About the Video
The law of attraction states that what we think about, we bring about. When you change your thoughts, you change your life.
But did you know that your physical environment is also a direct reflection of your beliefs? And when your environment doesn’t match your mindset, your growth and will be sabotaged.
In this video, feng shui master Marie Diamond reveals the top three mistakes people make that sabotage their abundance — without them realizing.
What is feng shui?
Many people confuse interior design with feng shui. But the two are actually quite different.
Interior design is the practice of making a space visually attractive.
Feng shui is the practice of making a space energetically attractive.
Many things can influence the energy in your home and work space. And what most people don’t know is that there are ways you are subtly influencing the feng shui of your space without realizing it.
In the video above, Marie Diamond reveals three of the top mistakes people make in the feng shui of their homes.
What Are the Top Three Feng Shui Mistakes People Make?
Feng shui mistakes don’t just affect the way you feel in a room. These mistakes can also sabotage your own health, wealth, and abundance.
So, what are the top three feng shui mistakes people make according to Marie Diamond?
Here are the three most common feng shui mistakes according to Marie Diamond:
1. Don’t sit facing the wall
When you sit facing the wall, you’re closing off your energy.
The best feng shui practice you can put to use in your home or office is to move your desk around so that you can see the door of the room you’re in.
This simple practice can have a profound effect on your mood and energy levels. Try it yourself!
2. Don’t place mirrors in the bedroom
Mirrors in the bedroom, especially in and around the bed, can negatively impact the feng shui of a room.
Even a television with a reflective surface can act as a “mirror” of sorts.
According to feng shui, mirrors in the bedroom are always reflecting, and what they reflect may be bad for the health of your personal relationships.
Cover or move mirrors from the bedroom for better feng shui.
3. Avoid sharp edges
Plants with sharp edges or sharp leaves are detrimental to the feng shui of your home.
If you’d like to keep a plant with sharp leaves, make sure to move it away from the entrance of your home.
You may also want to keep it away from your workspace and any spaces you like to relax in, such as your living room or family room.
To learn more about the most common feng shui mistakes, check out the video above or join Marie Diamond’s upcoming Masterclass.