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7 Things To Remove From Your Home For Good Feng Shui

Feng Shui is the practice to encourage the optimal flow of good energy, also known as Chi in a living or working space. It suggests that you can improve your wealth, fortune and vitality by staying in a harmonious environment with balanced energy. 

It is important to remove any items that are blocking and disrupting the positive energy in your own home. What you should do now is to take around and remove these items to promote good Feng Shui at home. 

1. Maintain the Main Entrance Clear and Unobstructed

The main entrance is regarded as the mouth of chi, so it is essential to have good energy in this space. Many people like to place shoes, bags, umbrellas and many other items at the main door for convenience. All these items create visual clutter and energy blockage that prevents or limit opportunities to come into your life. 

It is recommended to have a closed shelved cabinet, so that you can keep everything in place inside. Besides promoting good energy, it also creates a clutter less and attractive main entrance.

2. Remove Clutter and Unused Stuff everywhere in The House

We all know that clearing clutter makes the space spacious and promotes better chi flow circulation. Besides the main entrance, it is a good practice to clear clutter and mess from every sector of your house. Here are some items that you should clear so that stagnant energies will not accumulate.

– Things that bring back bad memories, for example items that bring back painful memories from a past relationship, events, etc 

– Clear expired food from your fridge

– Dispose items that you have not used for over 2 years 

– Unwanted items like old newspaper, receipts should be thrown away

cactus removed for good feng shui

3. No Thorny Plants

It is preferable to avoid keeping cactus or any plants that have prickling spikes at home. It creates poison arrows that cause unnecessary conflicting energies to accumulate. However, it can be placed outside of your house or balcony for protection against external killing energies.

4. Remove TV and Electronic Devices from Bedroom

Bedroom is a space for you to rest and rejuvenate. If a TV is placed in the bedroom, it creates Yang masculine energy and makes it hard for you to have a good sleep quality. Electronic devices also emit EMF that is harmful to our health, so remove them from your bedroom.

5. Keep Away Painting with Negative or Wrong Message

If you are displaying paintings in your house. It is good to choose those with the positive messaging. Avoid those that represent negativity.

Here are some examples:

Good painting

  • Sun rise and greenery that symbolise growth 
  • Fish of abundance
  • Blossoming flower 
  • Mountain and water 

Bad painting

  • Sunset 
  • Nudity
  • Ferocious animals 
  • Falling leaves 
  • Skeleton and black crow
  • Violence and killing

6. Throw away Withered or Dead Plants

Plants are good natural air purifier and also add beauty to your home. But always take good care of them and throw away any dead or withered plants. They represent dead stagnant energy and might bring unfavourable chi into the space.
repair bulb good feng shui

7. Ditch or Fix Damaged Faulty Lighting/appliances 

Spoilt items disrupt the energy flow in your house and bring stuck chi. It is vital to look out for such situation. Replace a burnt out bulb, clocks that have stopped or fixing a leaky faucet. If it cannot be fixed, replace with a new working one.

Besides removing the clutter for good Feng Shui, it is also advisable to open windows and door to encourage fresh energy flow. It can help to improve the ventilation too.

Hope these tips can help you create a harmonious living and working space if you are working from home too.

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