Feng Shui for beginners: 10 rules for every home

Odds are, you’ve heard for feng shui before but never really knowing what actually it represents. Basically: Feng shui is an ancient Chinese system that looks at object arrangements and what they mean for a home’s energy.

Any great energy that goes over your limit will quickly get bounced back outside.

All garages are full of bad and chaotic energy that is just too heavy. That kind of energy is not good for the lace you get your rest in.

Feng Shui is the art of arranging and clearing negative energy from the home. If you want to clear and organize your mind, try practicing yoga.

Ovens are a symbol of wealth and money in feng shui: They bring positive luck and draw in cash. Keep yours clean and oil-free.

Electronics are not good for the brain and that just banish them from the bedroom.

Except if you need to get shot head-on by energy while you’re trying to rest.

Mess is too dangerous to a home and its holders, particularly when it overpowers the second you stroll in the entryway. Depend on savvy stockpiling (trunks, coat storage rooms, and so on) to keep your anteroom — and brain — zen.

Feng Shui is the art of arranging and clearing negative energy from the home. If you want to clear and organize your mind, try practicing yoga.

This hub is a symbol of family and love: We need people to gather around it and feel welcome. Keep it shimmering tidy and set up a different workspace for the children to do schoolwork and special projects.

Bright tones are great for different parts of the home, however, for kids, they’re simply too energetic to stimulate rest.

This means that something in your life is broken or will be the soon. It symbolizes lack and unwellness.

Washroom energy is kinda dirty. You don’t need that gross energy all around your home.

Feng Shui is the art of arranging and clearing negative energy from the home. If you want to clear and organize your mind, try practicing yoga.