Feng Shui

Feng Shui
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Feng Shui

Feng shui helps you make the most of your living space by harmonizing its energy flow. Balancing yin and yang energies is also part of feng shui, and generally speaking, a house or an apartment feels best when it’s got them both energies. Yin is feminine energy associated with nighttime, coolness, and quiet. Yang is masculine, denoting: the sun, sociability, and heat.

You can change the feeling of your space by playing with these energies.

Ok, but how can I practice feng shui in real life? Because everyone’s living space is different, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to feng shui, but here are three simple things you can apply now in your house:

1. Kill the clutter, especially in the bedroom: I read Marie Kondo’s book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” and applied everything I learned.

2.Prepare the environment for the new things you want; the vacuum law of attraction works. For example, if you want a new rug, clean up where you want something new, sell or donate the old one, and make space for what is to come.

3. Add plants (the wood element) to inspire productivity and money: if you like indoor plants, orchids are a great option because they bloom at least every six months again.

Thankfully, it doesn’t need to be challenging. With these few ideas, you will have a kickstart to your journey into a happier and healthier home. So whether you’re new to feng shui or an expert, try to apply it. If you want to know more about it, go to my sister’s website she is a specialist in this field, Julia Meyer Pflug.

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