Tuesday, February 1, 2011

DO's and Don'ts in Feng Shui

DO arrange your kitchen with a wall behind the stove, rather than placing the stove on an island or peninsula. The wall provides solid, continual support to the prosperity of your family. If you are not planning to remodel soon, use decorative stove covers or screens, available at kitchenware shops, to create a wall effect.
DON'T install more than one stove. Rather then doubling your wealth, this will divide it. Instead, increase the number of burners on the stove top.
DO put your computer in the North or West area of your office to enhance your creativity. Place the computer in the SE if you use it to generate income.
DON'T have any mirrors in your office, as they can reflect negative energy
from clients to other people in the room.
You should always maintain control over energy in your office.
DO wear nine Chinese coins in any combination of jewelry, such as earrings, bracelets, brooches, or rings, to attract good fortune.
DON'T hang any coins on your back door; this represents your money living the premises!
DO position your Buddha diagonally across from and facing the door, which is the position of power and honor in the room.
DON'T put your Buddha on the ground so that people look down on him. Keep him level with or higher than the occupants of the room.
DO choose bedding and linens in solid colors. If they have patterns, avoid geometric, angular designs that emanate negative energy and disturb your rest.
DON'T position a bed on the short wall of a room with a pitched ceiling. The energy of the sloping ceiling will press down on the bed's occupant.

DO keep your aquarium at a level about waist-high,and an odd number of fish; this represents yang energy.

DON'T put an aquarium in or facing a bathroom or a bedroom.

This is considered unlucky and can result in loss of fortune.

DO keep a representation of a bat in a SW area to encourage marital contentment.

DON'T buy wedding rings or gowns from a divorced person. (got a hint?)

And most of all have fun with Feng Shui.

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