A Feng Shui environment requires that the front door is never be in line with any other doors or windows within the property. Moreover, all internal doors will be separated by at least 3 meters and never in line with one and other, this is the same for all bathroom doors, cabinets or walls, with a separation less than 3 meters away.
A very significant detail in the choice of the entrance door to the house or business is that it must open inwards, it is a simple element which may seem obvious but this aspect in itself invites positive energy flow through the interior of your home from the very first moment.
One “Do Not” of Feng Shui, is to never place a Staircase facing the main entrance of the home. That will divert the energy coming into the house reducing the new refreshing amount of energy flowing around the house.
DOORS & WINDOWS
The door-window relationship will define Feng Shui the value and quality of your stay. Doors and Windows allow for the flow of energy throughout the property, so must be channelled smoothly and consistently allowing for balanced and harmonised internal traversing within the property.
The style, measure, positioning and above all the arrangement of windows and doors is vital to allow the flow of energy.
Avoid aligning doors or windows together, as this will allow energy to pass through each room to quickly and will not allow enough time for the flow of energy to saturate and in turn be retained within the room.
Should doors be located next to each other, this is known in Feng Shui as “Arguing Doors”, personified by discrepancy of energies that cross them, this blocking the transfer of energy throughout the property. It is desirable to avoid this a state.
Finally, it is important to avoid this overuse of windows upon the rear of the property as this allows for the escape of energy which otherwise would have been engaged within the property. This loss of energy can never be recovered.