Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui

Everything in your home should be in working order.

If you have a broken chair,replace it or get it fixed immediately. If you have chips on some of your dishes,get rid of them.

It is not good feng shui to have chipped dishes, or anything in the kitchen that is not working.

Replace anything in the home that is not working properly, especially burned out light bulbs, leaky sinks, and broken or cracked windows and doors.

Everything should be in proper working order, or your resources will drain away.

The computer you work on daily should not have cords going in every which direction.Use a large funnel cord to put all the small cords in so they look neat and tidy.

Another important aspect element in promoting good feng shui is avoiding overcrowding.

When you have too much "stuff" in your environment, energy does not flow easily. It is better to have less in a room so the ch'i can move comfortably.You should feel relaxed and secure in every room of the house.

Speaking of every room in the house, every room in your home should be used. I have done feng shui consultations in huge homes to where much of the house is not used. You can feel when rooms are not used. They hold dead energy.

It is very important to use every room in order to circulate the energy to all parts of the house.If a room holds dead energy, that room exerts a bad influence on the rest of the house and can cause illness to the people who live there.

Keep your home and office clean! Don't be afraid to throw out old files with old energy. Throw those files away and new business will come to you.

Throw away letters from former lovers and you'll find someone new!

Cleaning out clutter and keeping your home and office neat and tidy is one of the first steps toward "activating" your sectors ruling health, wealth and romance.

After cleaning out the clutter physically, clean and straighten up the place, vacuum, sweep and mop all areas of the house. This should be done at least once a week.

Allocate different corners to each individual in your household in order to maximize and enhance your wealth section.

If you find that you do not use something within a year, get rid of it. Once you dispose of things you no longer use, you make room for new energy and opportunities to enter.

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