Feng Shui House (An Easy Guide To Feng Shui Your Home)

A Feng Shui house is like a dream home; a house that you can lovingly call a home sweet home; a house that has got all the awesome capabilities in the world to attract abundance, prosperity, health, wealth, luck and everything positive that the universe has to offer.

Having said that, I must also tell you that a feng shui house is not only limited to attracting positivity, in fact such a house has also got the ability to transform negative energy to a positive one.

In simple words, a feng shui house not only has the ability to attract positive Qi but even has got the capability to transform negative Qi into a positive one.

Here, I assume that you’re completely aware of the concepts of feng shui and Qi energy; if – by any chance – you aren’t then just read our article @ Feng Shui; this’ll help you to understand what feng shui and Qi energy are.

Feng Shui House

Feng Shui House – Why Should You Do It

It’s definitely not a secret that we all want love, peace, respect, good health, wealth, name, fame, recognition, success, luck and much more for ourselves and even for the ones whom we love.

Furthermore, I am pretty sure that you’ve seen many – and many I mean – instances, situations or circumstances where a family is going through tormenting times. Some people call it fate; some blame it on luck, while others may name it as Karma; but that’s not always the case.

Just think for a moment, how come it happened that all the family members have hit bad luck at the same time? That just cannot be a mere coincidence. There has to be something that’s more than just luck or fate, and that’s negative Qi energy impacting the family in – obviously – negative ways. This is one of the prime reasons why we need to do have a feng shui house that can enhance positive Qi and can transform the negative one to our advantage.

Feng Shui House – How To Achieve It

Now, achieving a feng shui house isn’t rocket science, in fact it’s really simple. All you need to do is to do feng shui for each and every part of a house and voila your home becomes a feng shui compliant one.

But, people often get confused while doing feng shui for their home because of overwhelming nature of information; that’s the reason why I’ve – across my website – included lists of do’s and don’ts of feng shui for each and every room and parts of a house.

Below you’ll find links to various rooms such as living room, bedroom etc. and you will also find links to auxiliary parts such as staircase, main door etc.

Now, all you need to do is to just go through each and every link, read the do’s and don’ts of feng shui for that room or part of your house and apply it.

I am pretty sure that soon you’ll achieve a feng shui house – A HOUSE OF YOUR DREAMS

Here are the links (for various rooms):

Living Room

Dining Room

Here are the links (for auxiliary parts):

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  • Mallika …

    Hello Sir

    My husband’s kua is 7 and my kua is 4 …we moved into our house in 2010 and are the first owners. It has a main door facing SE 130. And the kitchen has a back door. My husband seems stressed at work and my relationship is suffering. How can I improve my house for best results. Kindly guide thankyou.

    • Hi Mallika,

      Please mark North in the layout. That way I’ll be able to assess the house in a much better way.

      Thanks

  • Hi Mallika,

    Draw a sketch of your home on a paper and then stand at the entrance of the house facing outside; place the compass on the paper (with sketch) and you’ll come to know all the directions.. make sure not to tilt the compass, try to keep it horizontal..

    Also, a staircase at the center of the house isn’t good and that may lead to childlessness or stomach related medical issues. Are you facing any of these? A remedy is to place 2 metal turtles under the lowest step of the staircase.. please apply any remedy under the guidance of an expert feng shui consultant..

    Thanks

    • Mallika …

      Hello Sir

      I managed to note the following directions of the home as advised. I have a 4 year old Son who was born after a long wait.
      Thankyou

      • Hi Mallika,

        I can see that there’s a kitchen in North-NE of the house and that leads to financial troubles at times. Also, a NE kitchen won’t let the lady of the house to be happy. Furthermore, no matter how much efforts you put in, the house would still look untidy.

        Also, if you can move the stove in the kitchen from N-NE to SE of the kitchen (that happens to be SE of the house too) then it’s really good.

        I’d suggest you to read 2 articles: 1 @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-kitchen/ and
        2nd @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-colors/

        This’ll help you understand the steps you can take to reduce the ill effect of such a kitchen…

        Never sleep with your head towards North.. Also, never keep the bed in direct line with the entrance of the room (like in bedroom 3).

        The master of the house must sleep on the highest floor of the house.

        Feel free to ask further questions..

        Thanks

        • Mallika …

          Hello Punditji

          Please suggest the best position to sleep in bedroom 3 as it is my son’s bedroom. However as for now it is not used except for storing his toys. I have changed the bed placement in bedroom 2 facing east . To apply remedies to the first floor toilet should I consider it as a NE toilet or North toilet? Similarly there is a toilet on the second floor should this be treated as the SE toilet or South toilet? The ground floor also has a toilet next to the staircase what remedies can I apply to the ground floor toilet. Sorry it seems like a toilet problem Haha…
          If I have to apply The NE toilet remedies to the first floor ..can it be any wind chime or a specific kind of wind chime?
          I shall try to enhance the NE kitchen ..

          Thankyou for your guidance and vauable time.

          • Hi Mallika,
            For bedroom 3 you can rearrange the bed such that your son’s head is towards East and legs towards West and he can see the bedroom’s door while lying on the bed.
            I think the toilet on 1st floor should be a North one as the commode seems to be in North zone. The one on 2nd floor should be a South toilet. For ground floor one, try not to use it often and keep the door closed.
            For remedies related to bathrooms and toilet refer the article @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-bathroom/

            You’re welcome!
            Thanks

  • Hi Mallika,

    The bed still is in front of the door. If you can move it towards left side such that it’s not visible from the door then it’d be good. Since no one is using the bedroom you can even leave it the way it is right now.

