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5 Positive Feng Shui Entryways That Invite Great Energy


 Invite Great Energy – 5 Positive Feng Shui Tricks

Maybe you’ve re-done your entire home to be more fengshui-friendly, but did you skip an important step? Some people overlook their entryway when reorganizing their home. This part of the home is arguably the most important for positive energy flow and balance. Here are six tips for inviting good vibes into your house, right from the doorway.

 

Discover Your Bagua

Discover the fengshui bagua of your entryway, then choose colors and shapes to coincide with that. For example, if your bagua is fame, you may want to choose shades of red; if it’s love and marriage, you may opt for heart-shaped decor. This is a great way to set the tone of your home right when you walk through the door.

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Clear Clutter for Free Energy Flow

Clear all clutter from your entryway, including from your front porch, path to the front door and your yard. This will help positive energy flow, unobstructed, into your home. Once the clutter is gone, you can add items, like a welcome mat and fresh plants.

 

Reflect the Bad

Hang a mirror or shiny piece of decor on the front door. Feng shui experts believe that this will reflect any bad energy back outside so that it won’t enter the home. In your entryway, use a mirror to protect your home and to symbolize good luck.

 

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Front Door Energy

Make sure that the front door opens into the home, not outwards. A door that opens inward is welcoming and pulls good energy inside. Doors that open the other way can ruin the entire home’s fengshui – if necessary, change the hinges so the door opens in the right direction. Also, put a fresh coat of paint on your front door, but choose the color wisely. A strong door from Sunrise Windows & Doors Depot Ltd. painted either green, which symbolizes money or nature, or red, which symbolized abundance and prosperity will help the positive energy stay in your home.

 

Landing Space

Add a strong landing space in your entryway. This could be a small table with a lamp on it, a large table with fresh flowers or even a simple, colorful rug if the space is limited. The interior entryway shouldn’t remain completely clear – there should be something there to gather good energy.

 

Still wondering why the entryway is an important aspect to a positive energy home? The home’s main door is what absorbs positive energy, which will nourish the rest of your space. By circulating the positive energy throughout your entire home, everybody who lives in your home or comes to visit will experience wellbeing. Remember, it’s important to always enter your home through the front door.

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