Monday, September 10, 2007

Creating a Harmonious Environment: Tip #1

Starting today, I will begin posting a tip of the day for creating a Harmonious Environment. Feng Shui, good design, Vastu and other principles will be used.

Tip #1
Keep the Entryway and all Doorways Free of Clutter
The front door to your home is of paramount importance, as it is the main access point for chi to flow inside. The pathway leading to your front door and into your home and entryway should be inviting, open and free from clutter. Visualize life-force energy, as it flows up your walkway and into your home. Are there obstacles preventing the chi from flowing smoothly and easily? Do you open the door to a pile of shoes and coats thrown on a nearby chair? Does your door hang on its hinges correctly, open and close properly, is it in good condition?

Overgrown bushes, dead plants or flowers, discarded objects outside your home, and clutter inside or around the front door and entry area can result in chi moving too slowly or inadequately into your home. The chi in your home becomes too yin and the result is that your home feels stagnant, as not enough fresh energy is entering your home. As clutter inside the home causes negative, stagnant chi, so do overgrown bushes, dead plants or flowers, or discarded objects outside your home.

Keep all doorways in your home free of clutter to help ensure the proper flow of chi in each room.

For many more tips, go to:
Harmonious Environment:Beautify, Detoxify & Energize Your Life, Your Home & Your Planet

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