Houses on cul-de-sac are known to have not-so-good Feng Shui as the energy is recycled and never able to easily escape. Energy is believed to bounce back from house to house on a cul-de-sac, and houses with bad energy flow is considered to have bad Feng Shui. But do not fret! Here are some tips on how to improve the Feng Shui on cul-de-sac houses so that you can refresh and uplift the energy of your home.
1. An Outside Water Feature
Whether it be a small water fountain, a small pond or a bird bath, having a small water feature in your front yard can improve Feng Shui on Cul-de-Sac Houses. The water feature is preferred to have a moving water element as this will provide movement and refresh the otherwise stagnant Feng Shui energy on cul-de-sac houses.
2. A Moving Yard Element
Small wind fans, or whirligigs can be placed in your front and back yard to help move along the energy in cul-de-sac houses. Similar ideology is applied to this Feng Shui principle as having an outside water feature – to promote movement to improve energy circulation. Having a wind powered garden feature is a simple (not to mention cheap) way to improve the Feng Shui your cul-de-sac house.
3. Build a high front gate
It seems that gates are a common cure for most of your home’s Feng Shui problems. Here, a high front gate can block bad energy from entering your home. It will also be beneficial for you to have a small front yard behind the gate so that all incoming energy can be positively transformed before entering your home. Plant plenty of trees and shrubs to create a peaceful atmosphere in your front yard.
Having a home on a cul-de-sac has many benefits such as quieter traffic, but unfortunately the corresponding Feng Shui principles tend to disagree. The idea of a home being on a dead-end road indicates that you will also hit many dead-ends in life and in your problems. Dead-end roads also associate with no progress or growth, both of which is not aligned with the bringing of luck and good fortune.
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