We’ve all heard the saying “location, location, location” when referring to real estate. The same can be said for your home’s Feng Shui. In fact, over 70% of the outdoor Feng Shui
energy is influenced by factors surrounding your home. So, the first step to creating a Feng Shui-Ful home is to identify the factors that are currently working against you. The landscape, the architecture, the shape of objects like “Feng Shui Poison Arrow
“, all of these factors have some degree of influence on the flow of energy in your home.
The orientation of your home, the landscaping around it, and even the design of the streets around it, such as Feng Shui t-junction
and buildings, can all have an impact on the energy. Does this sound farfetched? Think about how the Feng Shui of your home has changed when you moved to a new apartment or house that faced a different direction or was surrounded by different landscaping. You need to keep an eye out for potentially harmful factors in your neighborhood. This will be an excellent resource for learning more about the principles of Feng Shui landscape