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10 Practical Ways to Do Feng Shui

Fill your space with luck, the logical way

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Photography: MIchael Angelo Chua (Main Photo)

Sticklers for superstition never make a move without consulting a feng shui master, just to ensure that they’ve got all bases covered—whether it’s transferring to a new home, reconfiguring an office workspace, or even dressing up a baby’s nursery. Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese practice hinged on the flow of energy in one’s environment and life, may be a far-reaching concept for you, but many of its tenets do reflect a no nonsense approach to spatial planning.

Without dipping your toes into the mystical aspects of the practice, take note of these common Feng Shui practices and incorporate them into your own space:

1. Clear out the entrances.

Feng Shui has a thing against clutter, especially when it’s the first thing that greets you upon entering your home. Instead of filling up your foyer with discarded shoes, random umbrellas, and tchotchkes as far as the eye can see, remove anything that gets in your way. It will make entering your home a much more pleasant, stress-free experience.

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