Friday, December 17, 2010

Feng Shui your Front Door for the Holidays

The "Mouth of Chi" refers to the formal front entry to your home. In Feng Shui, main entrances determine how you present yourself to the world. Front doors and pathways leading to your home, are the first thing visitors notice.

How do you want others to see you?
front door
Be sure that it is clutter-free and that your guests will have a delight of the senses. Festive lights, colors and fresh aromas such as pine and cinnamon will be sure to welcome.

Including objects with either the Metal or Water elements. Metal can be represented by metal objects or round shapes, such as globes or holiday balls. The water element can be represented by wavy shapes, such as garland draped over the doorway or in the entry area, or a small water fountain that will add soft light and sound.

If you place an outdoor fountain by your front door, make sure the water flows toward your door, not away from it. You want all that good chi to come into your life, not flow out of it!

Hang a welcoming wind chime to help keep the positive Chi moving. Ensure that the area is well lit, as light attracts good Chi, thereby increasing its flow into your house.

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