How to Create a Space That Promotes Wellness With Feng Shui Tips

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When it comes to taking care of yourself and promoting wellness, everyone thinks about taking care of their diet and exercising. But not as many people think about cleaning up their space, and the impact that your physical environment can have on your health. The truth is that the space that you’re in can really impact your mood, levels of happiness, and even your physical health. For those who are looking to create a space that promotes wellness, we’d like to bring up the power of Feng Shui.

What is Feng Shui All About?  

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art that’s all about using proper placement to enable Chi (life force energy, also known as “QI”) to flow through the home. It’s based on the concept that man is connected with his physical environment.  To improve your faith, you need to decorate and design your home in a way that maximizes harmony. By following these Feng Shui basics, you can expect to feel more calm, happy, and healthy in your space:

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Declutter Your Space   

One of the first initiatives that you should take is to clean up and declutter your space. Clutter tends to block the flow of chi in the home, so by clearing that up, you can promote uninterrupted flow. Decluttering itself has also been known to bring many benefits for improved health, including reduced anxiety and better sleep. 

Light it Up   

While many don’t realize it, being around too many dark colors or poorly lit spaces for long can take an impact on your well-being. Studies have shown that exposure to brighter lighting has a positive impact on our moods and the choices we make. Feng Shui emphasizes the importance of being exposed to bright lighting (especially natural light), so open up those windows. You can also make use of lamps and other forms of artificial lighting to brighten up different areas.


Incorporate Greenery

One of the best ways to create more harmony between you and your environment is to add natural greenery to your space. You can bring in a few houseplants to help purify the air that you breathe by removing toxins, reducing stress levels, boosting your mood, and improving concentration and productivity in your home. For those following Feng Shui, plants are always growing and can help stimulate the flow of energy in your space.

Pay Attention to Your Bedroom  

While all spaces in your home are important and need to be paid attention to, your bedroom is one of the most important, if not the most important space in your home. It’s where you go to relax and unwind at the end of the day, where you spend hours resting throughout the night. It’s also where you wake up first thing in the morning. Overall, it’s important that you feel relaxed and comfortable in that space. A few Feng Shui bedroom tips include incorporating soothing colors in the design, creating matching pairs, and avoid positioning your bed parallel to your door.


Add More of What Makes You Happy  

The whole point of incorporating Feng Shui in your home is to make it more peaceful and relaxing to be in. To step it up a notch, find items and soft colors that make you feel happy and calm. Use them as inspiration when you’re decorating and designing your space, and you’ll love your home even more than ever before. You can incorporate art, candles, scents, and designs that make you feel right at home.

Soon enough you’ll start to feel happier, healthier, and more peaceful. If you’re interested in learning more about Feng Shui principles, or if you’re looking for an interior designer to redecorate your space, contact us online . We will work with you to design a space that promotes feelings of happiness and wellness in your home.

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