10 Wealth Feng Shui Essentials for Your Home – By Rodika Tchi @KnowFengShui

These 10 wealth feng shui essentials will help you create and attract strong wealth energy – material wealth, as well as wealth in all its forms.

Feng shui for wealth is one of the most popular applications of feng shui.  The focus on attracting material wealth is actually one of the reasons feng shui became so popular in the West, since we’ve heard about many business tycoons using feng shui for more profits and stronger financial security.

Of course, there is much more to feng shui than its wealth building appeal! You can use feng shui to create a better quality of life, improve your health, attract more harmony to your relationships, help build a successful career, etc.


In other words, you can use feng shui to create wealth in all its forms. Here, though, I want to focus on feng shui for financial wealth.

Let me help you transform your home with these 10 wealth building feng shui essentials.

1. Good Chi Flow in a Clear, Open Space

balarddesigns.comWhen you see the homes of wealthy people, the number one thing that you actually see is open space. An abundance of open space. Strange, no?

Rarely do you see wealthy houses full to the brim with all sorts of stuff. It is the luxury of open space and plenty of breathing room that attracts more wealth energy.

In feng shui terms this basically means there is open space to allow more and to enjoy more. To create more, explore more and be more.

Yes, I know we can argue that being wealthy allows you to buy bigger spaces, keep professional cleaners, etc; but let’s avoid excuses or resistance mentality. There are plenty of small spaces that have the energy of wealth, too. Learn to welcome powerful energy into your home and not make it stale or block it with all sorts of stuff.

The more open space you have in your home, the more fresh energy can come in. Let’s explore powerful feng shui guidelines to help you attract the energy of financial wealth.


The next 9 wealth feng shui essentials will help you do just that.

2. No Clutter + Clear Organization

If you’ve been reading my articles for a while, you might get tired of me repeating “no clutter, no clutter, no clutter”. I have to keep doing it, though.

Clutter is stuck energy, and the essence of cluttered spaces  – as well as the dominant energy of people who live in cluttered spaces – is based on fear mixed with pessimism.

Hardly a quality of energy that can help one attract wealth!

Yes, of course I know that clearing clutter is not easy, and of course I know it might take time to get rid of all your clutter. All you have to do, though, is commit to clearing it, and then follow an easy feng shui clutter clearing system.

Directly connected to the concept of a clutter clear space is clear organization. If you do not have an organized house, chances are you will start quickly accumulating clutter again. Each item in your home deserves a space of its own, no matter how small; this makes for a peaceful house with strong and clear energy.

Think about it and look for the best organizational systems you can find; there is an abundance of them out there, from Ikea to California Closets and everything in between (Home Depot, Bed, Bath and Beyond, The Container Store, etc).

Rich people find everything quick; not only money and information, but also what’s needed in their own home. Why?

Simply because wasting time on finding something is frustrating and detracts from other things and activities that bring wealth (both financial wealth, as well as the wealth of emotional and physical health).

3. Use Feng Shui Wealth Colors

>>>   Read on …

Source: 10 Wealth Feng Shui Essentials for Your Home

Uses and Placement of the Elephant Symbol in Feng Shui – By Rodika Tchi Feng Shui Expert

Are you curious about the best feng shui placement of your elephant statue, painting or wall hanging? Do you know the meaning of elephant energy in your home? Find our how to decorate with the symbol of elephant in order to create a good feng shui home.


>>> Read on …..

Source: Uses and Placement of the Elephant Symbol in Feng Shui

Easy Clutter Clearing with Feng Shui: The Best System EVER – By Rodika Tchi Feng Shui Expert

Spring cleaning time .. clear out your old clothes and donate it to the poor. Clearing out old stuff is also helping you to clear out ‘old energy’ which does not serve your soul purpose anymore.

Clearing out old stuff also allows you to attract ‘new and refreshing energy’ into your life and also to re-balance your life’s journey as it will also affect your physical body. It will also promote good health, clarity of heart, mind and foresight once the ‘clutter’ is gone.

Even if the clothes/stuff in your old closets/store room are organized in boxes, does not mean that it’s all right to continue to ‘hoard’.

