Easy FengShui Tips for Attracting, Nourishing and Keeping Love
1) Don’t surround yourself with single imagery.For example: Avoid placing a single armchair in the corner of your home without placing another across from it for someoneto sit with. Instead, surround yourselves with pairs of everything. Paintings of lovers, two nightstands, two armchairs, two candles, numerous paintings in a hallway etc.
2) Forget the walls! Your furniture should be arranged to support communication and never put directly against the wall. When arranging a seating area, focus instead on making sure the front legs of your sofa and chairs are on your rug (not just around it), and are facing one another so people will want to sit and talk.
3) Add family photos! To improve your marriage or family life, fill your home with smiling pictures of you and your spouse and/or family in hallways, kitchen and other high traffic areas. The master bedroom should be kept exclusively for photos of the couple, however.
4) When attracting love, the dining room table is the second most important in the home, the master bedroom being the first. Arrange the dining room table so everyone can see one another and have enough chairs out for everyone in the family even if you’re not all eating together every night.
5) Oversized bedrooms need to be cozier for healthier relationships. If you have an en-suite room such as a gym, office, library, patio etc., start by closing it off. If there’s no door, install curtains. If you have a sitting area, make sure the chairs are arranged to face one another. Downsize to a smaller bed, if necessary. The bigger the place gets, the more room the couple has to grow apart emotionally. Never have a bed placed in the middle of the room. The head board should be supported by a wall.
6) Bed placement is a prime factor for determining the quality of your marriage and love life. According to the principle of the commanding position, the ideal position for the bed is usually as far from the bedroom door as possible. For example: If your bedroom door is in the right-front part of the room, the best position for your bed is in the back-left corner of the room. If your bedroom door is in the middle-front part of the room, you can position the bed in either corner so long as it’s far away from the door. However, do not angle the bed in a corner, and NEVER sleep on a water bed!
7) A new plant or tree symbolizes new life! To attract a new partner, or to add new life and oomph to your current relationship, try planting a healthy plant or tree in the back-right corner of your property – also known as the Marriage Area in Black Hat Sect FengShui. Choose a tree or plant that you find beautiful. Any color is good, but pink is especially effective.
8) Remove distractions from your bedroom. Your bedroom should be simple, peaceful and beautiful. An important rule of thumb for the bedroom is that anything not connected with resting or relating to your partner detracts from the relationship. Remove work related objects, computers, phones, TVs, and replace these items with paintings of lovers and a sound system for romantic music.
9) Here’s that front entrance again! I’ve mentioned this time and time again, but sprucing up your front entrance is the best way to make sure happy energy is being welcomed into your home! Keep it clutter free, beautiful and welcoming so you may bring love, health, prosperity and opportunity into your home.
10)Single people tend to decorate for single people. For attracting a mate, arrange in preparation for your new love. Make sure you have two nightstands on either side of the bed and enough room in your closet for your future significant other. Decorate with your future in mind and expect and believe that the right person will walk into your life just when it is meant to be.
For more specific information on what you can expect personally, please contact me for a BaZi analysis. BaZi is an ancient Chinese Astrology method of analyzing your life’s potential based on your birth information. Please contact me at email@example.com for more information, or if I can be of further assistance.
-Germaine Parra Avila