Feng Shui Kitchen - Create Prosperity in Your Life with Food

Published: 17th March 2010
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The kitchen can often be referred to as the heart of the home, therefore having the perfect feng shui kitchen is usually a requirement for having a well balanced and abundant life for the whole family. This area of a home represents every member of a family so it is critical to keep it pristine. In accordance with basic feng shui principles, food is affiliated with wealth, so the place where food is prepared represents the origin of wealth and prosperity.



The stove stands out as the most important piece of appliance in the kitchen and its placement will largely determine how the flow of 'qi' or energy is in this room. In order for the 'qi' to flow freely, the stove is required to be positioned in a certain way. The ideal position for the stove is attached to an island around the middle of a kitchen so that the cook has the entire room including the entrance in plain sight. It is important for the person doing the cooking to be able to see whoever comes in through the door. If the stove is set up in a way that faces a wall as is the case with many stoves, especially in smaller kitchens, a very good remedy for not having the ability to see the kitchen is to place a mirror behind the stove burners. This is not only effective in that it allows the cook to view the entire room, it also helps to create the illusion of doubling your wealth. The burners of a stove are believed to represent where the wealth actually comes into the home from. If a mirror is positioned correctly behind the burners, it is meant to double the total amount of wealth that enters.



There are also many positions that are not suitable for the stove. As an example, a stove shouldn't be placed in line with the kitchen door or stuck in between a corner of a room. You should also avoid putting it right by the window as it is believed that wealth will flow right out through the window. To be able to save space, some stoves are designed having a microwave above it. This kind of placement can be very bad, because the microwave will actually oppress the movement of 'qi'.



Other important stove recommendations include keeping it clean, in proper working condition and making good use of it. Leaving the stove unused will not help the household become prosperous in any way. Put it to use regularly to cook nutritious food for the entire family and remember to use all of the burners for the most effective results. If any part of the stove needs fixing, have it fixed immediately so it doesn't negatively affect your finances. It's also vital that you know the stove symbolizes the fire element. Water is generally detrimental to fire as it's supposed to put it out, however both the sink along with the refrigerator represent water and they are all located in close proximity to each other. The most effective placement for all three should be to have them form a triangle and something representing the wood element in between the stove and each water element appliance. Live plants are a great tool to make use of for this purpose.



Besides the stove, there are also quite a few other important feng shui kitchen tips. Keep the kitchen clean at all times, don't forget to clean out the cabinets and refrigerator regularly. Anything that is going to expire or that's spoiled must be thrown away so it won't have any negative effects on the 'qi' of the room. Broken appliances should also be removed for the same reason. Bad plumbing and other such problems needs to be fixed as soon as possible. Lastly sharp objects such as knives should not be out in the open, either keep them inside of a drawer or a knife rack. All of the simple techniques can make a huge difference in a kitchen.





Discover how to utilize the feng shui kitchen to attract wealth and prosperity. Use mirrors in feng shui and other feng shui cures to fix problems with finances in this part of your home.



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