How to use Feng Shui tips to Soften Corners.
Day #229 of #365 Days of Feng Shui
Do you have a favourite nook? Or a corner of a room to snuggle in and read a book?
You may find it comforting to snuggle into a corner to create a quiet space for yourself, as the side walls will create that protective feeling around your back and shoulders.
This is all good.
But there is also a downside to this.
And that is the corner.
Most Feng Shui peeps have heard of poison arrows, where sharp edges create Sha Qi or cutting Qi. This is a negative energy and can be potentially harmful.
Though poison arrows are not only protruding corners but your ‘inny’ corners. Like belly buttons – do you have an inny or an outy? – both inny and outy corners are considered to be Sha Qi.
And spending lots of time in your favourite chairs close to a corner can cause negative energy. For example sitting close to a corner can cause back pain because of the constant Sha Qi radiating from the corner.
But there’s good news!
This is a really easy thing to remedy.
By simply placing a large plant like a soft palm or fig palm between you and the corner or moving your chair on a slight angle and way from the corner is enough to slow down or distance yourself from the Sha Qi.
So you can still have your reading nook and feel that you are comforted, And you will be sitting in healthy Qi.
Though it is always best and recommended to place the chair so you have a straight and solid wall behind you.
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