Feng Shui Moving Into New House


Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice of harnessing the energy of the universe and manipulating it to create harmonious, balanced surroundings. Through careful placement and orientation of furniture, décor and other elements within a dwelling, Feng Shui has been known to organize energy flow in order to encourage positive energy, good luck and balance. Therefore, when moving into a new house, it is important to practice Feng Shui because it can help to invoke proper energy in your home, creating an inviting atmosphere that allows positive spiritual energy to flourish.

To achieve proper Feng Shui in your new house Moving day(s) should start off with a thorough cleaning of each room as this will cleanse any energy remnants left by former occupants; it’s also important to take note of orientation while unpacking furniture. Furthermore, natural elements such as plants and wood items like bookshelves and trinkets can be added to enhance the ambience. Additionally, it is suggested that mirrors are placed near entryways or windows for their reflective properties that deflect negative energies. Lastly, the incorporation of “Wu Xing” (Five Elements Theory) should be considered where earth tones bring stability; wood invokes growth; water creates a feeling of calm; fire radiates enthusiasm; metal attracts focus.

Preparing for the Move

When preparing to move into a new home, it is important to connect with and appreciate the energies of the space. Before you set foot in your new home, spend some time visualizing the space in a positive light filled with harmony and living in perfect balance. When moving into your house, bring positive and uplifting intentions such as peace, harmony, balance, joy and prosperity. Think about how much more wonderful life can be filled with love when living in an environment that resonates with healthy energy. Invite compassionate energy from family members and friends to help you fill up your new space. Make sure each decision made takes the feelings of all human occupants into consideration; this will create a stronger sense of belonging for everyone who resides there. Once all these have been done properly, it will ensure that your Feng Shui practice is successful for years to come!

Energetically Cleaning the Home

If you are practicing traditional Feng Shui, it is important to cleanse the home energetically before moving into your new house. Common steps to do this include burning incense, setting up either Chinese or Tibetan singing bowls, ringing a bell while walking through each room of the house, and playing energizing music in every room. Additionally, using essential oils such as lemongrass, eucalyptus, cedarwood or sage are said to promote positive energy flow. It is also commonly suggested to start by decluttering the space since any clutter can act as a blockage for good luck and chi energy. Finally, be sure to display items representing five elements– wood, fire, earth, metal and water-as these five elements bring balance and harmony into the home.

Establishing a Balanced Home

One of the best ways to bring balance and harmony into a home through Feng Shui design is by using the 5 elements. These include wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Consider where each element can be implemented around your house. For example, you can use wooden furniture and decor for areas representing growth and expansion such as entranceways or in the main living area. Fire represents passion and energy – this could be displayed with a fireplace or red-coloured accessories near your desk. Earth represents stability – incorporate pottery, straw mats, or natural stone items for this one. Metal for strength – think metal wind chimes or lanterns hung from the ceiling in your dining room or cook’s kitchen. Finally, water supports creativity – add a fountain feature in a hallway or invest in a deep blue rug for an office space. Combining these elements will help to create both visual balance and positive energy flow throughout your new home.

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Positioning Furniture and Artwork

The “bagua” is an energy map used in Feng Shui. It is made up of nine sections, each with its own energies that correspond to various aspects of life- wealth, relationships, health, etc. To use it to determine where to place furniture and artwork in your new house, you first need to locate the front entrance and figure out which direction the door faces. Then divide the area into nine equal parts using either a circle or a square shape so that each section corresponds to one of these life areas. Finally, you can use this map as a guide for where to place furniture and artwork in your new home. For example, if you want to bring success or abundance into your home, then you’d position items according to the Wealth and Prosperity section of the bagua so that they are stimulating the relevant energy flow. On the other hand, if higher levels of creativity is what you desire, than furnishings and art pieces from the Creativity & Children sector would work better. Therefore by using this age-old practice of Feng Shui and it’s associated bagua poer map – you can bring balance into your home whilst optimising its potential to manifest results around all eight life areas!

