The influence of various factors on Feng Shui home
Energy impact of items near your home can be beneficial or harmful. Ideally, you should strive to remove or effective neutralization of malicious objects; typically, it is possible to do.
A small pond or fountain in front of the house improves the circulation of energy and refreshes the air. If your house has a body of water, keep the water clean and not let it stagnate, otherwise the advantage can become a disadvantage.
Objects with smooth, rounded contours, located next to the house, have a positive impact. These include most of the sculptures, in addition to some abstract and modernist works, smooth rocks and boulders, Alpine slides and bulk flower beds, and trees and shrubs with a rounded canopy.
Gazebos and pavilions create a favorable Feng Shui near to your house. Semi-circular Bay Windows and rotunda dissipate Sha qi and promote the movement of energy flows.
Pointed and angular objects, pointing to your home, especially malicious, as directed in your direction the flow of Sha qi. The worst is when they point to the front door or bedroom window. Dangerous item may be the corner of the building, the roof ridge, pyramidal spire, square pipe or duct, TV antenna, decorative elements and so on. Especially harmful satellite dish that reflects light and is provided with a pointed antenna, as they simultaneously accumulate destructive energy and focus it.
Image sharp or angular objects can be less dangerous than the objects themselves. Pay attention to billboards, signs and posters with images of sharp objects or instruments of destruction.
You should be wary of long tree branches that are dangerously drawn to the house. If the house is in the shade of the trees, this in itself is not dangerous, but try to get rid of the old, crooked or chipped branches, creating the impression of a hidden threat.
Large lifeless objects around the house, have harmful impact, absorbing energy from the surrounding space. These include, for example, dry trees with lots of branches and roots, a pile of stones and building stone, deep pits and ditches.
Long, thin objects located parallel to the house, unfavorable for the residents. As an example, can be called a line of wires, cables and even clotheslines, if they are constantly