It’s not all right to store ‘old energy’. Believe me .. I’ve been through that many times and now, I try to clean out every 3 to 4 months. From old seasonings, dishes, plastic wares and plastic bags, old worn out pots (recycle them in the garden for hardware decor) .. to clothing, shawls, floor rugs, towels (kitchen and bath), cutlery, old curtains etc. – Namaste

Easy Clutter Clearing With Feng Shui.

Find Your Best Personal Feng Shui Colors – @RodikaTchi

#Copyright article and image from Rodika Tchi

Find Your Best Personal Feng Shui Colors.

personal feng shui colors chart

Are you wearing the best colors for your energy?

According to the ancient art and science of feng shui, you have colors that support you, as well as colors that drain your energy. This applies to both the colors you are wearing as clothing and accessories, as well as the colors of your home decor.

This personal feng shui color selection is based on the theory of five feng shui elements; it assigns each one of us a specific feng shui element. Because these elements are expressed as colors, you have colors that are good for you, meaning they support and nourish you; and you also have colors that tend to weaken your energy.

There are 5 elements in feng shui  – Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water –  and  your energy is described by one of these elements. This feng shui element, also called your personal birth element, is determined by your year of birth. As Chinese New Year starts on a different day each year,  check to be sure you know your correct year of birth for feng shui purposes.

Feng Shui Decorating with the Earth Element – Earth Feng Shui Element Decorating Tips @RodikaTchi

  Earth tone color scheme for living room

The whole content (below) in this article is copyright of Rodika Tchi @ http://www.knowfengshui.com/earth-feng-shui-element-decorating/

Feng Shui Decorating with the Earth Element.

Easy feng shui decorating with the earth element: bring nourishment, stability and protection into your life

Earth feng shui element is definitely the element that each home or office should have. Of course, we need all 5 feng shui elements for our well being – in different proportions for different spaces and different people – but trust me that earth element is the one to strengthen in your home no matter what your personal birth element is.

As you can guess from the name, the earth feng shui element brings the energy of nourishment, stability, support and caring patience.

With the very disconnected, hectic, as well as vastly artificial way of modern life, a strong earth element in your space will bring you back to your own center, calm and reassure you, as well as provide stable support for all of your endeavours.

Earth feng shui element is especially welcomed in the bedroom, its warm, nourishing, earthy and welcoming feel brings the best energies for the bedroom, especially when combined with a bit of fire feng shui element.

As with all feng shui elements that we are exploring in good feng shui decorating of a home or office, start by asking yourself how does the energy of earth feel to you and how can you best express it in your space.

We say Mother Earth in almost any known language and culture, so the energy of earth element is first and foremost a very nurturing, strong and protective feminine energy. It gives and sustains life, it protects, it cherishes and it heals – all the good things a mother does!

In feng shui the earth element is created by, or produced ( in the cycle of 5 feng shui elements) by the element of Fire, so  there is a strong and powerful connection between these two. It is always best to have at least some of the fire element when you focus on decorating with earth element

My own personal birth element is earth and this explains the abundance of calming earthy colours in my home , as well as my sometimes over the board love for crystals and stones! I also have a lot of fire element in my energy make up (we have all 5 elements just in different proportions); so an earthy decor helps absorb some of the excess fire that can get triggered in me when I get too busy working on various creative projects. My earth decor brings me back to balance and calms and strengthens me in a very wholesome way.

If your personal feng shui birth element is earth, metal or wood, you can bring an abundance of earth element energy into your home, it will definitely balance and strengthen your energy. However, if your personal birth element is either fire or water, then you might experiment and see when and where to bring the earth element, and when to avoid it.

Generally, it is considered that a predominantly earth element decor can weaken the energy of fire and water element people. Experiment and see if this is right for you, as we are all unique and have different factors to look at when creating a good feng shui home or office.

As with the other elements info, I am structuring the earth feng shui element decorating basics into 3 clear and easy sections: “When”, “Where” and “How” ; and then the infographic below should help assimilate and apply the feng shui info. Enjoy!


WHEN To Decorate with the Earth Feng Shui Element:

Strengthen the earth element in your home or office decor when you need to reach a place of centred calm and peace, as well as create a strong, supportive foundation to keep your creative fire burning steadily instead of in quick exhausting bursts. Look for earth feng shui element to bring stability to any area of your life – be it love and romance or health and family. This is also the element to look for when your energy is scattered and you lack a sense of groundedness or inner power. Stability, nourishment and a strong foundation are the 3 main keywords for this caring, strong and motherly element.


