Nowadays there are many people who consider Feng Shui when buying a home. The goal is only one, namely that the house occupants always have good luck in the new house. However, not all house occupants implement the principles of Feng Shui properly. And in fact there are many people who do not apply Feng Shui analysis because they do not believe in Feng Shui. They just assume Feng shui as a belief or myth.
The Feng Shui of exterior home is as important as the one of interior home
Most people who believe in Feng Shui and have applied Feng Shui at home still often make a big mistake. They commonly only evaluate Feng Shui for home interior only. It is the evidence that the majority of people who apply Feng Shui are only concerned with the interior part. In fact, the interior and exterior have an equal important role for your home.
Feng Shui elements for exterior
Feng Shui experts agree that Feng Shui for exterior should be a top priority for analysis. When finished analyzing the exterior, you should then analyze the Feng Shui for interior of your home. Some of the elements that you must consider when analyzing Feng Shui for house exterior are the location / position of the house, history of land plots, road or traffic patterns around the house, objects that could potentially be a source of negative energy for your house, environment conditions, and landscape.
Feng Shui elements for interior
Feng Shui for the interior part should be used to analyze the Qi energy that comes from the outside environment. A good interior Feng Shui can be created if the circulation of Qi energy is quite good. It means that the Feng Shui for interior and for exterior will be complement each other.
For the interior house, there are some elements that you must consider, including the main door of your house, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, staircase, living room, wells, and the ceiling and roof. Each element has a different Feng Shui analysis.
For example, you cannot just put a bathroom anywhere in your home. A bathroom should not be in a straight line or next to a headboard. The reason is quite logical; there is a pipeline inside the wall between the bathroom and the bedroom containing dirty water that potentially causes odor in case of leaking. For a two-story house, the bathroom should not be above the kitchen because it can inhibit the rate of fire element in the kitchen.
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