Feng Shui 101: How to Help Energy Flow Into Your Home

house feng shui Feng shui principles talk about the importance of how energy – or chi – enters into your living space, and we go through some basic tenants of this eastern practice to help you wisely decorate your entry hall or foyer to help energy flow well into your home. Visit Design2Share.com for expert videos, tips, resources, and advice on home decorating. And read Sarah Shurety’s great book “Feng Shui for Your Home” for great in-depth help with setting up your home and rooms. Music: “Birth” by Kyle Patrick Johnson.

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10 Responses to “Feng Shui 101: How to Help Energy Flow Into Your Home”

  1. RadioRevistaCabala says:

    Un Saludo Cordial y …
    Un Saludo Cordial y de Mucha Luz.

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  2. westend104 says:

    @ClassyChic25 …
    @ClassyChic25 lol – thanks for the kind words and sharing your shoe crisis! The front door often becomes a dumping ground for the things we take off when we first come in. But that will bog down the energy coming into us entirely and create big problems, so de-clutter and let the energy flow – then let it meander around a well-placed piece of furniture, preferable a round table where you can place something that inspires and uplifts you each time you open your door.

  3. ClassyChic25 says:

    @westend104 thanks! …
    @westend104 thanks! thats my problem theres too many shoes near the front door you can barely open the door. by the way love your videos i get so inspired!

  4. westend104 says:

    @ClassyChic25 …
    @ClassyChic25 Open-floor plans are great. Try putting a round center hall table that you see in a straight line as you walk in – 5-10 feet from your front door. Put a large flower arrangement or pleasing sculpture on it. That will help circulate the energy evenly throughout your space. It’s good to have the energy “meander” but still keep the area near your entrance free of clutter; so not a ton of coats and boots near the door). Keep the front hall area well lit and inviting. Good luck!

  5. ClassyChic25 says:

    i live in a …
    i live in a apartment and cannot paint and have a semi open floor plan. i can stand in the kitchen and see the front door which is next to the dining area which blends into the living room area. since the entry way is a 3×3 space what can i do to help the energy flow.

  6. hedonistic2008 says:

    @westend104 Thank …
    @westend104 Thank you and you’re welcome! I enjoyed your videos!

  7. westend104 says:

    @hedonistic2008 …
    @hedonistic2008 ABSOLUTELY!!! F-S is all about sharing observations and making changes with some meaning behind it. Too often we ignore our surroundings and take them for granted. It’s all part of smelling the roses, my friend. Good luck to you, and thanks so much for watching.

  8. westend104 says:

    @thelookout782 …
    @thelookout782 Thanks so much for watching – and go get ‘em, feng shui tiger!!!!

  9. hedonistic2008 says:

    I’m gonna feng …
    I’m gonna feng shui someone today!

  10. thelookout782 says:

    Great advice! My …
    Great advice! My condo is going to be feng shui all the way!!

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