The Four Cardinal
Rules are most important basics of feng shui.
This is what anyone practicing feng shui begins with.
Cleaning and removing clutter is the most important first step.
Negative chi collects around clutter. Disorganization is a sign
of stuck and stagnant energy creating lack of flow. The fastest
way to get moving into the future is to remove and organize clutter.
Create Zen surfaces 49 – 51% clear. This is so that your eyes
have a chance to rest in between the paper work on desks for example.
Bookshelves that have art pieces in between the books again give
your eyes a chance to stop and see something beautiful and rest
in between the fast flowing chi bookshelves tend to have. Surfaces
50% clear create space and leave room for new energy, projects and
ideas to come.
3. Have nothing broken
or fix the broken items. Broken items attract lower and often negative
chi. Put a time limit on items you plan on repairing or replace
or get rid of them.
4. Beauty – have things that are
beautiful around you. If you have a piece of art or furniture that
you dislike, it is attracting negative chi.
Oed, Feng Shui Consultant