Feng Shui Garden

If you have an excellent feng shui for your house but if it is not balanced with your garden then your efforts will be wasted. This is because a home’s garden represents a homeowner’s future. An untidy garden could create stagnant chi and this harmful chi can very easily end up in your home.

One of the main goal in feng shui garden is to raise the level of chi and make sure that it moves freely and smoothly (not too slow and not too fast) throughout the space. Chi that is moving too fast can actually create an unpleasant environment and make you feel agitated instead of relaxed. Paths should never be straight, as chi would run too quickly towards your home. A curved path encourages chi to move more freely and slowly.

How to Organize Your Garden

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What is Feng Shui
What is Chi
Feng Shui Home Location
Geopathic Stress
Ley Lines
Road Location
How to Bagua Map a Home

Home Style
Entrance Hall
Home Office
Living Room
Dining Room
Children's Room
Teenager's Room
Study Room
Swimming Pool
Feng Shui Facts

Feng Shui Colors
Auspicious Measurements



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