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Feng Shui Decor

Do you feel like your home is taking energy away from you? Your Feng Shui decor may be the one to blame... Feng shui, also spelled as one word (Fengshui), can affect the flow of energy (or chi) in your house.

This is why choosing the right shapes and colors will affect your life. A water fountain can do wonders in improving your feng shui decor.

Not only is the sound of water soothing, but the presence of moving water increases the flow of chi. As such, you shouldn't place a water fountain in your bedroom. A living room where you entertain would be a lot better choice.

Learn more about which elements you should add to your home decor, make sure to read the various links provided here. If you still have questions, don't be afraid to contact me to ask questions. I'll do my best to provide you with a fast answer to your specific concerns/questions.

Shapes and Colors Affect Your Feng Shui Decor

Generally speaking, choosing the right colors and shapes is a question of personal taste. However, you should also read up more on the effects of colors on feng shui here.

Have you ever experienced a different feeling simply by walking into another room in your home? Your feng shui decor or aromatherapy scents may be the reason why.

The placement of furniture and mirrors significantly affect the flow of energy. You want the energy flow to slow down in areas where you want to relax (bedroom, perhaps your living room) but you don't want it to become stagnant.

Adding a living element to your feng shui decor such as a plant or pets will give a little boost to your chi while adding large pieces of furniture slows down the flow of energy.

There is also the hierarchy of the five elements of feng shui to consider. Wood, water, earth, fire and metal are present throughout your feng shui decor. They can be represented by the element from which they are made or the shape of the objects.

These elements don't react well with each other, (i.e., water extinguishes fire), the same holds true for the components and furniture in your home.

Feng Shui Personality

To top things off, your personality will also affect your feng shui ... Perhaps this explains why your favorite room is different from your partner's favorite room... Find out if you are yin or yang right here.

More Feng Shui information

If you would like to read more about the history of Feng Shui, check out this wikipedia information page about Feng Shui.

If you would like to learn how to physically change your chi, make sure to visit this fengshui decor page to find out how to improve your Feng Shui at home.

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