Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment.
The Feng Shui practice discusses architecture in metaphoric terms of “invisible forces” that bind the universe, earth, and humanity together, known as Qi.
The goal of Feng Shui is to create a thoroughly nurturing environment for you and your family. It can never adequately do that if you’re surrounded by things with bad memories attached, or that don’t vitalize you. In Feng Shui we learn that the things in our environment either nurture us or deplete our energy. There is no middle ground
Let’s see how Feng Shui treats interior to boost financial success and reduce the debt
Main rule CLUTTER = DEBT.
1. De-clutter your space. There are no hiding places in Feng Shui. De-cluttering is important – it’s a statement overcoming your resistance,
2. Smooth the wrinkles. No wrinkles on tapestries, bedspread and clothing. Treat your home with care and those disciplined habits will flow into your professional life.
3. Fix maintenance problems. Leaky roof, stuck doors, leaky faucets or toilets everything should be fixed. Water represents wealth and cash flow.
4. Don’t mix business with pleasure. Bedroom/ bed is the place where you relax, love and sleep. Laptop, nail polish, books, snacks don’t belong there. Each item should have its designated space.
5. Make more space. Remove the books from the chair, let yourself sit there. Leave come walls empty with no decoration. That will allow your place to breath and let your mind flow smoothly.
6. Entrance. Make sure your lobby, foyer or front entry is inviting. There should be smooth transition from outside world to your own comfort zone
7. Add green to your world. Green is associated with nature and sustainability, but in Feng Shui, it also represents wood energy – action and growth. Adding green accents and plants to your living space promotes intuitive decision-making. I recommend to add Money Tree to your home and business environment.
8. Rethink your design. It’s important once in a while to take a step back and reflect on your home and business. Simple questions asked to yourself will help to see if your place needs improvement. Does it reflect you? Are you being as authentic as can with your living space? The same goes for your business: Are you investing your truest self as an entrepreneur?
8. Reuse and recycle. Incorporating sustainable habits can only benefit one’s life. In a similar sense, recycle old ideas in your business plan. Remember: creativity is not necessarily coming up with new ideas, but taking a new approach to existing ones and transforming them in a unique way.