Do you have floor-to-ceiling windows in your home?
Floor-to-ceiling windows create bad Feng Shui because they allow your personal Chi energy to flow right out of your home at floor level.
I’ve worked with a number of clients recently who live in apartments with this type of window; it’s a distressingly common design flaw in recently-built buildings.
My theory about this is that it’s all about real-estate sales, but every client I’ve worked with has complained about how upsetting they are to actually live with.
And these clients are right. These huge windows are a big Feng Shui problem for you because:
- You don’t have the physical barrier to the outside that regular waist-high windows provide.
- Healthy Chi energy escapes through these enormous windows at the floor, causing you to feel tense and nervous without quite knowing why.
- Their unnatural depth gives you a disconcerting, disorientingly low-level view outdoors.
- They’re especially problematic if you or someone in your household has a fear of heights.
Give your floor-to-ceiling windows good Feng Shui.
- Block the bottom section of the windows with solid paper or cloth to create a window that feels more natural.
- Hang sheer or translucent curtains to cover at least the bottom half.
- Place a large or heavy object on the floor in front of the windows to anchor your energy and create a sense of groundedness.
Conserving your Chi energy is key to your health, happiness and comfort. Do you have other solutions to this common problem that I’ve missed?