Avoiding Negative Energy At Home

Most people have the misconception that Feng Shui masters practice the art with big Chinese compasses and tell their clients to place some random and strange decorations at home. However, the truth is that the compass is a fundamental reconnoitering tool in analyzing the directions of the energy flow. Feng Shui requires coordination between indoor and outdoor environments. Experienced Feng Shui Masters always look at both outdoor and indoor environments and how to coordinate the energy flow between them.

Below are 10 ways to practice Feng Shui without a compass:

  • Main door faces window, balcony, room door (and window is horizontally behind the room door): difficult to save money and accumulate wealth
  • Main door faces kitchen door: attracts unstable emotion, temper, heart and blood disease or emotional disorder
  • Main door faces bathroom door: attracts bad romance, negative relationship with people, diseases in relation to urological and gynaecological matters
  • Bedroom door faces kitchen or bathroom door: same as the second point, but the position of the main door would affect the whole family and the bedroom door would affect those living in that particular room
  • Kitchen door faces bathroom door: creates family disharmony
  • Bathroom is situated in the middle of the house: creates bad health, negative relationships and bad financial conditions
  • Lacking a corner in the house (i.e. missing a corner/ converse corner): an uneven shape represents imbalance in Feng Shui
  • Mirror faces bed or door: attracts bad health, argument and tension
  • Beam on the ceiling: attracts bad health and pressure
  • Headboard directs at room door, faces the window: attracts bad sleep quality, nightmares and pressure