Do you live in an apartment?
Do you sometimes wonder how to create good Feng Shui in a place that’s crowded together with many, many other people’s homes?
The first step to good apartment Feng Shui is honoring the idea that you will be living there for a long time to come.
The folks around you may come and go, and it may be “only a rental,” but you need to feel that your place is home, no matter how temporary and impermanent it may seem.
Paint the walls, hang your favorite art, change the lighting fixtures to make the time you spend in your place as pleasing, comfortable and nourishing as possible.
Creating good Feng Shui in this way will be well worth the effort of returning your place to “normal” when it’s finally time to move.
Next, have respect for yourself and your apartment by keeping clutter to a minimum.
One particular culprit I’ve seen in apartments? Moving boxes! Recycle them, or store them away outside your apartment.
Since these three areas take up most of the space in a small apartment, your good Chi energy is especially dependent on them! 😉
Don’t forget: the outside hallway counts for good Feng Shui too, since it creates the first impression of your space.
It will be to your benefit to keep the area right outside your door — and possibly your neighbors’ — looking as warm and welcoming as possible.
Do you have other ideas for Feng Shui that’s unique to apartment life?
(photo by ABG)