Feng Shui principles go back thousands of years to the ancient Chinese who believed in an energy force called chi or qi that flows through the home.

A home with good Feng Shui helps to create harmony in its surroundings.  A variety of methods can help facilitate the flow of positive energy including the mindful placement of furniture and other items. The suggestions in this article can help you create a more harmonious environment.

Today, Western society has embraced the notion of chi (qi) and many Feng Shui rules have made it into popular culture. Read on to learn about some important aspects of creating good Feng Shui in your home.

1. Feng Shui Starts at the Front Door

In Feng Shui, the front door is the mouth by which the most energy enters your home. That means that it plays a very important role in bringing in positive energy.

Your front door is the first thing you see when you come home, so make it a pleasant site. Choose a front door that is proportionate to the rest of your house. Try and have the front door as the largest door in your home.

Make sure that you maintain your door properly keeping its hinges oiled and its paint unchipped. If you don't, then it can drain positive energy from your home.

You can correct any of the the imbalances mentioned in this article by searching for other Feng Shui remedies or using a qualified Feng Shui professional.

One very simple and powerful way to to clear, balance and harmonize the energy in your environment is to use someone who specializes in Energetic Feng Shui.

2. Feng Shui Is Most Important for the Bedroom

Your bedroom has a huge effect on your energy levels since it is the place where you are supposed to rest. It is also the place where couples go for romance, giving it a second major role in creating good energy in your home.

That's why you need to be careful about how you organize the furniture in your bedroom and where you put items like mirrors and windows.

Bed Placement

Ideally, you want to place your bed across from your doorway, but not with your feet pointing right at it. This is because in Chinese tradition, the deceased are carried out of the bedrooms feet first.

Don’t place your bed in front of a window because this can destabilize your energy while you sleep. Instead, place your bed somewhere where you can clearly see your door and where you can place your headboard against a wall. This will help ground you while you sleep.

Television

You should also take the television out of your bedroom if you have one in there. It's distracting and it emits positive ions that, in Feng Shui, are believed to drain your energy.

Mirrors

As a final rule, make sure that you don't hang any mirrors in a location where you can see yourself from the bed. This can create a disruptive effect on your relationship.

3. Feng Shui Can Liven Up Your Living Room

For your living room, you need to focus on decluttering and creating a harmonious space. If your living room is disorganized, it will inhibit the flow of positive energy in your home.

Start by picking up anything that is laying out like your child's toys, junk mail tossed on the coffee table, or DVDs that are out of their cases stacked in a pile. This will help encourage good chi in your space.

Color

Next, consider the color of your living room. Try to go for lighter colors to invite a sense of balance in your home. You should also consider accent walls in light blue, pale yellows, light grays, and whitewashed green. These colors create a tranquil and relaxing space.

Light

Now that your walls are the right color, you need to make sure that they are getting enough light. Try to choose homes with large windows and place mirrors on your back wall to create a large and open feel for your living room.

Functionality

If you have a lot of superfluous furniture in your home, then it can make your home feel cluttered. Make sure that everything in your living room has a purpose and is functional.

Additionally, if you want to tuck away some of your clutter while creating more functionality, consider purchasing furniture with hidden storage.

Organization

Whatever decorative objects are in your living room should be organized on floating shelves and bookshelves to create a good flow of energy. By placing your items on elevated platforms, you bring the energy of the room upwards.

4. Feng Shui Can Bring Wealth in Through Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is one of the three most important spaces in your home for Feng Shui (the others are the bathroom and bedroom).

Your kitchen should be a room that nourishes your soul. It's also a symbol of your prosperity and wealth.

One good idea is to put herb plants in your kitchen to give it an earthy balance that creates calm.

The Stove

As one of the biggest sources of heat in your house, your stove has a very big effect on the Feng Shui of your home.

It's best to face your kitchen toward the south or southwest since this is the direction for the fire element. Your kitchen is another room that should be free from clutter so that it can have a logical energy flow.

5. Feng Shui Can Create a Balanced Energy in Your Home Office

Feng Shui can be used in your home office to attract prosperity. Consider positioning your desk so that it can see the door. This puts you into a "power position" that allows you to take command of the room.

You should try to never have your back toward the door, as this is considered distracting. Also avoid putting it in front of a large mirror or window since these will drain your energy.

For your office, and the other rooms in your home, you will also need to choose the right window treatments. Consider soft curtains with nice light shades of fabric or curtains made from a natural material. This will create a comforting environment.

6. Feng Shui Can Be Done in Your Bathroom Too

The bathroom gets a pretty bad rap in Feng Shui. But with some mindful choices, you can combat that negative energy flow.

If your bathroom opens into your bedroom, make sure that the division is clearly defined.

If you have a mirror hanging on your bathroom door, you should consider moving it to the outside. This can prevent good energy from entering the bathroom where it would be drained.

7. Feng Shui Is Important for Storage Spaces as Well

You may think that when you close the door to your closet, you trap all the bad energy of its disorganization.  But Feng Shui energy flows will still be disrupted.

Think about the last time you cleaned your house quickly and just tucked things away wherever before a friend came over. Did you feel satisfied and comfortable? Probably not.

Not only does tidying up like this force you to lose things, but it also prevents you from achieving a full state of mental peace.

8. Don't Align the Wrong Doors

In Feng Shui, everything is about energy flow. Doorways are the way energy makes itself from one room to another. Make sure you never align your front door with your back door or all of the energy will flow out of your home.

You should also not align your bathroom door with your kitchen door. You don't want these two energies mingling together.

One More Easy and Powerful Way to Feng Shui Your Home for Dramatic Results

Energetic Feng Shui is an amazing and powerful way to clear, balance and harmonize the energy in your home.

One thing the Energetic Feng Shui can do that can be challenging with other methods is that this clearing and balancing can remove negative energy fields left behind by strong emotions and negative actions.

This method was created by Michael Mohoric, the former Secretary of the International Tibetan Qigong Assoc.

This inexpensive process can be done anywhere in the world.  Michael has over 233,000 Facebook followers and thousands of people have posted how his energy healing has transformed their lives .

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