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Feng Shui: How to create more positive energy in your home

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Want more positive energy in your home? Then you should definitely read these 5 things.
When it comes to furnishing your apartment in a harmonious and orderly way, you hear about Feng Shui all the time. This Chinese teaching from the Far East is very widespread and popular with all those who want more harmony and balance in their four walls. Feng Shui comes from Chinese and means “wind” and “water”. It is the teaching of the harmony of man with his environment. Here you will find out what it is, how to design your home according to the Feng Shui concept and what Feng Shui experts would avoid having in your four walls.

Want more positive energy in your home? Then you should definitely read these 5 things.
When it comes to furnishing your apartment in a harmonious and orderly way, you hear about Feng Shui all the time. This Chinese teaching from the Far East is very widespread and popular with all those who want more harmony and balance in their four walls. Feng Shui comes from Chinese and means “wind” and “water”. It is the teaching of the harmony of man with his environment. Here you will find out what it is, how to design your home according to the Feng Shui concept and what Feng Shui experts would avoid having in your four walls.

 

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Light
According to Feng Shui, light is considered a powerful force and strengthens our chi flow. Therefore, your living rooms should have translucent curtains and blinds that do not completely obscure. In corners and rooms where daylight is lacking, artificial light sources can also be used. Soft light is recommended in the living room and bedroom, while bright light is allowed in the kitchen, office or hallway.

Plants
Whether in a vase or in a pot: Fresh flowers and plants make every room more comfortable, ensure a better room climate and are also ideal for strengthening vital energy. Blind spots and corners benefit and are enlivened. However, for sufficient chi, it is important that the plants are maintained regularly and do not penetrate into corners or side areas.
Decorate with round and curved shapes

Round and curved shapes
According to Chinese Feng Shui teachings, decoration is encouraged and can even have a positive effect. However, when setting up, you must not only make sure that the accessories fit well with the room, but also that they fulfill their function. In order for the Chi to flow harmoniously through the apartment, you need to choose your accessories carefully.Instead of angular or angular decorative objects, use mainly round and curved shapes.
Placement of the mirror
Mirrors are a chapter of their own in Feng Shui. Because only if they are placed in the right place can they have a positive effect. A mirror in a room like the dining room or the living room, where you like to meet with friends or family, should certainly guarantee a harmonious atmosphere and energy. On the other hand, a mirror in the hallway or in the bedroom is not recommended. They reflect chi, so guests may feel rejected when entering the entrance to the apartment or house. In the bedroom, energy that has already been used would be rejected, which could disrupt a restful sleep.

Maintain cleanliness
A tidy house is one of the most important rules of Chinese teaching. Clearing things out, putting them away and separating from what is no longer needed or used in the room is considered liberating, creates a more positive energy and helps one to find oneself.

 

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