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Many people confuse feng shui as a type of mystical belief. In its truest sense, feng shui is more correctly called a technique. It’s a technique for aligning the energy of a space. Even with this knowledge, some people can become uncomfortable with the mixing of religion and spirituality with feng shui. Some feng shui practitioners who like to align feng shui with certain rituals, and who imbue these rituals and feng shui recommendations with a type of mysticism. This can cause a misunderstanding about feng shui being a spiritual practice. However, when it comes to traditional Chinese Feng Shui, the practice is decidedly more formulaic.

Below are 6 tips for working with religious items, images and icons.

1. Have Pooja Room/Altar in the Heaven position: In feng shui, heaven is associated with the northwest sector. When you display religious items on the altar in the home, place them in the northwest corner of the living room or home. This is a good sector to place statues or pictures of deities. It’s also a good location to place photos of deceased relatives.

2. Have Pooja Room/Altar close to the door: Altars placed directly opposite the front door (not in line with front door) are believed to be good for creating a spiritual home and considered to be very auspicious. They are also believed to spill blessings out to all who
enter the door.

3. Be respectful: Religious icons, statues, or altars should be well-lighted, kept clean, and in an elevated position (at least five feet from the floor). Religious items or symbols should be located in auspicious locations such as
living areas or foyer and not in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, or dining areas.

4. Place symbols properly: Religious symbols have points and emit strong energy. They should not be displayed on the front door, at the end of a hall, across from a bed, or behind someone seated (such as at a dining table, desk, or sofa).

5. Secondary home’s spiritual sector: If you want to boost your spirituality and spiritual life, then consider moving your religious articles into the northeast portion of your house or living room. This is the direction that coincides with wisdom, spirituality, self growth, and education, and is an excellent location for meditation and prayer.

6. Put Spirituality at the heart of your home: The center of the home is a very important sector. It impacts health, wealth, and happiness. Create good feng shui by locating your icons, symbols, or pooja altars in a central location. Be sure that they are well-lit.

Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.

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In Feng Shui, Regardless of whether you dine in dining room regularly or not, there are some simple feng shui rules about the living cum dining room that you will want to observe anytime.

1. Use Burn pine or cinnamon scented candles.

This stimulates appetite and is a natural scent from trees. Avoid sweet floral scents. Unscented candles are fine, too.

2. Arrange seating to face one another. 

Position chairs and sofas to face one another. This will keep feelings more cheerful and prevent everyone from being “at odds” with each other, the way L-shaped seating so often does. It will also keep everyone in the living room and out of the kitchen.

3. Provide for fun in Dining Areas.

Give your guests something to do such as games, cards, scrambles or even board games that gets them interacting (instead of just staring at the TV). These are great fun for adults and kids  that’s contained and gets everyone participating. All that fun and laughing brings your house beautiful happiness chi!

4. Quarrels start at the Dining Table?

Excess wood energy is to blame. Put a red or orange tablecloth on the table to diffuse disagreements and exhaust the wood energy that gets everyone arguing. The red color will make everyone hungry and focus on the food. Alternatively, use a candle in your centerpiece to burn up excess wood energy.

Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.

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Symbols of luck and wealth in Chinese Art is the fish. Fish are representative of water which is the element most associated with income and wealth creation. Fish is a natural environmental enhancer. Fish like lion-headed goldfish and arowana is the variety of forms that are used in Chinese Traditional Feng Shui.

Adding fish symbols and actual fish into your home or office environment enhances the water element. This increases the dimension of wealth, auspicious water benefits such as increased income, career advancement and new business opportunity. Having a live fish or fish symbols creates abundance to whose to those who display them. 

How to use fish in your life to attract wealth, income, career advancement and business opportunity to your Home/Office/Business.

1) FISH HELPS TO ENHANCE YOUR CAREER & BUSINESS: Fish are excellent activators for the career sector. Displaying fish statues or keeping fish will help to enhance your career forward and bring opportunities in business sector.

2) FISH ACT AS A REMEDY: Fish are excellent to protect you particularly from the harmful flying stars. The presence of an aquarium as the water drains the negative energy of the flying star. In this way, fish can help protect you from accident and loss.

3) FISH ACT AS A PROTECTOR: Display images of fish or keeping fish is considered especially auspicious and offers protective qualities and as a way to attract good luck. Place a live fish, fish figurines, fish natural crystal jewelry, fish keychain for attracting beneficial wealth energy.

4) FISH ATTRACTS WEALTH: Arowana fish has the ability to increase wealth opportunities. Choose a bigger aquarium as it grows fast as days goes by and it should be placed alone in the aquarium. They should be given only fish food rather than small fishes to enhance the good karma. 

