NaturRaum | Feng Shui im Schlafzimmer - feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
NaturRaum | Feng Shui im Schlafzimmer – feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Feng Shui in der Wohnung - ppt video online herunterladen - feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Feng Shui in der Wohnung – ppt video online herunterladen – feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Farbe-Erde | apprico - Heike Schauz Consulting - Business-Feng-Shui - feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Farbe-Erde | apprico – Heike Schauz Consulting – Business-Feng-Shui – feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Schlafzimmer nach Feng Shui einrichten - Hintergründe - feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Schlafzimmer nach Feng Shui einrichten – Hintergründe – feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Feng Shui im Wohnzimmer - Imperial Master Mark Sakautzky im  - feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten
Feng Shui im Wohnzimmer – Imperial Master Mark Sakautzky im – feng shui schlafzimmer südwesten

What is Chi and why do you need to have it? And not only Chi but good Chi? And what makes a good Chi flow in any space? Well, Chi is the word for Universal energy that everything around us is composed of, so this can be easy to understand. And good Chi is good energy in all its forms – from the healing scents in one’s home to your lover’s beautiful smile. 

And what is a good Chi flow?One of the basic ways to check the energy flow in your home is to imagine Chi, or energy, as water. If water were to flow into your home – starting at the main door – where would it stop or stagnate?Would the water flow harmoniously and smoothly to all areas of your home, gently refreshing it, or would it rush right out the back door in a forceful motion? For example, when you have big objects or specific home design elements in a straight line, the energy will flow more quickly and forcefully, which is generally considered bad feng shui.

So the first thing to watch for in checking the energy flow in your home is the presence of long, straight lines that create a harsh quality of energy. More often than not, they will contribute to a considerable leakage of energy, as well as an unfriendly, cold feeling in a home. This is especially true if you have an opening, such as a door or a big window – at the end of the straight line.

(Click on the links above for feng shui tips to improve the flow of Chi if you have any of these features in your home).Be sure to position your furniture in a way that allows for a smooth flow to all areas of your home and avoid any blockages and stagnant areas, such as cluttered closets, for example, as they tend to create bad feng shui energy (Si Chi).Learn how to use fountains, mirrors, art, wall murals, colors, and many other popular feng shui cures to invigorate the energy and improve its flow in your home.