    Thanks

    • Mallika …

      Hello Sir

      I tried to move the bed towards left but if I do so then there is hardly any space left to access the cupboard which is on the left wall… we are in the process of furnishing bedroom 3 and soon my son will start using it …should I leave the bed as it is or change it to previous position such that the head points to south and feet points towards north… Please guide.

      Thankyou

      • Hi Mallika,

        There’s not much difference in current and previous position of bed, hence you can change it back to head South and legs North position.. Also, put up a curtain on the door so that the bed isn’t visible via door of the bedroom.

        Thanks

        • Mallika …

          Hello Sir

          I will do as advised …. once again thankyou for such a lovely website and your guidance.

          Thankyou

  • Hi Gabby,

    Please send me a bigger and clearer image of the house with North marked on it. Also for wealth refer the article @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-wealth/

    Thanks

  • Hi Min Day,

    A bed under a staircase is a strict no as per feng shui. You should move the bed to an appropriate place.

    Thanks

  • Hi Gabby,

    The image isn’t clear yet. However, there seems to be a kitchen in NE and a bathroom in NW of the house. Please refer the articles @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-kitchen/

    and @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-colors/

    and @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-bathroom/
    to understand how you can create balance between elements in these areas.

    Thanks

  • Have replied on FB!

  • Hi,

    What’s the facing of the plot? Also send me the planned layout of the house. I’ll be more than happy to help you.

    Thanks

  • Hi Almi,

    A SW facing house isn’t considered good as per vastu shastra. However, you can send me a layout of the house (and mark North on it) and I’ll be more than happy to help you.

    Thanks

    • Almi Patel

      Thank you very much for your reply . We decided not to go with that house.

  • Hi,
    As per feng shui the wealth and career areas are SE and North of the house. You can refer the articles below for wealth and love etc..

    http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-wealth/

    http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-love/

    Do let me know if you get confused somewhere..

    Thanks

  • Hi QP,

    Haven’t received attachment with the comment. Please resend.

    Thanks

  • Hi Sheila,

    Yes, please send me a photo or better draw a sketch (a rough one will do) and mark North on it and I’ll be more than happy to help you..

    Thanks

  • Hi,
    Thanks for liking my articles.

    For mirrors refer the article @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-mirror-placement/

    For extensions and missing corners, place 4 pyramids, one each, in North, East, West and South of your home.

    For SE entrance refer the article @ http://www.vastushastraguru.com/south-east-vastu-dosh-remedies/ and @ http://www.vastushastraguru.com/south-facing-house-vastu/

    For stairs, you can place 2 metal turtles under the lowest step of the staircase.

    For NE bathroom on second floor, you need to use appropriate colors and elements.Please refer the articles @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-bathroom/ and @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-colors/

    Using bedroom 2 as a master bedroom is a good thing.

    Bedroom 1 as playroom and TV room is also good

    For love luck refer the article @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-love/

    For West bathroom use appropriate colors and materials; use the links I’ve given above.

    For NE kitchen too use appropriate colors and material and do refer the article @ http://www.vastushastraguru.com/vastu-remedies-north-east-kitchen/

    Arrange the dining table such that no one faces South while eating.

    Arrange beds such that the head isn’t in North while sleeping.

    For 2 bathroom doors, keep them closed at all times.

    Do take help of a local feng shui consultant while applying any of the remedies..

    Feel free to ask further questions.

    Thanks

  • Hi Qp,

    Which side is North in the layout?

    Thanks

  • Hi Ana,
    Here’s a good arrangement for your bedroom:
    1. Bed in SW. Head towards South while sleeping
    2. Work table in SE; Face North while working. Remember to place the table such that there’s a wall behind you and open area in front.
    3. Storage etc can be kept in South or West.
    4. Dressing table can be kept in North such that it doesn’t reflect the bed.

    Thanks

  • Hi QP,

    I can see some cuts and extensions in the property, however, that can be managed. Do get the slope and energy levels of the plot checked by a local feng shui consultant.

    Thanks

  • The directions are to be taken while you’re standing at the center of the house or at the entrance of the house (facing towards outside the house in both cases)

    Get help of a local feng shui consultant to make the plan for you if you’re feeling confused.

    Something contrasting would be good with brick red. Since the door face NE a bit of yellowish door can be a good choice. Again, you can consult a local feng shui person.

    Thanks

  • Archana

    Hi I want to post rough sketch plan of my house n factory where I can post?

  • From the images, the property looks good to me.. however, a thorough inspection needs to be done to correctly assess it. Get help from a local feng shui consultant to do that for you..

    Thanks

  • Hi,

    I can see there’s a bathroom in SW of the house; here’s the link for your help on that http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-bathroom/

    Also, the kitchen seems to be in the West of the house; you can refer article @ http://www.fengshuipundit.com/feng-shui-kitchen/

    Note: Always make sure to apply any remedy under guidance of an expert feng shui consultant.

    Thanks

  • Hi,

    You can contact me on my FB page @ https://www.facebook.com/FengShuiPundit

  • Hi,

    Thanks for all the appreciation!

    1. Here’s a link for clocks; not on this website but on another one.. http://www.vastushastraguru.com/wall-clock-vastu/

    2. Cut means a missing corner.

    3. L shaped are bad if the “L” portion is pointing towards an open area of the house..

    4. Fake plants are good for nothing.. just get rid of them.

    Thanks

  • As far as my knowledge is concerned, it’s both.