Kitchen – More Feng Shui Tips

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According to Feng Shui the location of the main door, the master bedroom and the kitchen decide the luck of a house. So, it is important to make sure that the kitchen is Feng Shui friendly, Moreover, the food prepared by the housewife in the kitchen is for the maintenance of a family's health and nutrition.

There is a Chinese saying: bing cong kou ru. It means sickness goes into the mouth.

Follow the following guidelines for better Feng Shui in the kitchen:

1. The bedroom should not be next to the kitchen. It is especially so when the bed and the stove is next to the same wall. The heat and the smoke generated by cooking in the kitchen are not good for health,
2. The stove should not face a window so as to avoid the penetration of light. It is unlucky.
3. Avoid placing the stove above a drain which is running across. Water and fire do not mix.
4. Avoid sharp corner facing the stove. For example, when a table is diagonally opposite the stove and the sharp corner of the table is facing the stove. It affects the health of the family members negatively.
5. Avoid the wind. It is for this reason that you stove should not face a window. The wind could extinguish the fire and cause a gas leakage. It's dangerous.
6. The wall and the floor in the kitchen should be tiled. As Chinese cooking is oily so it is important to maintain the cleanness of the kitchen
7. Install a hood above the stove to suck up the smoke created by cooking. If you can't you can install an exhaust fan instead.
8. Keep the kitchen tidy by having a built-in kitchen cabinet to store items.
9. When the stove is at a window on the west facing the settling sun, it is unlucky and the health of the family is jeopardized.

Charles Chua C K  devotes his time to writing articles about his past experiences relating to health, career, money, home, relationships, education, happiness, Feng Shui, writing and more. The aim of his articles is to share useful tips about life with his readers. Please visit his blog at allaboutlivingwithlife.blogspot.com

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