Feng Shui: 5 items you shouldn't have in your house

Feng Shui: 5 items you shouldn't have at home

With Feng Shui, you can not only redesign your space and look for the energy to flow better in it. It allows you to do a very healthy physical and spiritual cleansing. These are 5 common items you should never have at home.

Crowded, cluttered places can surely affect the energy of the people who live in them. Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice that helps people align their energies with their surroundings.

According to Feng Shui, there are objects that “steal” energy and you must eliminate them from home definitively if you want positive energy to flow freely. There are items you shouldn't have in your house.

1. Broken objects

Broken objects affect the energy of spaces.

2. Empty containers

You can find another purpose for your jars!

Any empty container such as the packaging of beauty products, perfumes and creams should be removed from your home and taken to recycling. Others, such as mayonnaise or jams, should be used for other purposes: you can create your own spell jars or prepare some moon water!

3. Broken watches and clocks

Broken watches and clocks

If you have a wall clock that doesn't work in any part of the house, you should think about repairing it or removing the clock.

The fact is that when a clock stops, the energy also remains stagnant, and this can influence the mood of the people living in the house. It will also negatively influence the progress of your projects.

Be especially careful not to have a stopped clock in the spaces where the whole family spends the most time.

4. Sad or violent pictures

Any sad or violent image will transmit bad energies in the environment you are in.

Any sad or violent image will transmit bad energies in the environment you are in. You must be careful when choosing the images that will decorate your home.

Violence may not be explicit, but take a good look at what the image you want to use conveys, and if it is not positive, look for another one.

Be especially careful with images of angry animals, which often go unnoticed but generate a lot of bad energy in the environment.

5. Unwanted decorative items

Duplicate objects

It is normal to have to keep a present from an ex or someone you no longer have a good relationship with. Well, give them away, it creates a negative atmosphere. 

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Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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