Clutter in your home is certain to leave the energy in your home stagnant with an inability to flow harmoniously. Equate the flow of your Feng Shui to that of a large river; now picture the flow of the river interrupted by a large dam. The water may still flow around the dam; however, it will be incredibly sluggish. The larger the dam, the more sluggish the flow of the river will be. The same holds true for the flow of energy in your cluttered home: the more clutter that you have in your home, the more sluggish the flow of positive energy will be!
- The front door to your home is associated with new opportunities. Be sure that you keep the space around your front door and entry foyer clear of as much clutter as is possible; fresh and welcoming new energy cannot easily enter your home if the door is continuously closed and finds a large amount of clutter in the way. Are you finding it difficult to meet new people? Are you finding yourself stuck in a relationship rut? Opening the front door, wide open on a more frequent basis, to a clean and inviting area is certain to help increase the flow of new vital energy; bringing with it new and exciting opportunities in your life and relationships!
- Your bedroom is more than a simple place to rest your head and refresh your body every day; your bedroom is closely linked to the successful intimacy of your romantic relationships. A large amount of clutter in your bedroom can oftentimes contribute negatively towards your ability to sleep peacefully each and every night; which in turn will affect your ability to devote yourself to your relationships. Clearing out the clutter in your bedroom will help you to not only reorganize your sleeping space into a free-flowing energy filled space but will put you on the path to relationship success.
- The hallways and passages in your home are vital parts of your home that should not be overlooked when you are embarking on your de-cluttering Feng Shui journey. These important pathways in your home help to interconnect the important areas in your home – the areas that can be impacted, both negatively and positively, by the flow of energy that weaves its way throughout your home.
YOURS IN GOOD FENG SHUI!