14 things feng shui experts want you to throw away right now
Shoes, coats, bags, backpacks, kiddie sports gear – we could go on, but why bother? You know all the stuff that has a tendency to accumulate near the front door. But it’s essential to clear it if you want good mojo in your house. The front door, the entrance point of chi for your home, should be positive.
Feng shui expert Kathryn Weber, publisher of the feng shui site Red Lotus Letter, suggests “keeping your foyer open by moving piles of shoes and clutter out of the way.” An entryway that is easy to move through fosters good energy in your home and your life, which can mean increased opportunities. Weber reminds us the opposite is also true: “A crowded and cluttered entryway can diminish energy and stall income and relationships.”