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Feng Shui

By April 10, 2020September 24th, 2020No Comments

Everyone who enters Be Crystal Clear immediately notices and mentions to me how amazing the energy of the center feels. Outside of spending many months of clearing the space energetically myself, charging and programming all the beautiful crystals that surround you. I decided to hire someone to also have it Feng Shui’d. Feng Shui is an ancient art form of moving energy in a space to have optimal flow. When energy is flowing properly our lives change. We become more efficient and our lives seem to become effortless. The more we organize our space and allow for more movement of energy in our offices, homes, or businesses we become unstoppable.

Since then, I started to educate myself on the importance of Feng Shui. Many of you may or may not be familiar with Feng Shui so I wanted to share with you all a few tips on how to create the best flow in your home or business.

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The front door of your home or business is the pathway to allow positive energy to flow in. Therefore, please be mindful of any obstructions that may be blocking the flow of your entrance. The first thing I do every morning is take my electric blower and clean the front of my business. You can also grab your broom and sweep up everything in front of your door. The front door entry and windows must be cleaned and wiped down daily for optimal flow. Some of you also have noticed that I have a Copper Ring that you step into under my rug which shields all negative energy and keeps it from entering in the space. Copper is very shielding and protective, and it’s spread throughout the entire facility.

Whether in your home or office make sure all your plants and flowers are looking vibrant and feeling well-nourished. Otherwise, they will bring negative energy into your home or office should they be dying or wilting. So be very mindful of that.

Keeping everything clutter-free is one of the most important rules for keeping a clean, positive flow of Feng Shui energy throughout your home or office and should be maintained on a regular basis. If something is broken, get rid of it. If a lightbulb isn’t working, replace it immediately. Keeping your office desk clutter-free and organized is key to achieving flow.

This is one of my pet peeves, always remember to keep your toilet seats down. Not only because it’s sanitary while flushing but also so your wealth and money don’t go down the drain. Remember to always keep the bathroom doors closed. Speaking of drains, they are so important, make sure they are all working properly otherwise there goes your money down the drain.

Another great tip is always having two nightstands on either side of your bed. Whether you are single or not, two nightstands bring balance and harmony to your relationships. You’ll notice when there is only one nightstand on one side of a bed the space can feel unbalanced and is not appealing to the eye.

When it comes to our desks and workspaces it can be a very personal and productive time. The main thing to keep in mind when deciding where to put your desk is to NEVER have your back towards the door. When we set up our desk in a way that our back faces the door, we can feel subconsciously uneasy and it turns up in our quality of work. We may always feel as if someone is sneaking up behind us. In these circumstances it’s difficult to make sound decisions or feel comfortable with a project when you are looking over your shoulder. If you can move your desk to face the door, please do. If it is not possible due to space and the layout, put a mirror over your monitor so you can see the reflection of the door behind you.

Lastly, use your compass to locate your wealth and money area of your home. This is normally located in the southeast. Please refer to the Bagua below. Remember that the elements corresponding to good wealth and fortune in this area are wood. Wood is naturally nourished by water and earth and therefore a great addition. However, you can also add these elements to create more Flow: a money tree, or good luck Bamboos, Crystals like Citrine or Pyrite, and a water feature such as a fountain.

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I hope you all enjoyed a few of my Feng Shui Tips on taking better care of your home and business.

I look forward to hearing from you on how these tips helped you shift that energy and bring the flow of abundance into your homes & businesses.

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