Have you ever walked into an RV, that immediately felt like home? Have you ever reminisced about the best year of your life, and wondered why everything came together for you? It could be Feng Shui.
Simply put, Feng Shui is about creating a harmonious environment. In other words, it’s the ancient Chinese Science and Art of placement. In short, Feng Shui is intended to improve our health, harmony, longevity, career and wealth.
Pronounced, “Fung Shway”, this scientific art was a jealously guarded secret for thousands of years. Now, the benefits of Feng Shui can be enjoyed by anyone. In fact, Feng Shui is a part of everyday life for many businesses, homeowners, decorators, and architects.
June from June Turner Designs and Lifestyles has been an expert Feng Shui practitioner for 13 years. June states, “Feng Shui can be simple or involved – whatever you’re comfortable with. Decorate a room or buy a home that is perfect for your family.”
The key is energy (or Qi “Chee”). June offers ten quick tips that can improve the flow, transformation, and containment of Qi in your life.
10 Feng Shui Tips for Better RV Living
1) Remove shoes before entering the RV. Don’t take your problems in with you.
2) Cook at least one meal a day and eat at the table as a family.
3) Never have knives on show – even in a block.
4) Always sit or stand facing the door (or its reflection).
5) Keep the toilet lid down and the bathroom and laundry doors closed.
6) Don’t sleep under white blankets or quilts.
7) Don’t sleep with your feet facing the bedroom door.
8) Don’t sleep next to the wall that has the electrical box on it.
9) If your front door is in line with a tree or the door of the house opposite, place a Ba Gua mirror above the outside of the door.
10) However, never have a Ba Gua mirror inside the RV. They are far too powerful.
It’s no coincidence that some of these tips are just common sense. You’ve probably been practicing Feng Shui for years without even knowing it!
According to June, “this is just the tip of the iceberg. Just a few little changes can make the world of difference. But most solutions are specific to the individual.”