If your home is considered as a body, the front door is the mouth. The chi (energy) comes in through the door and fills your home. If you want to help insure that positive energy comes in, pay attention to what Feng Shui has to say!
Someone is approaching your front door. It is dull, perhaps cluttered, not terribly attractive.What mood gets conveyed to the approaching visitor? Nothing very positive, nothing very welcoming. When you open your door, you are greeted with, at best mild positive to negative and angry. You’ll have to deal with that.
But let’s change the picture. You stand at the end of the walk and visualize what would lift your spirits, make you want to come into the home? Flowers? A wonderful, colorful door, outlined by a trim that sets of the color of the rest of the house? A welcome matt in good condition, and a pleasing door knocker or a wreath reflecting the season.
Someone approaching your home now is greeted by a home that welcomes and invites. Without their knowing it, their mood has been positively affected by the energy of your home. You brighten and lighten their mood without even saying hello. Is it important? Could it make your life easier and more positive? Yes. Take a critical look at your entrance and make it as wonderful as you can. It will be well worth it.
Oh – you come in through the garage? Use the front door at least once a day. Don’t close the mouth of chi just because you car is more important than your home and the people who come to it!