5) FISH ACT AS A SYMBOLS OF LOVE: The double fish is a representation of the reunion and loving relationship. Wear or use the double fish symbols or display it in your bedroom to protect your loving relationship. 

6) NUMBER OF FISH: It’s always best to keep them in groups of nine. The best ratio is eight gold colored fish and one black colored fish. The black fish is the “yin” dot that activates the gold yang fish. Its black color is known to absorb negative energy. If you want to enhance your love relationship, keep it in pair like two gold fishes.

7) FISH ABSORBS NEGATIVE ENERGY: It is a myth that goldfish can live without an oxygenator in their aquariums. Suppose, your fish are cared properly but one suddenly dies, the fish are believed to have absorbed a negative energy for you. 


Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.

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Feng Shui is the Chinese art of placement. And if your home isn’t placed well in the environment, it doesn’t matter where your staircase or toilet is located.

1. BELOW STREET LEVEL: When a home is below street level, this creates problems. This means that life feels like one giant obstacle. Being below ground is for the dead, not the living.

2. T-INTERSECTION/POISON ARROW: Poison arrows are caused when something, like a street or a tree, is aimed at your house or front door. These can be very serious. The poison arrow aimed at the house causes health, relationship or financial problems.

3. FIREPLACE OR KITCHEN IN NORTHWEST: The northwest corner is called the “Heavenly palace.” When this corner is afflicted by fire, such as a fireplace, kitchen, or even a gas stove, this is called “fire in heaven,” and can cause a severe loss for the man of the house.

4. BACKWARDS SLOPE: When a house has land that slopes down from the back of the house, it causes the house and the occupants to lose that vital support. It’s a lot like sitting on a stool all day; you can do it, but you become very fatigued.

5. FUNNEL SHAPE: House shaped like a funnel, larger at the front and growing small toward the back. Finances and vitality will slowly drain away, accumulating money will be very difficult, and health problems can come up.

6. BED ALIGNS WITH BATHROOM DOOR/FIXTURE: A very serious arrangement is when the bedroom is aligned with a bathroom door. It is a potential for very serious loss – such as bad health, major accident, death or bankruptcy.

7. FRONT DOOR – BACK DOOR/WINDOW ALIGNMENT: Chi enters the house through the front door and when it’s aligned with a back door or window, energy will rush through the house, this creates major spending problems.

Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.

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Every house has its good qualities and bad qualities. It is very difficult to find a good feng shui house but its not impossible.

1. ATTRACTIVENESS OF A PROPERTY: A good feng shui is the bright hall. They invite chi to stay in a place and build slowly before entering the house. Another good feng shui is the wide green lawn in front of the house.

2. PROMINENT FRONT DOOR: The front door is the point of entry for chi for the entire home. When a door is attractive, clean, freshly painted and is surrounded by plants or flanked by lighting or blooming flowers, it naturally attracts beneficial energy.

3. KITCHEN AT THE REAR OF THE HOUSE: When a kitchen is close to the front of the house, the luck of the house is affected. Kitchens inhibit luck in general, so having them at the front isn’t an auspicious arrangement.

4. GOOD SITTING: The way a home is sited on the property and even the street can make a difference. There should be a balance of trees on the left and right side. There should be attractive views from the front of the house.

5. STAIRCASE IS TURNED AWAY FROM THE DOOR: When a staircase faces the front door, money and energy can run out including the stairs are very close to the front door.

6. BALANCED WINDOWS & DOORS: The house should always have a clear front door. Some homes have a door near the front door, chi will be “confused” and this can cut off energy to the house. There shouldn’t be too many windows.

7. BEDROOMS ARE WELL SITUATED: Bedrooms should allow the bed to be placed on a solid wall and see the door easily while in bed. The houses with good feng shui shouldn’t have bedrooms over a garage, kitchen, bathroom or laundry.

Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.

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In Feng Shui your front door is called the “Mouth of Chi”. In other words, the way your front door looks, the quality of chi that enters your house. These factors affects your Prosperity and Luck. We are attracted to beauty and so is Chi. A beautiful attractive house is a magnet for Good Luck. A house that has nice paint, an attractive front door, nice view and lighting all determines the energy that enters your home.

The quality of energy outside the house determines the quality of energy inside the house. 

• The paint is in good shape.
• It is swept and clean.
• The door is dust-free and attractive.
• The door looks auspicious.
• The doormat is in good shape.
• Plants are vibrant and healthy (if not replace).
• The lighting around the door looks good.
• There is no trash/rubbish bin close by.

Give your front door a good make over, and if necessary, change the front door or repaint it. Swap the door handle with a new model handle, clean the dust out of the lamp light, and add some attractive plants.

Important: Kindly consult any Feng Shui Consultant/Expert before making any changes.