With 2014 just a few months away are you ready to face the challenges that are in store for you in the year ahead? What can you do to cosmically enhance the energy around your personal space? Take a look at some Feng Shui remedies and suggestions for the Year 2014 from experts at Astroyogi.com. De-cluttering your home will bring innumerable benefits in the New Year and you will be surprised with the positive flow of energy this change will bring to your life. Prepare yourself for a serene year ahead with Feng Shui for your home.
Avoid the undesirable clutter of shoes, umbrellas and loose keys by making use of storage ideas on the entrance. Also allow a proper place designated for shoes (or better yet, a shoes cabinet!).Your guests will feel the super-charge of happiness and inner serenity this way.
The dining area is a significant part of your abode and it should ideally be spacious, clean and inviting. This ensures the best Qi flow for your home as well as its inhabitants! Try not to clutter up this area with too many knick-knacks, picture frames etc. - keep those in the living room or lounge area.
Keep your kitchen tidy especially your stove. In Feng Shui, the kitchen stove represents health for you and other dwellers of the home. A dirty stove may wreak mayhem to your well-being, and to others in the home as well. So, keep the countertops and stove rings clean and shiny at all times.
Leave the space in front of your desk free of any clutter. For your office desk, it is most auspicious for you to leave the space directly in front of you free of clutter. Make plenty of space for your arms and elbows.
For positive energy to move quickly, analyze door positions and fix where required - they may be acting as stumbling blocks to your happiness. It is best to not have a door behind the other in a straight line. This will force the Qi to move quickly, and not meander.
A huge pile of papers on your worktable symbolizes a mountain obstructing good Qi from coming to you and your work. If you have such a clutter on your table, then clear it up! Clear up the complete mess.
Create a welcoming feeling at the entrance to your home. Placing flowerbeds or flower arrangements in ceramic pots around your front door gives everyone who walks in a feeling of welcome, especially if they are beautiful and well-tended. Make sure all dead plants are removed and that garbage cans are not placed in this area. If animals appeal to you, place images of two lions or dogs lying down the most traditional are Chinese Fu Dogs on the left and right of your front door. The resting gesture of the animals reflects that you are both open to visitors and also protected.
In 2014, try to focus towards the southwest direction. This particular location is blessed with future wealth and family luck. Therefore it's a really great place for good communication, warmth between family members and future wealth luck! The southwest corner of any home, or room, represents romance, love and marriage. If this corner has good Feng Shui, the members of that house would be bestowed with good marriage luck.
Tap into the best wealth locations at your home and the office. The best wealth locations are the Southwest and East. Therefore, position your workstation or desk on either sides of this particular location. However, the former, that is the southwest, is the stronger of the two. If this is not possible for you to place your workstations this way, then the next best thing you can do to reap the rewards of these two locations is to position your desk facing either of the two locations.
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