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Applying Feng Shui To Your Home
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Front Door

In Feng Shui, the front door is the mouth of Qi. If aligned in the auspicious direction and/or location, it will bring prosperity and harmony to the residents. If aligned in the inauspicious direction and/or location, the residents will suffer misfortune and bad luck. Likewise, in security, the front door acts as a protective shield against any malevolent forces in the form of intruders and burglars. However, the design of a door does not have any influence on the luck of the residents as far as classical Feng Shui is concerned and any special design prescribed is at best, psychological in its impact. The important thing to consider is that your existing door is in good condition. Any crack on the door or warping or misalignment not only appears unattractive to visitors but makes it inauspicious in attracting Qi into the home. Solid core wood doors with rugged frames that cannot spread apart with a pry bar are recommended.

Security Door

In Feng Shui, a door that opens into a spacious lobby or foyer is considered auspicious as Qi is able to collect and disperse from thereon. There should not be any clutter or obstructions near the door to block or inhibit the inflow of Qi. The door should not be facing any poison arrow on either side. It is believe that any object that has sharp edges pointing at the front door radiates negative energies and causes disharmony and misfortune to all the residents in the house.

Back Door

In Feng Shui, the back door is the exit of Qi. For security reason, the back door is also the gateway or “getaway” for burglars. It may not be as important as the front door according to Feng Shui but it posed the same risk as the front door in terms of security.

Patio Door

Beside the front door, these types of doors are also conduit for Qi to flow into the house. It may not be as important as the front door but if aligned in the right direction and location in relation to the front door, it can bring harmony to the residents. Based on the principles of the 5 elements, each compass direction and location is represented by an element. The element in the location of the patio door or any other side door should support the element in the location of the front door for harmonizing the auspicious direction of the front door.

Windows

Windows are other openings in the house for Qi to flow in. Besides ventilation, it allows sunlight to bask the house and making it Yang during the day. As such, most windows especially larger ones should be located at the front of the house such as the living room as this area is more active and Yang oriented. However, windows can also represent another entry point for burglars to enter the house. In Feng Shui, there should not be too many windows as it can cause Qi to rush out. Likewise, too many windows create ample opportunities for intruders to break in.

Electromagnetic Fields

In Feng Shui, the flow of Qi can be affected by the electromagnetic fields in the environment. Passive infra-red waves emitted by alarm systems are considered benign as compared with energies from high tension electrical cables/structures such as pylons, telecommunication towers, transmission stations, etc If any of these structures is located in the vicinity of your home, the negative energies emitted can harm our health and depletes the Qi in our environment.

The principles of Feng Shui hinges on the management of Qi in our living environment and making it vitalizing for our health and well being. The application of modern technologies for security can complement this ancient art in managing risk in our daily life. In our quest for harmony and peace of mind, we can make it easy on ourselves by taking pro-active measures to safe guard our life and property with the help of modern technologies. Feng Shui alone is not enough. Without adequate safety measure in the form of high security systems, we put ourselves and family at risk of the criminally inclined who will strike at the slightest opportunity. By being in tuned with the energies of our living space using Feng Shui and the technologies of high security, we can make our home a haven for ourselves and our family.

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