Use these Feng Shui Secrets in your Home to Attract Wealth
Basically, feng shui decorating means applying the feng shui wisdom to create harmonious energy in any home, be it modern, classical or mid-century. Good feng shui decorating will never scream for attention or fight with the style of the home, but rather create an energy that is vibrant, happy and harmoniously complimenting the already present identity of the home (or office).
Did you know that feng shui, when used properly in your home’s design, can affect your bank account? Here are some basic tips based on the ancient art of balancing energy:
Keep your kitchen clean. Your kitchen is directly related to your ability to attract money. To attract more money, keep the stove clean. Use every burner equally and make sure that they all work. Also remove all the clutter from the kitchen table.
Decorate in red, purple or green. Color has a powerful impact on mood, and red is considered auspicious and powerful. Purple and green are also key colors for attracting prosperity.
Make your front door inviting. If it is hard and confusing to find your front door, then it will be hard for opportunities to make their way into your life.
Lose clutter and add plants and water. To bring in more prosperity, you need to create a vibrant, healthy, inspiring and clutter-free home. Clutter jams up good energy and leads to procrastination. Plants and flowers bring in vibrant life forces. Fountains are important wealth adjustments as they stimulate prosperity and energy and symbolize wealth.
Display wealth symbols. Display feng shui symbols in your environment that speak to you of wealth and abundance. This can be either classical symbols, such as the wealth ship, for example, or your own representation of wealth energy.
Remember, good feng shui does not bring you wealth if you do not strive for it, but it gives you the necessary support to seek your wealth and fortune.
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