Countdown to Flying Star Feng Shui – Day 6

Mouth of qiOnly six more days until the new Flying Star year begins and a great time to think outside the box when it comes to your feng shui.

Many people are so focused on making sure the feng shui inside their home is good that they completely forget about the outside of their home, especially the front door and walkway.

Qi (pronounced chee and meaning ‘energy’) flows from the outside in, not the other way around.  In addition to that your front door is called the Mouth of Qi, meaning it’s the primary source of energy coming into your home. 

This time of year in the northern parts of the planet it’s winter so it’s not exactly the time of year to re-landscape your yard.  You can, however, sweep off your front porch or hose it down if it’s not too cold out where you live.

You can also place silk plants and colorful flowers in pots near your front door to lift the qi coming in.

Make sure you have a welcome mat to greet guests that come to your home too.  I often see welcome mats that are the size of a postage stamp compared to the size of the front entry.  It not only looks strange it doesn’t look very welcoming.  Make sure your welcome mat is big enough for your front door.  Obviously, if you have a double front door you’ll need a really big mat.

Your front entryway should be pleasing to the eye and naturally draw your attention to the front door and that, in turn, will attract qi to your door.

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