Feng Shui Fortune (Eight Steps to Improve Home Feng Shui Fortune)
1. The position under the roof beam must be away from the space
In many old-fashioned houses And in the apartment, the beams cross the ceiling, which looks beautiful visually, but it is actually a taboo of Feng Shui, because it cuts off the energy of the living room – “Qi”. If the bed is placed under the beam, fatigue, insomnia, and nightmares will follow.
So the position under the roof beam must be left empty. If the ceiling is covered with architectural beams, we can enhance the harmony and beauty of the room by adding objects of color or different materials, or by hanging some dynamic objects.
2. The placement of the bed should be reasonable.
The bed is our source of energy. Unreasonable placement will cause a serious loss of energy, threaten our safety, and make sleeping people feel very tired. Therefore, avoid the head of the bed or the end of the bed facing the doors and windows, or put the mirror in front of the bed.
3. Youyou Resource Network should turn off the tap.
Experts have noticed that many households leave the taps on for economical or other reasons, which is very bad. Because even the slight sound of dripping water can disturb our sleep, and our energy will quietly drain with the sound of water.
4. The decorative wall paintings should be carefully selected.
Do not hang works with tragic colors, nostalgic atmosphere, dangerous fighting scenes. And don’t put soft toys of ferocious animals in the children’s room, as well as knight’s swords, pistols, and the like. When these toys are not in use, put them in the storage box.
5. It is not advisable to place aggressive plants indoors.
These plants usually have hard, sword-shaped leaves. Also keep an eye out for plants with thorns, such as ‘cacti’. Also, don’t keep sick or dying plants indoors, or store dried bouquets or garlands. These are symbols of death. Fresh plants are best placed in the southeast corner of the room, representing “prosperity”.
Experts warn: No plants can be placed in the bedroom, otherwise it is the embodiment of the Chinese word “sleepy”.
6. Avoid all kinds of edges and corners.
Angular shapes are known in Feng Shui as “back arrows” because they show a combative side. For example, round door handles are better than others. The shape of any item should be curved, avoiding sharp corners.
7. Two Youyou resource networks cannot oppose each other.
Feng Shui believes that if two doors face each other, there must be a retreat. So, if the door of your house is on the opposite side, you should hang a Chinese knot on the door to dissolve it.
8. Don’t block the door.
Don’t hang clothes at the door, pile up shoes, or put huge furniture in the way. Let the “qi” flow freely without hindrance, and don’t slow down due to any obstruction. The entrance to the room should be kept clean and bright, while dark and dull tones will deplete the fresh air.