A Guide To Small Feng Shui Inspired Changes To Make At Home
Feng shui is all about turning your living space into a space that encourages nourishment, mindfulness, and balance. It transforms your space from being a simple room to bringing you good vibes.
Your energy is aligned with your surroundings; science supports it because living in an overcrowded space can act as a stressor in your life. What you surround yourself with contributes to the flow of energy in your house.
It’s all about creating a balance in your living space, and there are no hard and fast rules to do it; you have to create a space you thrive in. Here are a few changes you can make to optimize the energy flow of the room.
1. Dump The Clutter
Marie Kondo it all! No matter who you are or what you have, clutter has a way of following us all, but it’s time to let it go because it’s contributing to stressful energy.
Packing it away isn’t going to cut it either, so keep what you need and get rid of the rest. You don’t have to throw it out; you can give it to people who would make good use of it, so consider donating it or even having a yard sale.
2. Bring In The Light And Air
Light and air keep the good energy flowing throughout the home, and try to light up any areas that seem a bit grim. To maximize the flow of light, keep your windows and mirrors clean, and keep your space bright!
3. Make It Livable
Sometimes we get so caught up in functionality we forget to make our homes comfortable. If you’re single, make your home inviting for a partner, keep a spare towel lying around if someone needs it.
If you’ve just gotten out of a relationship and you have reminders of the relationship lying around, then consider getting rid of it at your own pace, of course. Keep the energy moving and ready for the next person.
4. Add Plants
Keeping a plant near your workspace should bring you wealth, prosperity, and growth. But the energy isn’t the same for all plants, so be careful with your choices.
Cacti are seen as bad energy plants because they don’t need much water and are unfriendly. Some lucky plants you can keep around your home are lucky bamboo, English ivy, or a ficus.
5. Yin And Yang
When decorating, try and keep a balance between everything like Yin and Yang; you can do this by balancing the numbers of cushions and creating a balance between light and dark colors around your living space.
These are only a few changes that can kick start your positive energy flow in your home as well as in the rest of your life. Hopefully, it brings you all the luck this year!