Feng Shui Technicals: Entrances and Energy

On 15/02/2010, in Blog, Features, by Michael Oon

It is the main tenet of Chinese Philosophy, “Energy brings life”. Therefore, in feng shui, the aim is to fill the property with energy so that the occupants of the property will prosper. So, how does the energy get into the property? Of course, the energy from the exteriors comes through doors or entrances to […]

It is the main tenet of Chinese Philosophy, “Energy brings life”. Therefore, in feng shui, the aim is to fill the property with energy so that the occupants of the property will prosper.
So, how does the energy get into the property?

Of course, the energy from the exteriors comes through doors or entrances to the property.

This posting is about the various positions where doors are being positioned in the UK.

1. The prominent door.

The door is conspicuous and easy to find by any person. The energy in the surroundings will easily fill the property with energy.

open-door-2

2. The hidden door

The door is difficult to find. It will therefore be difficult for the energy to fill the property.

hidden-door-2

The door to the property in on the right side of the passage way. The door at the end of the passage way leads to the back of the property.

3. The blocked door.

These are examples where the entrances are not easy to find because they are blocked by various obstacles. These obstacles would also hindering the flow of energy to the door.

blocked house 1

blocked-house-2

blocked-house-3

Once the energy gets into the building, it is distributed through the building. This is determined very much by the interior layout of the building.

Conclusion: A door in a prominent or an open position will get more energy from the exteriors than a door that is either hidden or blocked. Therefore, doors in prominent positions are preferred in feng shui.

Dr Michael Oon

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