Ways to Attract Strong Chi Into Your Home


Attracting strong Chi or feng shui energy into one’s home or office is very important. A strong, vibrant flow of Chi in your home (or office) will keep nourishing your energy, thus allowing you to focus on and achieve whatever goals you have for yourself. Good quality Chi will also contribute to harmonious, good quality relationships, vibrant health and an overall sense of well-being. Bad Chi will do just the opposite—it will attract low, negative energy into your home, which can express itself in various undesirable events and experiences.

To attract (and keep) strong Chi in your home, follow these 3 easy feng shui steps.

Outside Energy

The classical feng shui masters affirm that if the quality of outside Chi around a house is extremely low, there is no point in creating good feng shui inside a house. The first step is to carefully study the outside of your house and see if you can identify any sources of negative or low Chi. These tips will help you identify sources of negative energy and give you feng shui solutions.

Front Door

Once you have done your best in improving the feng shui energy outside your house—which can be anything from landscaping to placing subtle feng shui cures in front of your house—you are ready to attract a strong flow of Chi into your home.

Usually, major attention is paid to the front door because this is how a house absorbs its feng shui energy nourishment. The front door is called the Mouth of Chi for this specific reason. You have to have a strong, attractive front door to attract good feng shui energy. These feng shui tips will help you create a strong front door.

Whole House Benefit

Once you have done all the hard work—improved the quality of outside feng shui energy, created a strong front door (Mouth of Chi), be sure you benefit from all your efforts.

Be sure the Chi, or feng shui energy, runs smoothly throughout your whole house and that every room can keep and nourish good Chi. This applies to all rooms, even to spaces that you would rather not think about, such as the closets, the garage or the laundry room. Attracting strong Chi, as well as keeping a good, vibrant flow of Chi in your house, can be easy for you, or it might take some time and work. It all depends on the state of your house—both inner and outer state. However, all the hard work you put into it is sure worth it! After all, you and your family are the ones who will benefit from good feng shui.