Feng shui is the science based on beliefs that allow you to alter your life just by making some changes in your thought process and the way you live. It will not work by merely shifting your sofa from one corner to another. The thought process, the belief, and the faith behind the fact that doing so will bring a positive change in your life are just as important. A positive Feng Shui home is said to bring good energy into your home that can result in the positive flow of money, health and love. Creating a home entrance with positive Feng Shui can be achieved with just a few environmental changes. By implementing Feng Shui in your home entrance you can create more harmony in your home. The home entrance is a great place to start and is highly regarded as one of the key indicators to a happy Feng Shui home. Basically, you want a clear path to your door to allow the energy (chi) free access to your home. To create this, you need to remove any rubbish from the entrance to the street. This includes any pot plants, rubbish bins and shoes. Even if there’s a big, old tree in your front yard, if it’s blocking the flow of chi to your front door you need to remove it.
Your door may also need a paint. You want everything tidied up – this is one of the first things you see when you come home and you need it to be uplifting not depressing. Choosing a front door colour isn’t as simple as ‘yellow for happy’. You need to know the direction your door faces. A simple compass phone app can help here. If you have a mirror opposite your home entrance this is going to deflect the energy back out of the home. Likewise, if your front door is directly opposite your back door the energy will flow right out. For really good Feng Shui, you want the energy to flow freely inside and shared amongst all the rooms in your home.