Paintings with intention

One of the allies within the decoration that allow us to practice good Feng Shui are the paintings.

        These must project harmony, love, order, tranquility, abundance, in addition to being in perfect condition. If you have paintings or objects that are broken, patched, incomplete, dirty, that inspire aggressiveness, bloody scenes, are scary, represent loneliness, despair or anguish and the most important thing that you do not like, do not have them in your decoration. Because that is how the energy you generate in your connection with abundance will be.

        Everything that is in your home or office has to be to your liking, it must be in tune with you.

       When Feng Shui is practiced, the intention that we place when choosing the pictures to create an excellent harmony, plays the main role, it is the most important.

Here I give you certain intentions: ACTIVATE!

<br>• Connection with the Profession: to the North it locates marinas, lakes, waterfalls with calm waters. Dolphins, Galapagos tortoises and fish.

<br>• Unite the family group: to the East beautiful and prosperous paintings of gardens, flowers, fruits, mountains and still lifes.

<br>• Activate the flow of money: in the Southeast lush trees, windmills, coins and prosperous places.

<br>• Feeding love, passion and the couple: in the Southwest works of lovers, weddings, couples. Never one or three people.

Give yourself permission, sit in the center of your house, carefully observe all your paintings, works and respond.

 DO I LIKE THEM, DO THEY MAKE ME FEEL GOOD, DO I HAVE THEM BY COMMITMENT?

Until the next meeting and that every day they are more prosperous, your specialist friend and adviser in Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology. Ros Feng Shui.

@ ros.fengshui / @armoniasistemica • Information by 0412 829 95 55 • If you are interested in this or any other topic, you can write to [email protected]

 

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