Feng Shui Tips, Cures, Remedies for Home and Office
Watch the Haiku Designs Video on Feng Shui
Ths video illustrates the "feng shui ba gua." This video will help you understand what to do to bring new energy to clear and revitalize your home or office. Click the play button to see how the Ba gua works in your space.
Welcome to Haiku Designs, Boulder, CO where Feng Shui is a constant guide. Our furniture and Japanese style shoji screens and accessories go well with Feng Shui priniciples. These remedies will help clear and cure old, static, and possibly blocked energy in your home and office.
Click on a Feng Shui remedy below from the four powerful cures Wealth, Love and Relating, Wisdom, and Helpful People. Purchase them all and see how your personal space can become revitalized. Each Art Cure can be purchased separately or purchase an Art Cure Set and save!
Haiku Designs Feng Shui Basics
At Haiku Designs we understand how important feng shui is, so we've put together some easy and effective cures, or remedies for blocked or static energy in your space.
1. Clear Out Your Clutter.
Get rid of everything you don't need and don't love in your home. Clutter clearing does take time and energy, but it's very therapeutic. It will help you "lighten up the load," so to speak. This is one of the most important steps in creating harmonious feng shui energy in your home.
2. Have Good Quality Air and Good Quality Light in your home.
These two elements are essential for good feng shui energy (called Chi) in your home. Open the windows often, introduce feng shui air-purifying plants or use an air-purifier. Allow as much natural light as possible into your home, and consider using full-spectrum lights.
3. Define the Ba Gua.
The Ba Gua is the feng shui energy map of your entire home or whichever room in your home you want to focus on. The Ba Gua Octagon is one of the tools used in feng shui to help determine preferred locations for certain functions in the home or office. The Ba Gua is placed with the front door of the floor plan of your home or office placed at the bottom of the Ba Gua octagon.
4. Know Your Feng Shui Birth Element.
This helps you to create a home that supports your personal feng shui element. For example, if your own element is Fire, you can introduce the Fire element colors (red, orange, purple, yellow), as well as triangular shapes.
5. Know Your Kua Number.
This helps you to position yourself so that you benefit throughout the day from your best or lucky feng shui directions. Adjust the position of your bed, your desk, the seating in your dining area, etc. For example, if your Kua number is 1, it is best to face one of the following directions: Southeast, East, South, and North.
6. Always Be Mindful of the State of Your Home .
Make a habit of paying close attention to the so-called feng shui "triangle" that is deeply connected to your health - your bedroom, your bathroom and your kitchen. Nothing is static in the world of energy, so be wise and keep your home healthy and happy.