Focus on the entrance to your home or building to welcome good Chi; Place a bamboo plant near your front door, it will attract good Chi and financial security.
One of the primary concepts of Feng Shui interior design is energy — often referred to as Chi. Feng Shui interior design attempts to direct, retain, and channel this energy in a way that is most beneficial to those using the room. This can be done by the placement of objects at different compass locations or by using furniture made of specific types of material.
Buildings alter the flow of such Chi due to their shape, openings and the materials they are made of. The orientation of a building to the sun and planets will determine the kind of Chi that enters it and it has been found that energy most easily moves through doors when compared to windows and other apertures.
Hence, proper alignment, directions are extremely important when it comes to Feng Shui design and layout. Feng Shui has eight basic directions, four that are considered primary and four that are secondary further sub divided into three parts which actually gives 24 directions as per the special Feng Shui compass that facilitates a perfect alignment, positioning and analysis of the property.
This in turn helps in deciding the layout, room positioning and décor including placement of fixtures, furnishings, furniture and adapting the right colours pertain to the specific sectors.
The principles of Feng Shui explain the interaction of people with their environment. Like the Laws of Physics, they govern every aspect of human life from the surfaces and seemingly trivial features of our living space to our inner most aims and motivations and, ultimately, our physical and mental well-being.
Feng Shui founded on the same lines as oriental medicine, propagates the basic idea that currents of energy travelling through the universe and linked to both space and time help to determine the context in which we live our lives maximizing the potential for success at work and home.
It is said that, a large portion of the future occupant’s fate can be decided by the way the building is placed on a piece of land. Using time-tested mathematical formulas based on the date and how a structure is to be placed on a piece of land, one could build a home that ushers success, prosperity, good health, and a happy family life.
- Surround your home with natural rocks and if few rocks are placed at the four corners of the property they signify strong and stable earth Chi.
- The design and adaptation of Feng Shui should always be done having the people who will be in it in mind as the occupants comfort must be of the highest priority.
- Focus on the entrance to your home or building to welcome good energy (Chi) and avoid clutter in this area, place a bamboo plant near your front door, it will attract good energy and financial security into your home.
- To activate wealth luck, place a purple coloured smooth crystal ball or that of amethyst at Southeast.