Energy: Breathing Life Into a Space

Do you have a room in your home that just feels a little…blah? Maybe it is the dining room that isn’t used often or home office that doesn’t feel very inspiring.

How a space feels and flows — the energy of a space — has a connection to balance and harmony in your environment, as well as to inviting positive change to your life.

Did you know that there are objects you can use to energize and bring life to a space? These remedies can be used in rooms that may feel a little stagnant. Some examples are:

  • A lush, healthy plant
  • An object with movement (ex. a small fan)
  • A suncatcher or faceted crystal
crystal

Remember to set your intention for why you are using these items as well. In the room examples I mentioned earlier, energizing these spaces may lead to more dinners in the dining room or the inspiration to start flowing in the office!

While there are objects that can add energy and life to a space, there are also items that can bring a different type of energy to a space.

To give you an example, let’s talk a moment about potpourri. While it may smell nice, what is it really? Dried flower petals. What is a bowl of dried flower petals? Dried energy.

You want your home to be energized and have balance and harmony. Items that don’t represent the type of energy you want in your space, or in your life, shouldn’t be there. Breathe life into your space, and invite positive change, by using items that set the tone and add uplifting energy to your environment.

While the above information is general information that can be applied, in some instances, more may be needed to help achieve balance, harmony, and the positive changes you are seeking. If that is the case, you may want to consider a Feng Shui consultation.

I hope you find the information in this blog useful. If you have any questions about the information above, or other questions about Feng Shui, please feel free to contact me. Thank you for reading!

Amy

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