WHERE To Focus on the Earth Element Decor:

As with any feng shui element, earth is always best in bagua areas that are either defined by it or nurtured by its energy. Bagua areas that have earth as their defining element are Southwest, Northeast and Center. Bagua areas that are strengthened by the powerful energy of this element are Northwest, West, East and Southeast.


HOW To Decorate with Earth Feng Shui Element:

As always with genuinely good feng shui, choose decor expressions that come out of your creativity and love of beauty rather than from a textbook on feng shui. Understand the classical feng shui guidelines then apply them in your own creative and personal way. Some of the best examples are of bringing the energy of earth element are color (of course!), crystals and stones, pottery, as well as images of earthy landscapes (without too much greenery or water). A perfect example of earth feng shui element art is the stunning photography of the Antelope Canyon in USA.




































This infographic should be an easy reference for using the nurturing earth feng shui element in your home or office decorating.


Lucky Colours to Wear for Good Feng Shui in 2015 – by Rodika Tchi


Lucky Colours to Wear for Good Feng Shui in 2015.

feng shui lucky colors 2015 - Assembly/GettyAssembly/Getty

The tradition to wear specific colours for New Year celebration in order to attract good luck in the coming year is popular all over the world. As everything is energy – including colour, of course! – what you wear when the clock strikes midnight is believed to bring you all manner of luck and success.

The same choice of colours is believed to bring you luck if you wear it throughout the year, as well as decorate your home with it.

Is this true, though? Does it really work? And, most importantly, what is the choice of specific colours to wear based on?

For those who are anxious to find the answer right away, let me give some feng shui details for the coming year – the year of the Wood Sheep 2015. Afterwards, if you are interested in where the tradition comes from and what it is based upon, we will look into that, too!

2015 is the Year of the Wood feng shui element – the Wood Sheep – so to be in harmony with the energy of the year and befriend the ruling Wood Sheep energy, it is recommended to wear the colours of the Wood feng shui element – all shades of green and brown.

In addition to the Wood feng shui element, you can also wear the colours of the Water and Earth elements, because these two elements support the Wood in its growth and well-being. So, colours blue and black (Water element colours) as well as all earthy tones (Earth element) are also good in the coming year of the Wood Sheep 2015.

You can wear not only clothing, but all sorts of accessories in the green-brown colour scheme, such as jewelry, belts, scarfs, etc. To make it even more powerful, you can choose jewellery with natural crystals and stones with the presence of Wood energy, such as green jade, agate, green tourmaline and malachite.

Also good are crystals and stones with the presence of Water element energy – such as turquoise, aquamarine, pearls, kyanite, lapis lazuli and moonstone. Or, go for black colour ones, such as black obsidian, black tourmaline or black onyx.

Are there colours that are best to avoid in the New Year, or at least for the New Year celebration? Yes, for sure. Least favourable colours in 2015 are the colours of Fire and Metal feng shui elements, respectively all whites and grays, as well as purple, orange and red colours.

=> Discover Colour As Expression of Five Feng Shui Elements

If you want to go a bit deeper with choosing best colours for yourself, it is always good to know your personal birth element, and see which colours support and nourish your energy. For example, if your personal feng shui birth element is Earth, wearing Wood colours all the time can weaken your energy.

The tradition to wear specific colours for each coming New Year is based on Chinese tradition, or, more specifically, on the feng shui theory of five elements. According to the Chinese calendar, the energy of each year is expressed in the energy of a specific feng shui element. There are 5 elements in feng shui – Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal.

=> Find Out the Element of Each New Year

Each element is expressed in specific colours, shapes, images or items that carry its energy. For example, the Wood element of 2015 Year of the Sheep is expressed in colours green and brown, rectangular shapes and, of course, various green plants or their representation (images or art).

The interesting part, though, is that Chinese New Year starts on a different day each year (and never on January 1st), so if you want to really use the Chinese approach and benefit from colours of the year, then you will also have to celebrate Chinese (Lunar) New Year, because this is when the year actually begins in Chinese cosmology.

In 2015, the New Year – the Wood Sheep Year – starts on February 19, 2015. This gives you another chance for a good celebration, along with a fresh new start, doesn’t it?

Good luck and all the best in the New Year, no matter which colours you choose to wear.

Read also –