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Feng Shui for the Home: Identify the Good and Bad Sectors of Your Space

Take note of the things that you need to avoid and invite prosperity into the home with these tips

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Photography: Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions (Main Photo)

Thinking of revamping the look of your house? For those who believe in Feng Shui, you can be guided by the Flying Stars Method.

To do this you would need a magnetic compass and your home’s floor plan. Stand at the center of your house and divide the space according to direction: south, southeast, southwest, east, northeast, northwest, north, and west, and center—that is, the middle square of your home.

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