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Feng Shui Your Home

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 12/19/12 -- Feng shui centres itself on energies - it stands firm in the belief that we're always exchanging energies so it's important to create a 'feng shui' home that emits happy, positive and healthy energies in order for your own energy to, in turn, become healthy and content.

How can I go about doing this?

First of all, you need to treat your home as if it was a person - ask questions and pay attention to the space around you. Take a look at the places in your home that don't necessarily feel 'good' to be around - it could be a lack of space and poor arrangement that's causing this.

Many people find that wall fixtures like radiators can play havoc with your feng shui as they can be a drain on energy bills. There are flexible alternatives - such as storage heaters. They will heat your home perfectly and are also really popular given their cost savings. They run off a cheaper electricity tariff, 'economy 7' that applies from 12.30am to 7.30am. You can buy your storage heaters from heatersuk.com, and benefit from an energy efficient storage heater that will not only help save on bills but also take up less space in your home.

Clutter can also negatively affect feng shui as is connotes messiness and disorder so it's worth investing in storage units that tidy away unnecessary clutter, leaving a clean-cut exterior. Clutter-clearing is a great way to feel as though you're cleansing your home; so if you don't need it, bin it!

Another important feature to aid positive feng shui is making sure you have good quality air and light. These two elements, known as Chi, work together to create a refreshing ambience for your home. To achieve this, open your windows frequently (first thing in the morning is good as it encourages fresh air to begin the day) and allow as much natural light as possible.

You don't have to be an expert in energies - these simple tips above are enough to give your home that feng shui feeling!

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