3 habits to give up for a home full of life

Our daily habits have an impact on our home’s energy.

Often, without even realizing it, we adopt habits that can disrupt the energetic balance of our home. Whether out of comfort, habit or lack of time, these practices can impede the positive flow of chi, the vital energy that surrounds us. But don’t panic! Today, I’m going to reveal three specific habits that many of us maintain and that need to be changed to revitalize our environment.

Together, we’ll see how a simple change in these behaviors can transform not only the space we live in, but also improve our overall well-being.

Habit 1: Having a Cluttered Entrance

The entrance to our home is more than just a door: it’s the mouth through which chi, the vital energy, enters our home. When this area is cluttered, it can seriously impede the flow of positive energy that seeks to circulate freely through our living spaces.

Imagine entering a home where the first things you see are scattered shoes, piles of unopened mail, and randomly thrown keys. This clutter not only invites you to feel stress; it literally blocks the passage of chi, preventing the energy from spreading harmoniously in your home.

To transform this habit, start by doing a major cleanup. Store or get rid of anything that is not necessary. Invest in practical storage solutions like a discreet shoe rack or a pretty console for mail and keys. Consider adding a water feature, like a small fountain, to invite serenity, or a mirror to visually enlarge the space and reflect natural light.

Then, introduce touches of life with green plants or fresh flowers, which are not only decorative but also carriers of chi. A clear and welcoming entrance is not just pleasant to see; it allows positive energy to flow freely from the threshold, promoting health, prosperity, and well-being throughout your home.

By taking care of this area, you create an inviting passage for energy that will revitalize every corner of your house.

Habit 2: Keeping Broken or Unused Items

In Feng Shui, every object in our home is supposed to support our personal energy. However, keeping broken or no longer useful items can create stagnations and blockages in the flow of chi. These objects, whether an old toaster that no longer works or a chipped vase, accumulate negative energy and can affect our mood and well-being.

Take, for example, a broken appliance that you keep telling yourself you’ll fix ‘someday.’ Not only does this object take up space unnecessarily, but it also constantly reminds you of unfinished tasks, generating stress and frustration. This negative energy can spill over into other aspects of your life, creating a vicious circle of procrastination and disorder.

To change this habit, I invite you to go around your house and identify all objects that are no longer functional or necessary. Ask yourself these questions: Is this object useful? Does it bring me joy or utility? Is it in good condition? If the answer is no, it’s time to let it go.

Organize a decluttering session where you repair, donate, sell, or recycle these objects. Each object you remove frees up space for new possibilities and for a more beneficial and flowing chi. You will be surprised to see how freeing this action can be, not just for your space but also for your spirit.

By getting rid of these old burdens, you invite freshness and renewal into your life. You create an environment that actively supports your well-being and aspirations.

Habit 3: Maintaining an Inadequate Furniture Layout

The arrangement of furniture in our home should not only meet aesthetic criteria but also promote harmonious circulation of chi, the vital energy according to Feng Shui. Improper arrangement can create invisible obstacles, preventing energy from flowing freely and nourishing our living space positively.

It is common to place furniture according to our habits or the initial setup of the room, without considering the energetic impact. For example, a sofa placed back to the entrance door can subtly create a feeling of insecurity because it does not allow you to see who enters. Similarly, a bed placed under a window can disturb rest, as the external energy interferes with the calm necessary for sleep.

To adjust this habit, start by assessing the functionality and energetic effect of each room. Ensure that main furniture pieces, such as beds and sofas, are positioned in a way that offers a clear view of the door while not being directly in line with it. This is essential for feeling protected and relaxed.

Rearrange your furniture to create clear ‘chi paths,’ free of obstacles that could block the flow of energy. Use mirrors strategically to visually expand the space and to reflect pleasant views, thereby increasing light and positive energy.

Finally, consider symmetry and balance in the layout. Balance is crucial in Feng Shui: it brings peace and harmony. Adjust placements to foster a symmetry that feels natural and restful to you.

By redefining the layout of your furniture, you are not only transforming the aesthetics of your interior, you are creating an environment conducive to serenity and well-being. This is an open invitation for new and positive energy to enter and enrich your everyday life.

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To conclude

Do you have one of these three habits? By making changes to these practices – decluttering the hallway, getting rid of broken or useless objects, and optimizing furniture layout – we invite a new dynamic of well-being and harmony into our living space.

Every action we take to improve the layout and purity of our home strengthens our connection with our environment. These changes not only benefit our physical and mental well-being, they also reflect our commitment to creating a peaceful haven that supports us in all aspects of our lives. Remember the 8 aspirations school.

I encourage you to begin these transformations today. Watch as, little by little, your home is transformed into a more welcoming and vibrant space. Remember that every step towards a better Feng Shui is a step towards a better quality of life. And if you need any further help or advice, I’m here to accompany you on your journey towards a harmonious, energetic interior. Contact me !


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