Feng Shui is an extremely practical body of thought and the benefits of fresh air are commonly cited. So do yourself (and your home) a favour and periodically throw open the windows to get fresh air circulating. This is particularly important to consider these days as many homes are built with materials that emit low levels of harmful toxins.
There is a Zen belief that the empty space in a space is crucially important. These are the spaces that you occupy with your thoughts and dreams. But when your home is cluttered with far too many physical objects, it deadens the energy in the home. So, get rid of unnecessary items and embrace a simpler way of life.
Make your home feel clear and energetic by conducting a quick stock take of all the broken things. Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean wasting a whole lot of money on replacing things that could be repaired. In fact, if you do have the time, a lovingly repaired item could even add to the energy of the room by making you feel good each time you see it. The important thing to remember is that the smallest visual prompts of things to do will quietly drain your energy. So take some time out to either repair or throw them out!
Interior designers from all over the globe have been using this belief system for countless years with some astonishing effects, even if it was just the interior style and visual aesthetics of those homes that received a boost.
A lot of people have resorted to the power of Feng Shui to banish negative vibes from their homes and lure promises of wealth and prosperity – so why not give it a try yourself?