Placement of Indoor Water Fountains at Home: Dos and Don’ts
Are you interested in buying an indoor fountain? There are two pieces of news that I’m about to deliver: one bad and one good.
The bad news is it’s not your typical add-to-cart where you wait for delivery and just place it anywhere. This requires an understanding of surroundings and correct placement. The good news is, you’re on the right page! Here, I’m going to talk about the proper placement, including places that you should avoid. But before that, let’s talk about why placement is important.
An indoor fountain comprises of water elements. According to feng shui, water elements hold “Qi” energy. A fountain’s peacefully flowing water disperses Qi all around it. As a result, everyone else in the vicinity of the fountain feels fantastic. The Chinese word qi means “life energy.” When qi isn’t flowing, it becomes stale or stagnant, and we can become stuck in other areas of our lives as a result.
Again, the continuous water flow in a fountain energizes your home’s Qi. Threfore, adding indoor fountains for the home creates a better energy flow. If this piques your interest, we invite you to continue reading to learn more about indoor water fountains at home.
The Dos and Don’t of Indoor Water Fountain Placement
Do place indoor water fountains in these areas:
⎆ Near your home entrance.
If you want to manifest wealth and money flow, a fountain near the front door of your home is a great place to put one. Your home’s entrance is called the month of qi because it opens the door to opportunities. As a result, placing a fountain there will bless any opportunity that comes your way.
Note: If you put a fountain inside your front door, ensure the water flows inwards, not outwards, or it will push the energy out the front door.
⎆ In your office.
The placement of a fountain in your office is auspicious because it is the source of your chosen profession and the location where you handle your work.
⎆ In the eastern area.
The family sector, which is held power by the wood element, is located on the eastern side of the house. You can nurture and enhance the wood element while also nurturing family relationships by placing a water fountain in this location.
Do not place indoor water fountains in these areas:
⎆ In your bedroom.
We’re after good energy and good relationships. But placing it in your bedroom is something you should avoid. Fountains aren’t usually a good idea in the marital bedroom because they portray the water element, putting out the fire that boosts marriage enthusiasm.
⎆ In your bathroom.
In the bathroom, activities such as running water and showering tend to create a watery place. So installing a fountain may result in too much water energy.
Water’s deep parts are linked to knowledge, insight, and instinct, while the more flowing side reflects our social connections and how we engage with the surrounding environment. As a result, if you want to bring goodness and depth into your energy, or if you want to extend your social network, you may want to add more water to your space.
Why not, right? We’re all after that better situation where you feel as though there is good energy everywhere. So go ahead and get your indoor water fountain and place it correctly in your home. May you find abundance and peace in your surroundings! If you have any questions or suggestions, we always love to hear from you in the comments below. Also below are links to more fantastic articles about ALL things DESIGN for your home or business.
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