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I often see homes surrounded by high fences trough which one can’t see any view. I also have met people who never open their curtains and keep their homes constantly semi-dark or even very dark inside.

Those are of course subliminally working on the inhabitants moods!

If you have no other choice of having those fences blocking your view, please surround yourself inside your home with large photos/frames/art representing landscapes with open views.

Paradise island

If you want to keep your home – or even often only just one room – in the dark, ask yourself why you keep in the excess Yin (Passivity). Missing light – which represents Life – is lacking Joy. While it can be good to sleep and relax a few days in such an environment, constantly living in a dark place could easily lead you to depression, lack of interest in life, serious struggles with studies and sadly hiding away from… realizing that actually, you incarnated in this body in this life time to enjoy what life has to offer for the highest good of all 🙂
Time to change those broken light bulbs, open the curtains and refresh the air while letting the light in.

For those with photos of bags, suitcases, fences or barriers in their decor, ask yourself if you are ready to leave your emotional baggage behind and jump the fence!?

Barriers could well only exist in your imagination.
Have you ever consider that fear and doubts were ever only created by your own thoughts?
How about you leave your baggage on the other side of the fence, climb it and see what life has to offer on the other side! 🙂

Life is a great adventure and is worth living.

Feng Shui Yours,

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master, Author and Happy Human Being
www.fengshuisteps.com

 

 

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