When a house has good energy circulating throughout, the people who live in the house experience higher levels of well-being.
We have many feng shui tips on how to create a strong front door (or main door), so the next step is to be sure you have good feng shui in your main entry.
Basically, good feng shui in your main entry means a main entry that is able to welcome and direct the flow of feng shui energy into the house versus pushing the energy away or weaken it.
Below are some basic tips for creating good feng shui in your main entry. Be sure to implement these tips along with the tips for a strong feng shui main door, as one does not work well without the other.
- Find out the feng shui bagua area of your main entry and use the best colors and shapes to strengthen the needed feng shui element. Should you use red color in your main entry? Or maybe blue? Feng shui-wise, it all depends on the bagua area, so start with it.
- Create a strong, welcoming "landing space" for energy. From a modest side table with a small lamp to a big round table placed in the center of your hallway with a flower-filled vase on top - there are many good feng shui decor choices to welcome Chi, or energy, into your home. If your space is limited, even a good quality main entry rug with vibrant colors or beautiful art and a strong wall color as a focal point can do the job.
- Remedy all the potential "feng shui disasters" in the main entry. Below are some of the feng shui main entry challenges you might have in your home, along with some easy tips to help you out:
- Mirror facing the main door
- Staircase too close/facing the front door
- Wall too close/blocking the flow from the front door
- Bathroom over the main door
Look for creative feng shui decor remedies to let good energy into your home and be disciplined with your efforts of creating better feng shui energy in your main entry.
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