Sunday, October 8, 2023

Did You Know Your Home Has Wealth Corners? Let's Review This

Your Home's Wealth Corner

Hey there, fellow seekers of good vibes and positive energy! Today, once again, we're diving headfirst into the fascinating world of Feng Shui.

For the past two Feng Shui articles, we discussed whether your bed was in the "coffin position" and whether you should have a mirror in the bedroom. Today, we'll cover the "Wealth Corner" of your home.

The Quest for Wealth Energy in Your Home

Let's start with the basics: Did you know that your home and each room have their own little money magnets called wealth corners? Yep, you heard me right. Money corners! 

The Two Ways to Find Your Wealth Corner

So, how do you locate these elusive pockets of wealth energy? There are two schools of thought here: Classical Feng Shui and Western Feng Shui. Today, we're keeping things laid-back and going Western.

The Western Bagua Map:

Bagua Map

Point 1: Locate Your Wealth Corner

  • Here's what you need to know about the Bagua Map (if you're so inclined - there's more detail at that link).
  • You can print out a copy of the Bagua Map here or use the one above as a mental guide as you find the wealth corner in a room.
  • Stand at the room's door or the front door of the whole house, and hold the map physically flat with the title at the top of the page as a guide to the direction.
  • Your wealth corner for the home is the top left area of the house, as it is for each room.
By the way, each map section represents quadrant directions for those vibes. As an example, the love and relationship corner of your home (or a room) is in the top right area.

Point 2: Embrace the Element of Wealth

Now, here's where things get colorful – literally. According to the Feng Shui Bagua Map, the element that brings the big bucks is wood, and the color choices are as vibrant as a rainbow: purple, green, gold, red, and blue.

Ready to Decorate Your Wealth Corner? Here's What You Can Do:

  • Wood Frames: Picture this - a wooden-framed photo featuring a wealth-related scene, like a tropical beach holiday or a luxurious cruise ship. Just make sure that the water feature is squeaky clean. If you're jazzing up your bedroom's wealth corner, hang that photo above a dresser and add a tabletop waterfall. Some say you shouldn't have water in the bedroom, but hey, it's your call!

  • Plants and Mirrors: For some leafy green charm, consider Bamboo, a Money Tree, or a Fern. Or, throw a mirror into the mix, just not in your bedroom. Still, some folks swear it's no biggie, so do what feels right for you.

  • Shapes and Crystals: Go rectangular with a wooden accessory housing Citrine or Pyrite Crystals. If those crystals are large and in charge, let them shine as the star of your wealth corner show.

  • Bowl of Oranges: Oranges are a symbol of good luck and wealth, so create a lovely presentation for your wealth corner that happens to be in the kitchen.

  • Position a Tortoise or a Money Frog in your Wealth Corner: Choose ones made of glass, resins, mud, metals, wood, and crystals

  • An Added Overall Tip: Paint your front door red; yep, you heard correctly. Red. Red is considered good luck and is said to bring opportunity and good luck to a home. Darn! My door is blue!.

Declutter, Declutter, Declutter!

Whether you're a Feng Shui enthusiast or just tidying up, remember to keep your space clean and clutter-free. That way, positive energy can flow like a champ throughout the room. Bright lighting, groovy tunes, pleasant scents, and a touch of candle magic can also work wonders.

Hold Up! What NOT to Include in Your Money Corner:

  • Piles of clothes, boxes, or general chaos.
  • Plants that have seen better days.
  • A stack of unpaid bills (nobody wants that energy).
  • That noisy paper shredder - let's banish it elsewhere.
  • Leave your tools out of this.
  • Garbage cans or recycling bins? Nope, keep them hidden.
  • Sad or gloomy images - we're all about the good vibes.
  • Say no to painful memories and negative vibes.
  • Old, unattractive furniture - it's time for an upgrade.
  • And remember, while a touch of fire or metal is okay, don't overdo it in your wealth corner.

There you have it, folks – the secret to unlocking wealth energy in your home. Go forth, decorate those wealth corners, and let the money vibes flow! 




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10 comments:

  1. I've actually seen this work, having created a wealth corner in my kitchen years ago in another house. Thanks for the chart, Barbara. Always a good reminder. Perhaps time to establish a new wealth corner in my new abode.

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  2. So many things to remember with Feng Shui, but I'm willing to give it a go. Who doesn't like the thought of a wealth corner? Thanks Barbara!

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    1. It's fun to set-up a corner knowing with a good energy purpose in mind - I've set-up one corner in my kitchen (it's the entire house's wealth corner - but I wasn't able to add a wood element yet, but i'm working on that)

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  3. Thanks for another fun and fascinating Feng Shui lesson, Barbara! Our bedroom has two doors, so mapping it with a Bagua Map may be a challenge, lol.

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    1. It's amazing how Feng Shui is important to certain cultures too - recently in the Toronto area a listing received a huge amount over asking for the number on their house - I'm trying to remember the details, but I'm sure it can be found with a simple google search

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    2. Margaret, I googled the article - get ready for this! https://www.cp24.com/news/house-with-lucky-address-sells-for-550k-over-asking-in-less-than-48-hours-1.6444427

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  4. So, after I did what you told me to do and considered by home based on the map, all I could do was laugh, a lot! We have a bathroom in that corner! Fortunately, I am not superstitious. I did enjoy the look at the map though. You know how much I love games, especially any that generate laughter. Please understand, I am not laughing at someone else's beliefs. I am simply laughing at the knowledge that my wealth corner is a bathroom.

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    1. lucky each room has a wealth corner as well, lol ! - our wealth corner is by the kitchen sink; I've had to be creative haha

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  5. Hey, Barbara, in one house I lived in, my 'wealth corner' was in the kitchen in a corner that was cupboards between the stove and the sink. I ended up using a piece of paper taped on the inside of the cupboard door closest to the actual corner and used colored pens in the colors of purple, green, gold, red & blue and made a list of things I desired to have in a wish list, my own idea of a type of wealth wheel with the dates I hoped to obtain them. The cupboard door was Wood and Rectangle, so I felt I had covered all the bases! I used to look at my 'list' regularly and focus on it. Do you know, that by the end of the year, I had 'acquired' every single thing on my list? Amazing!

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    1. Oh I love this!!! You have me thinking about doing this! My wealth corner is in an odd corner in the kitchen too and it would be possible to make a list for the inside of a cupboard!

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