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your home with your new Feng Shui eyes. If you were a stranger coming to visit, how does your front entrance look? Is it inviting and welcoming? Or does it look like no one lives there (i.e. dark, tall weeds, dirty front door, overgrown grass, etc.) Your front door is the mouth of CHI


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Spring into by Rhonda Rosa


reating a harmonious home is easier than you may think. Start by looking at the front entry of


(energy – the breath of life). This is where energy is going to enter your home. Make your front entry way inviting by implementing some of these 10 steps:


Clear away any dirt, dead leaves and clutter from your front door.


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Enhance entry with plants, fl owers, wind chimes or decorative fl ags or banners.


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Wash your front door down with essential oils such as pine and/ or lemon. As you clean your front door do it with the fi rm intention that you want to welcome Chi into your space.


You can also repaint your front door to spruce it up. Some powerful paint choices are red, black, purple and green.


Do not have anything behind the front door as you swing the door open? Let it open all the way to the wall as a big welcome to Chi.


If you use your garage or side door as your main entrance, start using your front door from time to time.


Buy a new welcome mat for the front entry.


Make sure the numbering on your home can be seen so no one gets lost trying to fi nd you.


Make sure the doorbell or knocker is working properly.


Lastly make sure any outside lighting is in good working order. No burnt-out bulbs.


After you implement these changes, let me know how walking into your home feels. Happy, Healthy Spring Cleaning Everyone!


A harmonious home is a healthy home. Rhonda Rosa of Harmony Life Design is a Certifi ed Practitioner of Interior Alignment. She can help with all aspects of Feng Shui for your home and/or offi ce. Visit www.harmonylifedesign.com/Rhonda or www.fengshuiforbalance.com. For more info and an appointment, call her at 407-371-1210.


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