How to Get Chi to Flow
Chi is the flow of energy in your home, office, or body. When chi gets stuck, it can cause illness or strife. Keeping the chi moving freely is not as difficult as you may think. Here are some tips to help you get the chi to flow so you can move forward with ease.
When you walk into your home, does your heart rate and blood pressure go down? Do you feel as if you can finally take a deep breath and feel safe and secure? If your answer is "No," you may have some blocked chi inside your home. If your house if full of clutter or paperwork, with toys and dirty laundry blocking your path, scheduling some time for clean up is a great way to get the chi to flow once again. Once you get things organized, you will have an easier time to spot where the chi blockages really are.
An easy way to address a chi issue is to notice how you feel when you see something in your home. Does it make you feel happy, or do you have a negative feeling about it. For example, if you have a rug that you detest, you block chi energy from moving every time you look at it. On the other hand, if you love the rug, the chi is allowed to move freely. Surround yourself with things that make you feel happy. The more you love your home, office, and body, the easier it is for chi to flow.
Energy easily gets blocked in certain areas of your home or office. Clapping out the corners is a great way to unlock blocked chi. It's like giving an applause to your life. Clap out the corners with joy. You can use bells or chimes as well. Since corners are notorious for blocked chi, hanging chimes, plants, mobiles, or crystals are a wonderful way to keep the chi moving.
Old and outdated items in your home can do more than collect dust. They can also be chi blockers. It's always a good idea to recycle old items or donate them to charity. Having a garage sale is a great way to get the chi moving in your garage which can be full of stuck energy. Always hang chimes in your garage to keep the chi circulating.
A fountain is a beautiful addition to any room or office, and a great way to get the chi to flow. A fountain placed strategically can help bring in wealth and abundance which is a lovely indication that the chi is flowing in a positive way.
Always surround yourself with things that make you feel good. Creating a harmonious environment does not mean to strip it to the bare necessities. In fact, an empty room may have too much chi which can cause more harm than good. As always, balance is the answer.
Tips & Warnings
Hang chimes, plants or mobiles to smooth out the corners of your rooms.
Surround yourself with things that make you feel happy.
Get rid of items that no longer serve you.
Never display dead flowers.
Too much chi is not good for you. As always, balance is key.