It is common for people to apply home settings in order to boost the flow of positive energy into their property. Getting an insight of how exactly energy flows in our living spaces enables good, early preparation for unfavourable situation. Interestingly, one of the easiest ways to predict household feng shui is by looking at your own face — hence face reading.
It’s Your Palace
Look in the mirror and take a look at the area between your eyes and brows. This area is known as the “Property Palace”. The size, colouration and condition of the Property Palace reveal secrets of your home, as well as the happenings on the property.
A man’s left eyelid reveals his home matters and the right his partner’s. It’s simply the other way ’round for women. If a man has thick eyebrows and sunken eyes, it may imply that his wife is more dominant at home.
Size and Colour Matter
The average size of this area should fit one finger. Flat, wide eyelids indicate having spacious property or living at higher elevations in high-rise apartments, while narrow eyelids indicate having difficulty in accumulating wealth.
In the study of face reading, the colour tone of your Property Palace reveals the recent energy in your home. A greenish shade appears when there is negativity with regards to family health; when there’s auspicious energy, the same area will have a tint of red or yellow.
Abnormality in this same region also refers to the possibility of certain unwelcome incidents coming to pass. Pimples or spots showing in this area indicate a higher chance for household misfortune, such as fire or water leakage. When this occurs, it is taking extra precautions towards household safety is suggested. Moles or dark pigments on the eyelid may imply difficulty with property purchase or a higher chance of burglary.
If your face reading result was not as positive as you’d prefer, don’t stress. There are always other ways to manage risk, minimise negative impact and strengthen positive energy. If you would like to learn more about inviting good luck and positivity to home, check out “The Case for De-cluttering”