The front door is very important in feng shui, it does not matter if we are talking about the front door of a house or the front door of a company. In feng shui, the house gets its Chi, or energy, through the front door, so the stronger, healthier, and more balanced this front door, the stronger and better the quality of energy available to those who they live in the house.

5 characteristics of a strong front door with good feng shui

So what does a strong front door look and feel like? And more importantly, how can you add strength to your front door? These are 5 cute, simple and powerful ways to do it according to feng shui.

Open flow of energy

An open and unobstructed flow of energy to the front door. This means there are no trash cans, old broken flower pots with dead plants, or anything else blocking the flow of feng shui energy to the front door. Keep it clean, fresh and flowing, this is always the best feng shui.

The most conducive feng shui energy flow to the front door is a smooth, winding path that resembles the flow of water and not the sharp, direct path that is so common in modern homes. If you do not have it like that, try to mark it with elements that form it, such as planters, flowerpots, stones arranged like this on purpose, etc.

A well-kept front door

It is a well-kept front door. A front door that opens wide without squeaks, a front door that looks good from door hardware and paint. No nail holes around the door frame, no rusty doorknobs, no Christmas wreaths worn in June, etc. Show constant affection to your front door and it will help you attract the same quality of energy to your home.

Color in harmony with direction

A front door color in harmony with the feng shui element of the door direction. The direction of the front door is very important in feng shui, so to harness the best energy, it is advisable to choose a feng shui color that is in harmony with the element of your direction.

For example:

  • East facing front main door (Wood element) – the best colors for your door are green, brown, blue and black.
  • North facing front main door (Water element) – best colors are black and blue.
  • South facing front main door (Fire element) the best colors are red. You can accentuate with shades of yellow, orange, pink, and purple.
  • West facing front main door (Metal element) – the best colors for your door are white, gray and metallic tones will be the best option.
  • Front main door facing Southeast (Wood element) – the most suitable colors will be green, brown and others related to this element.
  • Southwest facing front main door (Earth element) – pale yellow, pastel, ocher tones and Fire element details (orange, deep yellow, red, hot pink) can be a good combination.
  • Front main door facing Northeast (Earth element) – the most suitable colors will be light yellow, pastel tones, ocher, beige, “earthy” and “sand” colors.
  • Northwest facing front main door (Metal element) – with white, gray and metallic tones.

Sober main entrance

A strong feng shui front door opens to a smooth flow of energy at the front entrance. Efforts to attract the best feng shui energy into your home will be wasted if your front entrance does not have good feng shui. You need to channel the good feng shui energy throughout your home, and it all starts at your front entrance.

Correct proportions

A front door has a good relationship with the structure of the house. A strong feng shui front door is a door that has good proportions compared to the overall house. This simple point is often forgotten during home renovations, which is why you can often see two- or three-story houses with small doors. This might have been sufficient when the house was a small one-story structure, but with the larger house, you need a larger front door.

Balance and harmony

Feng shui is all about balance and harmony, so be sure to check the energy at your front door often to ensure that good feng shui Chi flows into your home. This is how all goodness finds its way into your home (and into your life).

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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