Can stair­cases usher in pos­i­tiv­ity?

Wide and well-lit stair­cases are aus­pi­cious feng shui as op­posed to nar­row and dingy ones

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be curvy with solid stairs ( com­plete with­out hol­low open­ings at the back). The open­ings be­tween the stairs tend to frag­ment and dis­si­pate the vi­tal chi of the house. Wide and well-lit stair­cases are aus­pi­cious feng shui as op­posed to nar­row and dingy ones. Also, straight and spi­ral stair­cases, es­pe­cially in the cen­tre of your house are a big no-no in feng shui. They lit­er­ally ‘drill’ a hole into the chi re­serves. De­pend­ing on the map of your floor, a good cure would be to hang an ap­pro­pri­ate wind chime at the base of the stair­case. This can ground and sta­bilise th­ese con­flict­ing en­er­gies.

Place dec­o­ra­tive art, paint­ings, fam­ily pho­to­graphs etc on the wall that runs along the stair­case. You can also add lush green plants along­side to help the chi cir­cu­late in the house.

Never leave the space below the stair­case empty. Make a closet if you can and fill it up in an or­gan­ised man­ner. How­ever, plac­ing a foun­tain, aquar­ium or a wa­ter fea­ture browns and sandy yel­lows in­stead. They will bring in har­mony into the house.

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Ide­ally, stair­cases should have solid stairs (com­plete with­out hol­low open­ings at the back) as the open­ings be­tween the stairs tend to dis­si­pate the vi­tal chi of the house

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