Spaces in your home in relation to your life

Spaces in your home in relation to your life,

The house is related to our internal organs and our life. How to interpret the spaces of your home to your life.

The spaces in your home about your life according to Feng Shui

Main door

The front door is related to the opportunities in your life.

It represents how you approach the world when you leave it and how you approach your own life when you enter it. It is how you perceive your outer and inner world. This affects your behavior and your social and professional relationships.

Avoid clutter near this area, it should always be clean, light, and uncluttered, this way you will ensure that good energy arrives passes, and flows smoothly through that space in a waveform.

Hallways and stairs

They are important energy conductors in the house.

Known as the veins of the home, they should be spacious and unobstructed. What happens to the body when the veins become blocked? Saturated hallways reflect blood circulation problems, I repeat they represent the veins of the house.

Living Room

The focal point of the home is usually the living room.

It is the space that residents and their guests appreciate the most and where they want to spend a lot of time. In your home, determine what it is and decorate it with warm colors.

From there, life radiates to the rest of the body. Too many objects will reflect conflicts in social relationships and your social image.


It is a space that should be clean, and bright, with fresh vegetables.

This space creates and nourishes the body through food, so it is considered the stomach of the house.


They represent the eyes, nose, and lungs of the home.

They are responsible for providing oxygen and ventilation to the interior of the house. Avoid blocking them with furniture, they should open and close freely. If they have a nice view outside, the better. Dirty, opaque, and broken windows become problems in the long run.


Correspond to your feelings and emotions, love for life, and self-respect.

Avoid piling up unnecessary items such as old papers, books, and shelves full of things you don’t use. The bed is for the body to rest. Avoid storing objects under the bed. Keep your sheets clean.

The bed represents the energy of water and has a lot to do with your fertility, creativity, communication, relationships, family, and work.


It is the skin of your house, if the walls are cluttered with pictures, it is associated with dermatological problems.

Broken bulbs, lights in poor condition, as well as screens without bulbs, cause nervous confusion and constant stress, as they represent the nervous system of the house.

Basement / Attic

It is your past and your subconscious, it describes your attachments and is reflected in your fears.

Clean out your basement or attic, and throw away anything broken or useless. You will feel new opportunities coming into your life.


They are associated with opportunities for growth and development, have a lot to do with achieving goals, and could become a space that limits and holds you back.

A closet full of clothes and suitcases is associated with low self-esteem and low goals because the closet is a symbol of your feelings.

An abundance of books leaves no room in your life for new ideas and new ways of thinking. Learn to let go of books in time, don’t let them take up your personal space for romantic relationships or new growth opportunities. Keep the books you use and love, let the rest go.

Ornaments and objects

Piles of ornaments and objects in your home will create problems and conflicts, headaches, and migraines. It is a reflection of the body, which is full of obstacles.

Buying, having for the sake of having

This will hinder your professional development.

Make room for new things. The classic “just in case” or “in case it is needed later” is part of the unconscious state of poverty and is passed down from parents to children for generations.

When we create and move spaces with the help of Feng Shui, we generate a positive flow of energy that is reflected in your well-being, health, social, emotional, and personal development.

With information from Ana Maria Balarezo

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