Feng Shui Tips Before Buying a New House

Buying a home can be a fascinating experience, even if it is filled with fear and doubt at times. Applying feng shui to the home buying process is a smart investment on many levels - it will give you peace of mind and also ensure that your home is a sound financial investment.

Good feng shui means good energy and people are always drawn to it! This will help you with the sale of the house in the future. Good feng shui also means good health, happiness, and prosperity.

Location, neighborhood, and positioning of the lot

In feng shui, the real estate notion of location takes on a deeper meaning, as it deals with the quality of energy entering your home.

Make sure your house receives good energy from its surroundings: a clean street, good neighbors, no Sha Chi from nearby structures, no sloping grounds behind the house, etc.

In general feng shui terms, you want the house to have some breathing room, and the classic feng shui placement of a house on a lot is when the yard is slightly larger than the front yard.

You also want good support (mountain energy in feng shui) and good min-tang, which is good quality energy and a wide view of the front of the house.

Strong entrance door

The front door is very important in feng shui, as this is how the house receives its chi or energy food. In feng shui terms folks, immediately start looking at the home's feng shui direction to see if it fits one of the lucky feng shui instructions for family members.

While it's always a good idea, don't forget to examine all the strong feng shui elements at the front door. The size and proportion of the door in relation to the rest of the house and the path that leads to it.

Sometimes you can change a bad feng shui path with easy landscaping, and sometimes you just can't worry about it.

Door alignment

Unless you plan to renovate the house and change the location of the back door, it is advisable to avoid a house with direct door alignment. The same feng shui principle, but to a lesser degree, applies to all doors in the house.

As a general rule of thumb in feng shui, straight door alignment is not good as it creates a strong flow of Chi and therefore a loss of good energy.

Main entrance

How well the house can maintain and nurture good energy is very much determined by what is happening at the front entrance:

  • What do you see once you enter the house?

 

  • Assuming you don't see the back door right away, what else could be a potential bad feng shui setup?

 

  • Are you facing a wall when entering?

 

  • Is there a ladder in front of the front door?

 

  • Is there a ladder in front of the bathroom or closet door?

 

  • An upstairs bathroom just above the front door?

Unless you are planning a major renovation, these are important factors to consider when looking for a good feng shui home.

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