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Feng Shui Home Tips

Home Tips : Kitchen

Always use your intuition before making changes, consider first how it effects the rest of your decor. Do not just use traditional rules such as painting your front door red, it would cause disharmony if your home was peach or rose.


Always position your bed, desk, and stove to have a clear view of the door.
The kitchen: nourishing part of house that allows you money access.
Money is nurturing & water represents wealth.
The kitchen affects digestion & your nervous system.
If the kitchen were close to entry, you may be food oriented. Guests often come to eat. Chi and wealth could be washed down the sink.
Avoid sharp pointed buildings, wall corners, furniture or accessories pointed directly at your house, bed or desk. It is reminiscent of a cutting knife edge or a disapproving finger.
Where natural light is not readily available, especially in corridors and entry vestibules, make sure they are well illuminated.
Your kitchen shouldn't be too close to the front door, you may grab a cookie every time you come or go, causing bad eating habits and ultimately heath problems.
Keep the kitchen light and bright, it is the place where you create the nurturing food that provides good chi to yourself and to your family.
While cooking make sure you can see all the doors so that you aren't startled from behind.
Make sure your stove isn't directly next too the sink or refrigerator and fire and water produce steam that is too hot to handle.
Keep your counter tops open and without clutter: most kitchen items, even those used regularly can be put away in drawers or cupboards and still easy to access.
Regardless of the element of the cardinal/non-cardinal direction, the kitchen is full of fire (stove & knives) and water energy; if located in an unlucky direction (such as Ho Hai) put out the fire and fill in water energies by adding decorative earth finishes and accessories to minimize "fire and water accidents."
Never orient kitchen in the Tai Chi/Heart Center of your home, it will deplete surrounding energies and possibly cause bad health.
Good birth locations: Sheng Chi (Generating Breath), Tein Ti (Doc from Heaven), Nein Yen (Lengthened Years), Fu Wei (Harmony).
Good earth-energy (life-situations) locations: Relationship (Earth), Children (Metal), Family (Wood).




Er. Rameshwar Prasad invites you to the Wonderful World of Feng Shui

Engineer Rameshwar Prasad

(B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.C.A., P.G.D.M.)

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