Feng Shui Kitchen

Feng Shui Kitchen

"Quaiside-Cafe" by Steve Caunce

A kitchen is a place where our daily food is prepared and shared. It is a cosy gathering place for the family members and fulfills that intrinsic need for nourishment.

Here are some helpful Feng Shui hints to consider:

  • When remodelling a kitchen, add more cooking appliances to increase prosperity.
  • Clean the stove top and burners in your kitchen frequently. During normal usage avoid getting your stove dirty or encrusted with spill-over food from the cooking. A clean and properly working stove invites an abundance of food and prosperity into your household.
  • If your stove is on an island or peninsula and lacks a wall behind it, place a glazed ceramic vase or a pitcher on the counter behind it.
  • It is important to keep the kitchen garbage can out of sight.
  • Make sure you store all the cleaning supplies out of sight as well, so that they don’t “clean out” your beneficial energy of prosperity and abundance.
  • Don’t place a dragon figurine in your kitchen.  Traditionally, Dragon figures at the base of the plate represented due restraint. It’s supposed to warn you against over indulgence of food.
  • Don’t place a fish tank in the kitchen, as the pumping water symbolizes the departure of wealth from the family.
  • Don’t store kitchen knives in plain sight, in a holder or a wall-mount magnetic strip, however convenient;   to do so it cuts prosperity and severs the harmony of the family unit. It would be better, when they are not in use, to place them in a kitchen drawer or a cabinet.
  • Finally, tuck a red envelope with three Chinese coins under the bottom of the rice, flour or pasta container and potato bin. This brings abundance and wealth.

Bon Appetit!



2 responses to “Feng Shui Kitchen

  1. Absolutely amazing information and I enjoyed every bit of them. Thank you

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