Often the single most coveted control by most people is a home. Many work hard and put aside for a long time to be able to own a small place they can call their own. This home then goes on to become the central point in the life of all the people who live in it, a witness to their joy and tears, to their successes and their failure. It approximately becomes a living breathing family member in some ways.
How do you know if your house is fortunate for you or has good or bad Feng Shui? Often you know if your house has bad Feng shui by things going incorrect in your life. Getting sick very often, getting robbed, losing your job all these are proceedings that should make one take notice of the house.
Undoubtedly, there are times we just happen to go from side to side a bad patch in life and the Feng shui of the house has nothing to do with it. There are a couple of ways that you can be sure that the house is suffering from bad Feng shui and one of them is if all your bad luck in progress after you moved into the house.
Another way to tell if the Feng Shui of your home is bad is if every member of the family is pain from some form of ill luck or the other. One could lose his job, while one more battles with ill health etc.
Be sensitive to your surroundings and your house and how all the members living in it are affected. With a few corrections and the right principles applied you can simply create abundance with a Feng Shui home.
The Chinese consider that to create abundance with a Feng Shui home is easy if you follow the basic principles. These are finding auspicious land sites to build your home on, building a home in a regular shape, making sure that all the five rudiments are energized, the yin and yang are balanced and the shar ch’i or killing breath is neutralized or deflect while the cosmic breath or sheng ch’i is accentuated and allowed to flow through the house freely.