remember the last time we read, or even touched a book from the shelves.

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