Harmony in the Home: Feng Shui Wisdom for Positive Energy Flow

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In stark contrast to the social and outgoing Gemini twins, Cancer, the fourth sign of the zodiac is much more of the homebody type. Quiet, calm, and nurturing, Cancers take great pride in their home and family lives. It’s of extreme importance to these sensitive creatures that their living quarters sustain a harmonious atmosphere. When the sun transitions through this sweet and mysterious sign, our focus is turned inward, while matters of the home and hearth take top priority. If your pad needs some stylish revamping this season, try some of these feng shui tips to circulate the flow of chi and raise the vibrations of your sacred space!

The Front Door

Front Door: The front door, or main door is very important in feng shui. It is where the house gets its chi, or energy so the healthier, stronger and more balanced the front door is, the stronger the quality of that energy will be! You'll want to create an open, unobstructed energy flow to the front door, meaning no garbage/recycling bins, old pots of dead plants, rakes or garden hoses, etc. laying around.  A smooth, meandering path rather than a sharp direct pathway is the ideal. If your door faces East, its element will be Wood and the best colors for your door will be green and brown. South facing doors should have a red, yellow, purple or pink door. It is associated with the element of Fire. Western facing doors prefer white and gray colors associated with the Earth element. A North facing doors represented by water should have a black or blue door.

The Living Room

Living Room: Having lots of natural light and good quality air is extremely important to the main living room. Just as there are specific colors that will help you create positive feng shui energy in your living room, there are also specific decorating shapes that can strengthen the desired prosperous and happy feng shui energy there too.  Each shape is an expression of a specific feng shui element, so choose the best shape based on the feel of your living room. For example, if you want to harness tranquil water energy into your living room, then wavy shapes resembling the flow of water can create wonderful energy.

The Bedroom

The bedroom is said to be the most important room of the house. Treat it wisely! You're going to want to get rid of any electronic distractions like a television, computer, or exercise equipment. The good feng shui energy in your bedroom is destroyed when these items are present in your bedroom. In addition to creating high EMFs (dangerous for your health), they also carry over the negative energy of work and stress, and are mainly a distraction -- aka bad news for a good relationship (with yourself or your loved one). Good feng shui bedroom decor will be very well balanced to promote the best flow of energy for restorative sleep, as well as sexual healing. The best feng shui bedroom colors are considered the so-called "skin colors" or skin toned shades, so choosing neutral or earthy colors ranging from pale white to deep, rich brown will certainly work well. 

The Bathroom

Bathroom: The bathroom can be one of the most difficult rooms in the house to bring positive energy flow. is a powerful energy connection between three feng shui areas in your home that are related to your well-being: your bedroom, your bathroom, and your kitchen. The modern feng shui bathroom has become a cosy haven of treat, luxury and pleasure. Adding soft candle lighting and air purifying plants will help keep the energy fresh and alive! Placing crystals near the window of the bathroom will also help to keep the energy circulating.

By carefully considering what you bring in, how you arrange your rooms, and how you maintain the place can leave lasting impacts on how we heal after a long day out in the harshness of reality.Treat your home and your inner world as a sacred space and enjoy the positive effects on your ability to handle stress and frustration in the outside world.


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