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Learn about Feng Shui and how to avoid negative energy, or Sha Chi as you arrange your home according to Feng Shui.
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How to Avoid Negative Energy in Feng Shui
The best way for ensuring the free flow or good energy around your home is to simply remove all clutter and unnecessary items. Whether you're a true believer in Feng Shui or not, clearing space in your home is likely to have a positive effect. I'm sure most of us have had that feeling of clarity and order after finishing a good spring clean.
As everything must have an opposite, there is also a stream of negative energy to consider, shar chi and this can carry misfortune. Unlike its positive counterpart that beyond is gently along curved contours, shar chi always travels in straight lines with sharp and angular objects being the main culprits for directing the bad energy like poisonous arrows.
The wonderful shapes in Chinese architecture demonstrate an age old method of deflecting shar chi very well. As we can se here, Chinese roof edges tend to curve upwards, a very deliberate design feature to repel shar chi from neighboring houses. Even a row of books on a shelf can channel shar chi as the spine stick out creating numerous hard straight edges, so keep them in a cupboard or moving them to the knowledge sector of your house will help.
The whereabouts of your knowledge sector will be revealed very soon. Various systems of Feng Shui have evolved over the years but two main types form and compass Feng Shui are the most relevant to our purpose today with specialist tending to incorporate both.