Feng Shui for the Home
Do you think carefully about the placement of furniture within a room, or the colours of your walls and décor? Does the sight of unused clutter almost burn your eyes? If so, you’re in good company; you most likely are among the millions of people worldwide who practice Feng Shui in your home. This ancient Chinese concept relates to the flow of positive energy within your home, which if successful will also translate to a positive psychological mindset.
This infographic by HalfPrice.com.au (www.halfprice.com.au) explores the five elements of Feng Shui and also provides a variety of useful tips on how it can be used throughout your home. Feng Shui is based on the colours and cycles of five elements – fire, water, wood, metal and earth – and how these are best implemented from one room to the next, as well as indicating what elements and colours work best according to the direction of your house.
There are multiple ways in which you can practice Feng Shui to good effect, and some of these are very simple, such as shutting off electronic equipment at night and arranging your living room furniture in a way that allows for conversation to flow easily. Other methods may take a bit more work – for example, if you need to repaint or redecorate a room so that it corresponds with a particular element. However, a few minor changes could prompt a dramatic surge in positive life energy, so take a look at the infographic below to see how Feng Shui can revitalise your living space.