The Harmonious Helper – 7 Tips For Incorporating Feng Shui Into Your Home


Feng shui is an ancient art and science developed in China approximately 3000 years ago. It teaches us how to balance energies in any given space—whether it is a home, office, or garden–in order to assure good fortune for the people inhabiting it.

Getting started with feng shui in your home can be easy when you start with the basics and gradually move on to the more complex feng shui levels. To help you get started with good feng shui in your home, here are some helpful feng shui house steps for beginners.


Light and air quality

These two elements are essential for good feng shui energy (called Chi) in your home. Open the curtains and windows and let the sun come in and calming breeze flow through. Try introducing air-purifying plants or use an air purifier can increase good energy. Allow as much natural light as possible into your home, and consider using full-spectrum lights.


Get rid of clutter

Get rid of everything you do not love in your house. Clutter clearing is a time-and-energy-consuming process that will feel very therapeutic, but it will also help you “lighten up the load,” and clear your mind. Do not skip this step, as it is an essential one in creating harmonious house feng shui energy.


Find your feng shui birth element

Finding your feng shui birth element can be supportive to your personal energy. For example, if your birth element is wood, you need to introduce the expressions of wood feng shui element, such as the wood element colors (Green, Brown) rectangular shapes, etc. to help enhance your personal energy

You will also need a strong earth element in your home as they harmonise together. The perfect way to ensure a balanced energy is to incorporate both elements together. For example, the wood and earth elements mixed together are objects such as luscious indoor trees, a soft leather lounge or handmade natural terrariums.


Get the Basics of 5 Feng Shui Elements

Feng shui is all about balance. Introducing the 5 basic elements into your home can create vibrant positive energy and balance throughout your home. For example, if you are working on attracting more prosperity, Introduce the feng shui elements of Wood and Water in the Southeast area of your house. If you need to improve your health, place lush plants representing the Wood element or pieces of wood furniture in the East area of your home.


Define Your Energy Map

Define the feng shui energy map of your home, by using one of the two main feng shui methods: the classical school Bagua or the BTB grid. Once you define the energy map, you will know which areas of your home are connected to specific areas of your life and how to add each element correctly to utilise this energy. For example, in traditional feng shui, the Southeast feng shui area of your home is connected to the flow of money energy in your life.


Find Out Your Kua Number and Your Lucky Directions

Find out your Kua number and your lucky directions so that you can be energised from your best or lucky feng shui directions. Your lucky number and direction helps find the perfect placement for things in your home such as the adjustment of your bed position, your desk, the seating in your dining area, etc. For example, if your Kua number is 1, it is best to face one of the following directions: Southeast, East, South, and North.


Always Be Mindful of the Quality of Energy in Your Home

Always be mindful of the energy in your home and how its energy influences your well-being and how it changes throughout your life. Make a habit of paying close attention to the energy in your life and your home paying close attention to areas you spend the most time in like your bedroom, your bathroom, and your kitchen. Nothing is static in the world of energy, so be wise and keep your home healthy and happy.

After you have mastered these seven home feng shui steps, you can explore the deeper levels of feng shui, such as the annual movement of feng shui stars, or energies. Be sure to start with the basic steps and have fun, and try to enjoy the process! This is good feng shui.





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