How to Create Good Feng Shui in Your Bathroom
Feng Shui is a pearl of ancient Asian wisdom used to optimize the flow of energy in your home. One of these energies is the water element related to wealth, wisdom, and social networks.
This is why the bathroom is an area to pay more attention to when it comes to feng shui.
Modern bathrooms can be a stark contrast to what they were like when feng shui was developed in ancient China. You can imagine that, back then, bathrooms were unpleasant areas.
Bathrooms get a bad rap because of this and because the water element (or cash flow) can be flushed down the drain.
Today, contemporary bathrooms are a place to rest, cleanse, and rejuvenate. A bathroom can be a luxurious, spa-like space that supports you.
The traditional approach to feng shui is definitely something to honor when it comes to your feng shui, but we can also update that wisdom to suit modern life.
Here are some simple tips for creating good feng shui in the bathroom.
Close the toilet seat
The bathroom has the function of washing waste and water. It is one of the areas that you should pay attention to when it comes to your feng shui.
To mitigate the loss of resources, keep the toilet seat closed when not in use. As a bonus, this simple habit reduces humidity and humidity in the bathroom, which keeps mold and mildew to a minimum.
Keep the bathroom door closed
Like the toilet seat, the bathroom door is also another way that energy can enter the bathroom and go down the drain.
In general, for good overall feng shui, keep the bathroom door closed. This will help minimize the chance of good qi flowing away from you.
Hide the bathroom
If possible, it is better to visually hide the bathroom to improve feng shui.
You can do this by keeping the door closed or by designing a bathroom so that you can't see it from the
Mirror on the bathroom door
In most cases, if you can install a mirror outside the bathroom door, it will improve the feng shui.
The mirror will forcefully turn off the bathroom, which also eliminates any feng shui issues.
Organize your products
Periodically review the products you store in the bathroom, such as cosmetics, toiletries, and medications. These products have a shelf life, so skip anything that is out of date or no longer needed.
First, you don't want to use expired products. At the feng shui level, what you keep at home affects your health and well-being.
So even if you are not using it, it is affecting your energy.
Replace your towels
Towels can start to accumulate bacteria and odors. If possible, clean them thoroughly.
But eventually, you will have to replace them. Old towels are great to reuse for cleaning rags. When changing your towels and other bathing suits, opt for sustainable, organic, and non-toxic products.
Your skin is the largest organ in your body and you absorb energy from the materials you place on it! Similarly, your home and feng shui is also affected by the quality of bathroom materials and vital energy.
Periodic deep cleaning
Since the bathroom is a space to cleanse and purify the body, be sure to thoroughly clean the room regularly.
Use sustainable, non-toxic cleaning products as much as possible. It is very easy to make your own DIY cleaning products and also many on the market.
You can think of your bathroom as your body. Let's keep it clean and pay attention!
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