Stairways and Feng Shui
From a Feng Shui aspect poorly positioned stairways can cause problems in the way they defect qi. A stairway directly opposite the front door will allow most of the qi to rush through and up to the next level causing the ground floor to starve. Mirrors, Wind chimes, potted plants and screens are all effective ways of slowing down the movement of qi in this case.
If you have an open stairway that uses risers as opposed to filled in steps it will not allow enough qi to flow to the next floor. Placing plants beneath the stairs will help to deflect qi upwards, thus ...
Entrance Ways and Feng Shui
It is important that the flow of qi from the front to the back of your home is not hindered. It is also best to have it flow through in a meandering path and not a direct line. Entrance ways off the street or through your garden to the front door will determine the qualities of qi that flow into your home. Therefore it is important to use curved pathways or garden beds. Breaking up the direction of pavers to allow curved lines will also help. A birdbath, fountain or a small pond along the way will bring balance and improve the qualities of qi.
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Make sure you clear all dead leaves round your home this time of year as they store so much negative energy and can cause many problems.