Feng Shui For Your Front Doors
The front doors are considered “the mouth of chi” in Feng Shui, which means these are the mouth of energy, or the source that infuses all the other parts of your house with good things. Because the front doors are so important, these are can be the best place to start if you want to get rapid results from your Feng Shui improvements. Here are some Feng Shui tips for the front doors. The front doors can be the most important entrance. If your door leaks heat, get it sealed. If it sticks, either oil the hinges or get a locksmith to fix where it is stuck. Absolutely make sure that the door can swing open all the way inside, with no coat hangers or anything else behind it. The direction your front door faces is very important in Feng Shui. Most directions are positive, but doors facing North and particularly North-East are not auspicious. If your door faces either of these directions, you want to insulate the inside of your house from this energy. You can do that by having a winding path to the front door and adding bushy evergreen plants so the energy has to meander in.
Front doors facing East are excellent for building up a career or getting started in life. A South-East facing door helps with communication and steady progress. The South is a high-energy direction that may even need to be toned down with a dish of sea salt if you find yourself arguing with people. A South-West door gives more settled feel, but there is a risk of some not-so-good energy settling in, too. A Westward facing door will help with romance and contentment. A North-West facing door is good for authority and stability.