Feng Shui Rooms –
Learn how to quickly and easily
use feng shui room by room.

Word of Advice

Everything is alive with energy and everything is connected by energy. You and your home are intimately linked by subtle energy fields and vibrations. You CANNOT change one without influencing the other — this is a fact. Once you open your mind to this possibility, you gain powerful command over your reality and your life.

Feng shui rooms are incredibly easy to create. As you may know, there are several ways to apply feng shui in the home.

  • First, you can use the bagua map to target specific areas in your life.
  • The second method is to apply feng shui room by room.

Use whatever method feels most comfortable to you.

Before using feng shui in the home please review the
5 free feng shui tips
you need to know first. Make your adjustments slowly and keep track of the changes happening in your life. Sometimes the change will be very quick — within a matter of hours — and other times the positive transformation will be more gradual and take a few months. Be patient and aware.

 

 

Intention is everything. Energy flows where attention goes.

 

Feng Shui Rooms

  • Feng Shui Front Door. The entrance to your home is the mouth of chi. The front door sets the entire energy for your home and symbolizes your approach to life.

  • Feng Shui Living Room. The living room symbolizes harmonious relationships between family members, as well as your connection to other people.

  • Feng Shui Dining Room. The dining room represents health, nourishment and connection among family members.

  • Feng Shui Bedroom. In many ways, the bedroom is the most important room in the house since it is where you probably spend the majority of your time. The bedroom often reflects your inner self and subconscious mind.

  • Feng Shui Kitchen. Preparing food celebrates the abundance of the earth. Your kitchen should be an expression of prosperity and wealth.

  • Feng Shui Bathroom. The bathroom can be a powerful symbol of cleansing and purification. Make it a space for releasing what is unwanted in your life.

  • Feng Shui Home Office. Your home office needs to be organized and arranged to enhance your discipline, creativity, and success. You should feel inspired, creative, productive, and powerful in your office.