The whole point in practicing Feng Shui is to learn how to place your furniture in a way that get good vibes when you walk into a room. For people who whole-heartedly believe in the practice, they say that “Qi” is the positive energy that flows through your home, and leads to happiness and abundance. “Sha Qi” and “Si Qi” are bad vibes that can ruin the energy of a space. If you want to make sure your living space feels as great as possible, it will be necessary to rearrange furniture, art, rugs, mirrors, and so much more. (Basically, you will have to totally re-decorate.) However, Feng Shui can be very complicated. It deals with all sort of elements, sounds, and natural materials. The practice can be so complex, many people misunderstand their instructions during their Feng Shui journey. Here are the most common mistakes, and how to fix them.
50. Trying Too Hard To Make Everything Look Asian
Since Feng Shui originated in China, there are some people who assume that they need to make their home look Asian in order to achieve the effect. This is totally false. You can use Western decorations, and in many cases, you may not even need to buy anything new at all. Colors and elements can also be represented using normal household objects that you probably already own. The whole point of Feng Shui is for you to rearrange objects in a home in order to fix the flow of energy in a positive way.