marți, 19 ianuarie 2016

"Feng Shui for Bathrooms - Everything You Need to Know about Toilets, Tubs and Sinks" by Kathryn Weber

Did you know that there's a World Toilet Day? There is; it's November 19th and its purpose is to call attention to the 2.5 billion people who lack access to clean sanitation, and the death and illness that result from that lack of access. Toilets get a bad rap in feng shui because everyone assumes that they ruin your feng shui.

But that's not the whole story.

In feng shui, toilets and bathrooms can actually solve a number of problems.

Besides that, I wouldn't want to live in a house without a toilet, and I bet you wouldn't either.

So what's the straight poop on toilets and feng shui? What's important is to understand the kind of energy that toilets and bathrooms have. That energy is yin water energy.

In particular, it's a draining water energy.

Too many homes today have draining water only in the form of kitchen sinks, laundry rooms, and bathrooms, but not enough in the way of generating water energy, such as fountains and waterfalls. But that's another subject...

What's key to understand about bathrooms is that they drain your luck, and in a given sector, drain the luck that sector is associated with. Of course, it's hard to find the exact best spot to place a toilet. In fact, there's no perfect place other than where there's an affliction in the home's natal chart. A quick survey of flying star energy will show you where a toilet could become a problem-solver.

Here's the top tips you need to know to settle the debate once and for all.

Toilets can solve problems.

It's not widely known, but when the annual or monthly feng shui changes, there can be afflictions that create severe health or financial problems. This is particularly true of the 7 violence star, Five Yellow and 2 Black. If there's a toilet or water closet in the sector where there's an affliction, keeping the door closed on it will literally flush the problem away.
You shouldn't activate or harmonize toilets and bathrooms with direction they're in.

Many people think they should harmonize their bathroom with the direction or sector where they're located. And many feng shui sites actually promote that. But that's not the right way to handle bathroom and toilet energy.

For example, if your toilet is in your relationship (southwest) sector, adding red and gold colors and earth elements will energize the toilet energy. What that does is energize the relationship energy with the negativity, yin water and draining energy of the toilet. Not a good thing at all! Your relationships and love prospects, if you're single, will be greatly reduced.

Toilets under stairs cause problems with children.

In many homes, there is a powder room located under the stairs. This can cause infertility problems. It can also cause children to be difficult and disobedient. The best way to handle this is to keep the door to the bathroom closed and decorate it in colors appropriate for the sector where it falls.

Think of it another way, imagine your toilet is in your wealth sector. Adding energy that's harmonious is like writing a bad check and then knowing you're overdrawn, and continuing to write more checks.
Toilets and bathrooms should employ the reducing or destroying element in feng shui.

This reduces the effect that the toilet or bathroom has on your home and that particular sector of your life, such as your career, health, or relationships. Here's a breakdown on the effects of toilets in their given sectors.
North - affects business, generating income, career and job prospects. Harms relationships at work and presents obstacles to advancement. Add ceramics in here, or a large stone.
South - affects your reputation, increases gossip. Decorate in blue or black colors to suppress...
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