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Optimize 4 Feng Shui Parts of the House to Avoid Bad Luck

  • 05
    2024
    2 月
    4:17 上午
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The Center (Central Palace)

Feng Shui House-Minimalist living room

The central palace of a home symbolizes status and power. It also plays a key role in influencing the inhabitants’ fortunes. Feng shui stipulates that this area should never remain vacant as doing so would waste valuable energy resources. Placing something like a fish tank in this space may cause too much yin energy to accumulate, weakening vital energy and disrupting balance between yin and yang–this can be considered highly inauspicious. Instead, this area should preferably become home to promote health and well-being among family members.

Avoid L-shaped houses as these expose and waste the central palace, disrupting energy flow. Placing less important rooms such as bathrooms or kitchens in the center misaligns priorities; placing what should be the house’s most powerful spot into secondary role instead. Furthermore, staircases that stir constant activity disrupt peace and harmony within a feng shui home.

Feng Shui House | The Entrance(Genkan)

Feng Shui House-Neat entryway

A home’s entrance, commonly referred to in Japanese as its “genkan,” serves many functions. It serves as the main entry point for visitors and a channel for wealth from outside. Additionally, it plays a crucial role within the home itself. Modern settings often refer to this area as the foyer or entry hall, serving as an intermediary space where shoes and clothing may be changed before entering into main living areas. This space surpasses its practical role of changing footwear and outerwear. It welcomes guests, serving as the initial reception point. Additionally, it acts as a mail receiving outlet, adding another utility layer.

Entranceways provide valuable storage space for personal belongings such as bags, coats and umbrellas – helping keep living spaces organized and clutter-free. In regions with extreme temperature fluctuations, an entrance becomes even more essential in helping keep living spaces clutter-free and orderly. By mitigating the impact of cold air entering living spaces, insulation provides a stable and comfortable atmosphere inside. When doors open, protecting against cold air entering a warm interior becomes essential. Thus, an entrance is more than a passageway; it shapes a home’s ambiance and energy flow.

The entrance design is crucial as it creates the first impression and reflects the homeowner’s taste and character. A disorganized or disjointed entryway can have an immediate negative effect on its energy. A well-planned entry can provide privacy from outside disturbances while simultaneously increasing psychological comfort for its occupants.

Feng Shui House | Interior and Exterior Harmony

Feng Shui House-Sun-drenched open kitchen

Feng shui in any residence depends heavily on its external environment, with interior adjustments accounting for around 30%. Interaction between home and surroundings has an immense effect on emotions, life goals, career aspirations and financial prosperity of its occupants; although changes to exterior environments cannot always be controlled with interior layout changes having greater sway – proper ventilation and heating are vital in maintaining domestic peace; flawed layouts can cause financial challenges and personal disputes at home.

Room Count

Feng Shui House-Bedroom in the studio

The number of rooms, such as bedrooms, living areas, bathrooms, kitchens and even small cloakrooms that make up a home has an enormous influence on its inhabitants’ health and fortune. Just as in Western culture the number “13” is avoided to avoid its association with misfortune; traditional feng shui advises against four rooms due to being associated with misfortune; this problem can easily be remedied by altering use and structure of various spaces – room count does not correspond with household members but psychological effects play an integral part in making decisions concerning which spaces need priority over others!


Reference Content

  1. What Is Feng Shui Map?
  2. Living’s 9 Feng Shui Directions: Changing The Energy of the Home
  3. Living Room Feng Shui: 4 Common Item Arrangements
  4. How to Calculate the Life Hexagram of Your Destiny
  5. What’s Your Chinese Zodiac Sign in 2024?
  6. Feng Shui Living Room : How should it be arranged?

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