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Helpful Tips

  • Place photographs of family in the East.
  • Think pairs in the Southwest. i.e. Two candlesticks, a photo of you and your mate, two pictures hanging side by side.
  • Take your shoes off at the door and honor your sacred space.
  • No mail on counter tops.
  • Have a place for your car keys.
  • Keep toilet lids down.
  • Keep bathroom doors closed.
  • Hang a wind chime in the North to get your career flowing.
  • Place a lucky jade plant in the Southeast as your symbolic money tree.
  • Display children’s artwork in the West.
  • Whenever possible, sleep with your head against a solid wall.
  • Have two matching bedside tables and two matching lamps in adult bedrooms, for balance and equality between the couple.
  • Do not have water features in a bedroom like fountains or aquariums. They can contribute to loss of prosperity.
  • Candles are great in the South for illumination of your “Fame and Reputation”. Awards and achievements can be placed here too.
  • If it is broken, fix it!
  • Do an art and book survey and make sure you surround yourself with positive titles going into your subconscious.
  • Make sure hallways are free from impediments like clutter on the floor.
  • Hang education diplomas and academic honors in the Northeast.
  • Place symbols of heavenly support like an angel or a picture of your mentor in the Northwest.
  • Enclose your TV. This allows the family to focus on communication. Do not make your TV an altar in your home.
  • Wood cabinets and healthy plants are always great in a kitchen.
  • Keep the TV out of an adult bedroom. Think romance, sanctuary, and rest!
  • Remove or cover any mirrors in a bedroom.
  • A bright red bedroom is too yang. Think soft tones.
  • When placing furniture, a circular or octagonal shape is best. This allows communication to circulate and flow freely.
  • Children and pets are great chi enhancers in the home.
  • Think balance, yin and yang, in decorating. Find a happy medium with light and dark, heavy and light objects through out your space. Make sure that it is neither too feminine nor too masculine.
  • Some Feng Shui is better than no Feng Shui!
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