“Having good Feng Shui in the living room, a center for everyone in the home can greatly enhance auspiciousness both for the house and its tenants. This involves energy flow, the lucky Feng Shui direction and using colors that best fit your family.”
If the living room is situated at the lucky Feng Shui position, Feng Shui masters will often advise homeowners to stimulate the energy with fish tanks or aquatic plant aquariums.
For Feng Shui in homes, the “living room” is a very significant area because it is where the family spends most of their time together. It is a “center” for everyone in the home. Hence, when Feng Shui in the living room is proper, the whole house becomes auspicious to a satisfactory level. Find out more about Feng Shui for the living rooms below.
In the medium to small-sized homes, architects or housing projects often design living rooms next to the “main entrance”. This means that the living room is the forefront area affected by the energy that flows through the door. Therefore, adjusting Feng Shui in the living room that is next to the main entrance is simply making the room spacious and ventilated to promote energy flow through the door that will also continue to other rooms. Avoid furniture which appears heavy, tight, or solid, especially pieces that are placed in the middle of the room or directly opposite the door as they may block energy flow.
Some homes may already have good Feng Shui directions as certain housing projects consider this aspect since the designing phase. In such homes, Feng Shui masters often place the main entrance near the living room at the “lucky Feng Shui direction of each time period” meaning it is in the best position. Usually, this space is related to money wherein “moving objects” are used to stimulate energy flow. Moving objects that shall be placed in this area are fish tanks, aquatic plants aquariums, fountains, Maneki-Neko (lucky cat), perpetual motion decorations, blinking clocks, etc. These items can add more prosperity to your living room.