31 Aug

Feng Shui Made Easy

Lissa Coffey

Lissa Coffey

Lissa Coffey

It wasn’t too long ago that when someone talked about Feng Shui most people would say “what?”  Now Feng Shui is a very familiar term that describes using the energy in our environment to create a feeling of health and well-being.  Here are some simple tips to bring good health into our households using the ancient art and science of Feng Shui:

-Clear the space.  The home needs to be both clean and organized to allow positive energy to flow.  Start with getting rid of clutter, giving the room a good cleaning, and opening up the windows to let in fresh air.

-Make sure everything in your space is in working order.  Repair or replace broken clocks, appliances, and gadgets.  Fix up peeling paint, or cracked walls.  Get rid of items that you don’t use.  Donate them to charity so that someone who needs these items can make use of them.

-The bedroom is important for good health because this is where we sleep, and we restore our own positive energy during this time.  Keep work out of the bedroom – no computers, cell phones, or exercise equipment should be in this space.  If you must have a television in the bedroom, keep it at least 6 feet away from the bed, and cover it up at night.

-Always keep toilets and bathrooms clean, and keep the lid on the toilet closed at all times when not in use.  Keep the bathroom door closed.  Don’t place your bed on a wall that has a toilet on the other side.

Tons of practical and easy tips you can use right now here:

Feng Shui for Everyday: Easy Ways to Bring Abundance into Your Home and Workplace e-book by Lissa Coffey

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