All Feng Shui Travel Tips

How can you preserve excellent feng shui while on the road away from home for extended periods?

It’s crucial to know that you affect the energy of the area as much as the energy of the area affects you. So, taking trouble of your inner feng shui is Vital especially while you do not have the security of your home to reassure you.

Good inner feng shui means being absolutely mindful of maintaining excellent personal energy levels at all times, watching your feelings and emotions and constantly choosing to stay on the cheerful and "feel good" side of things.

Some spaces you might discover yourself in might have very high energy, and some might have poor feng shui. If fortune is on your side, you will have to waste very little time in rooms, or homes with bad feng shui.

The number one level of excellent feng shui is personal cleanliness on the physical level. You know a clean area versus an area that looks clean but has all the unwanted items stuffed in closets, basements or under the beds and coffee tables. That rarely works, as you cannot fool Chi, or energy.

So, a physically clean area is the number one obvious choice. Having it clean and keeping it clean. If you come up with a decision to make between renting diverse spaces, look for purity and freshness as the absolute must, not for pretty decor.

After you have a more or less clean foundation, you can continuously create Excellent energy with a small "feng shui on-the-go" assortment of items. These would be items that will help cleanse the energy, as well as keep up first-rate energy around you.

•             Carrying one or two small crystals is always a sound idea while you are away from home. Clear quartz and rose quartz are exceptional choices. Black tourmaline for protection or kyanite for balancing work well. Do not forget to purify your crystals from time to time. You can incorporate the crystals subtly as chi laden jewelry/body feng shui, or by carrying small mixed crystals in your pockets.

•             Essential oils you like the most are forever an excellent "feng shui on-the-go" tool. Carrying lavender oil to refresh your energy during the day is a great way to travel. Lavender also has strong shielding properties. Explore numerous essential oils to see which scents strengthen your energy field the most.

•             Burning or smudging incense is a wonderful idea for any room, but you might not maintain the ability to do that while travelling. However, an air spray with a high-quality essential oils mix would work well to quickly pick up the energy of the room.

•             Stay safe by sussing out the energy around you and avoiding the bad areas. A place can look pretty but have treacherous energies or bad feng shui still. The only way to access this information is with your gut feelings  or intuition. Does it feel good or doesn't it? Do not let your mind interfere for the first few seconds and you will perceive things that might be hidden and not particularly obvious about the feng shui of any space.

•             Next, learn as much as you can about beneficial feng shui basics before going away and you will quickly know which spaces would be better for you: From the energy of spaces close to the water to the energy of houses on a cul-de-sac.

•             If you are traveling with your partner and worry about maintaining the strength of your loving relationship, it is continuously a beneficial idea to keep with you a small photo of your best fun and loving moments together. The photo can be part of your "feng shui on-the-go" package and help smooth your communication as needed.

Bon voyage - safe travels!