Feng Shui Tips for Interiors

 

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Everyone desires to live in a property that has good Interior Feng Shui. A house with good feng shui energy will promote a good flow of harmonious chi, happiness as well as brings lots of prosperity to the family. Contrariwise bad interior feng shui may lead to financial problems, health issues against the family members. But, what are the important we should prioritize when examining the interior of a house? To check-up the interior of a house, first you need to learn how to perform some simple measurements and determine the interior of a property correctly.

Here are some summarized tips and suggestions on How to Evaluate a House with Good Interior Feng Shui:

  • Avoid a house that has a missing sector. If more than 1/3 of any grid space is missing then is considered to have a missing sector problem.
  • The back door should never visible from the main door when looking in as such arrangements do not allow chi to circulate within the house.
  • The main door should not open inward a confined hall. Install bright lighting if the space is too narrow.
  • The main door should never open face directly to a staircase. Place a divider or screen in between the staircase.
  • Do not have a mirror in front of the main door when looking in. This causes any good fortune to come in and then instantly flow out again.
  • The living room area should be designed in good size, not too large nor too small in order to allow chi to flow in circulation. The shape also best in regular shape.
  • The living room must be bright without any lights turned on. Make sure there is at least one window where can be open to allow the chi and sunlight to enter.
  • There shouldn’t a toilet too near to the main entrance or faces directly to a toilet. This causes the chi that enters the house to become sour.
  • Toilets and bathrooms should not be located in the North sector of the house, as this flushes away career and promotion opportunities.
  • Toilets should not be located right above the main door on the upper floor. The ideal solution is to stop using the toilet or shine a bright light upwards the toilet location from the lower floor.
  • Avoid too many overhead beams in the house. This tends to cause illness to those seated or sleep directly below.
  • Do not have too many doors opening from a long corridor. This will cause quarrels in the family.
  • Doors should not directly face an opened window, as chi will come in and goes out straight away.
  • All bedrooms and study room must be regular in shape and doesn’t have any sharp objects pointed to a bed or sitting area.
  • The kitchen must be located in the back half of the house and should not position in the center of the home.
  • It is best not to have split levels in a house. However, if a house has different levels then make sure dining areas always higher than living rooms and kitchens.

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