Feng Shui is a boon for those who use it correctly. But for those who follow it blindly and don’t know what to avoid get disastrous results. Feng Shui is all about balance. It is about creating your own balance. Every individual has different needs and wants; similarly they need to enhance the area which they necessitate. Like individuals different spaces have different requirements; if the area requires a balance of water or metal, the use of fire or earth should be restricted in that space.
To help you achieve a proper balance in Feng Shui follow these simple don’ts:
* Do not have any obstructions or clutter at the entry of homes and offices. There should not be any trees or structures obstructing it. * Do not have any dark corners within your home or office. Always illuminate these corners. All the corners within the rooms must also be well lit and clutter free
* Do not have any stagnant chi around the premises. Feng Shui suggests that you open the doors and windows regularly
* Never place furniture in such a manner that there is no space between them. There must always be space for chi to flow through.
* Never sit facing the end of a road or a hallway in the office as it becomes a poison arrow.
Feng Shui suggests that there should never be too much of yin or yang in the premises. One must always create a balance of them. Have good amount of sunlight to balance these.