Growing Your Feng Shui Garden

1. Begin by using the Large Wooden Bagua Map technique to get a clear idea of what areas of your yard will provide the best Feng Shui. To do this, divide your garden into 9 parts and assign each section the appropriate qualities associated with certain colors, shapes, and elements.

2. Create ideal energy flow in your yard by strategically placing water features throughout it. A well-placed fountain, pool or pond can attract positive chi energy.

3. Include greenery and natural elements in your garden design to bring together different energies in an aesthetically pleasing way. Incorporate trees, shrubs and flowers that represent the five different elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water).

4. Don’t forget to add items that evoke joy and happiness into your new space. Think wind chimes, sculptures or hanging lanterns that sparkle when lit up at night and décor pieces that have special significance or meaning for you.

5. Finally, be mindful of the indoor-outdoor connection between your living spaces and garden–make sure they can “talk” to each other by adding similar color schemes or furnishings so as not to disturb the Qi energy.

Fortifying Your Home

Feng shui is more than just makiing sure the energy of your home is inviting and prosperous. It is also about protecting your property from unwanted outside energies. Here are some additional feng shui measures you can take to fortify and protect your new property:

• Place a good luck God or Goddess at the entrance: Choose an image or statue that conveys luck and protection, such as Fu Dog, Kwan Yin, Garuda, or the Laughing Buddha.

• Hang Feng Shui cures near entrances: These can be auspicious signs like Chinese Inscribe tablets or good fortune symbols. You can also include plants (like bamboo) as well as mirrors to repel negative energy away from the house.

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• Install wind chimes and bells in key locations: Wind chimes help disperse any stagnant energies while bells help activate positive chi around the property.
• Put up door gods at major doors: Door Gods are traditionally used in East Asia to protect a home from evil energy and ward off intruders.
• Incorporate three legged money frogs into the landscape design: The three legged money frog is said to bring wealth luck to your home when placed by water features (fountains etc.) or within easy sight of outdoor spaces.

Key Tips for Moving and Staying in your New Home

1. Cleanse Your Home: Before moving into your new house, it is important to cleanse the space of any built-up negative energy. Smudging (or burning) herbs such as sage and sweetgrass are your best bet to ward off the “bad” vibes from previous owners or occupants and start fresh with your own positive vibrations.

2. Spend Time With Intention: While unpacking in your new space, take the time to make each item count. Place furniture and decorations where you will get the most benefit in terms of layout and face direction according to Feng Shui principles. This will promote flow and balance in each area of your home.

3. Welcome Chi: Upon arrival, open windows with intention to move stagnant air out of your home, invite natural light in, and allow peaceful Chi to fill up all corners of your house – this will be extremely helpful if you’ve been feeling stressed out while packing boxes! Additionally, place water elements such as an aquarium or a basin with freshwater in locations where you can enjoy their calming effect by observing them directly when spending time at home.

4. Create Ambiance: It’s important that your home is filled with energy that reflects who you are on a spiritual level– surround yourself with colors, scents, textures that best fit your personality. Incorporate artwork o art pieces with meaningful messages as well as natural elements like plants, crystals or fossils that help induce relaxation and promote wellbeing every day.


Feng Shui involves balancing the elements in and around your home to create a sense of harmony. By making a few simple changes, you can use Feng Shui to promote good energy flow in your new house and create a more pleasant, peaceful atmosphere. Examples of these changes include placing mirrors in entryways to bounce chi (energy) into the home, hanging chimes near windows for better air flow and circulation, and taking advantage of the five elements (fire, earth, water, wood, metal) to bring balance and support different areas of your home. You can also focus on certain colors – such as purple for a creative area or yellow for wealth – in various rooms throughout the house by introducing them through furniture choices or accessories. The concept of ‘Fung Shui’ is rooted in the idea that our homes should be an intentional reflection of who we are and what we seek to cultivate in our lives; by balancing energy within our space we can make it an inviting haven that not only reflects our own personal values but also helps us feel safe, relaxed and energized throughout the day.

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