Feng Shui Tips for a Healthy and Happy Home



According to Feng Shui, your home is a mirror to your energy and what is happening inside of you. Balancing out the energies in certain spaces of your home and placing objects in your living space in such a way that’ll allow good energy to flow through your home is the main practice of Feng Shui. So, if you feel like your house needs a little bit of transformation in order to get an energy boost, think about decorating it according to Feng Shui.

Create Open Spaces

Open space and plenty of breathing room are some of the best strategies to attract more energy, according to Feng Shui. The more open space you have, the more you’ll be able to enjoy the room, create more and explore more while you’re at it. Regardless of the size of your home, you should be able to create more room for powerful energy to settle inside your home. Get rid of all the unnecessary stuff that only blocks the good energy flow, and you’ll see how your home will become a much happier place.


Decluttering is precisely one of the ways to allow good energy to flow through your home. Clearly organized space without too much clutter laying around is the safe way to allowing chi to flow through your home, so if you’ve been keeping that pile of old magazines in the corner of your room for years, it’s time to get rid of it. Clean out your desk drawers, throw away all the unnecessary knickknacks laying around your desk, or in the living room, and bring in the wealth and happiness into your home.

Let There Be Light

Australian bloggers are huge Feng Shui aficionados, and as they claim, light is the strongest manifestation of energy, which is why you should make sure your home is properly illuminated. Natural light is the best option, but if you don’t have large windows, then you should make sure to place artificial lighting strategically in the way that’ll illuminate the space perfectly. This is especially true for the kitchen because good Feng Shui kitchen makes for a good-spirited cook, which, in turn, offers good meals.

If you’re thinking about making your Australian home happier and healthier with Feng Shui, start with the kitchen and choose light colours that feel good and blend well together. The kitchen is the heart of the home so it would be best if you looked for kitchens in Sydney that feature light grey, beige, or white tones. Light hues will give your home warm, airy, and welcoming feel you need for good energy flow.

Add Feng Shui Colours

Gold is the key Feng Shui colour that is believed to create harmony and happiness in a home. From mirrors to coffee tables, trays, lamp bases and picture frames, think about decorating your home with as many gold items as possible, to make sure your residence is filled with good energy. However, it’s vital that you like the colour because if there’s even the slightest repulsion towards it, you’ll spread negative energy in a second and in that case the Feng Shui rule won’t work. You need to be connected emotionally with those items in order for the good energy to start flowing.

Water Flow Matters

Fountains are the key item that brings wealth and prosperity to a living space, so if you’ve always fancied them, this might be the perfect time for you to finally make it a key element at your house. A fountain in your front yard would be a seamless outdoor décor element. You can also think about putting a small fountain indoors to add a bit of edge to your hallway and diffuse healthy negative ions into the air. Just make sure you don’t have a fountain in your bedroom because it will not attract good energy there.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

You can’t imagine a home decorated according to Feng Shui without a mirror – or three. Not only will mirrors bring more light into the home, but it’ll fill the space with joy and the energy of the water Feng Shui element. Therefore, when you go mirror shopping, keep in mind the law of attraction – if you like the mirror, you’ll bring in the positive energy into space. Also, try to look for the ones with gold details for plenty of positive chi.

If you’ve thought about decorating your home according to Feng Shui, the previously mentioned tips will certainly help you attract plenty of good energy and happiness to your living space. Just make sure you declutter your living space, illuminate the space, add some gold décor and you’ll have a happy home to live in.

Diana Smith

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