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Here are the top ten articles for the Feng Shui Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Fountains in Feng Shui
In Feng Shui, fountains are most often placed used near the front door to attract prosperity into the space. The size of the fountain is not critical, but it is important to make sure you place your fountain so the water is flowing into the interior of the space, rather than out of it.

2. Feng Shui Help for a T-Junction House
A T-junction house is often difficult to live in because it is located where two streets come together and one is pointed directly at the house. This article gives Feng Shui cures for houses located in this position.

3. Laundry Room Feng Shui
The laundry room may not be the first room you think about when making Feng Shui changes, but itís important to treat your laundry room with the same care you give to any other room in your home to attract wealth. Read about the 10 things you need to do in your laundry area.

4. What to Keep Out Of Your Home
Feng Shui is a design system for placing things in your home to improve your life, but sometimes in Feng Shui what you keep out is as important as what you invite in. This article include eight examples of things that are best kept out of your home to assure positive Feng Shui energy.

5. Feng Shui Bagua
The Feng Shui bagua is a fundamental tool of Feng Shui. It is a mapping chart used to determine which part of a home relates to a specific aspect of life, and helps you place furniture, objects, art, and color around you.

6. Poison Arrow Chi in Feng Shui
Poison arrow chi in Feng Shui is the negative energy that occurs when two walls or sharp edges come together and point out into a room, acting like an arrow aimed at a target. The chi around pointed edges can make the space uncomfortable or unhealthy. Read tips for fixing this condition.

7. Feng Shui Money Bags E-mail
The Feng Shui money bags e-mail chain letter that is going around is a hoax and you don't have to forward it to attract wealth. But you can create your own version of Feng Shui money bags symbol to help attract good luck, abundance, and wealth.

8. Pets in Feng Shui
Pets are considered positive energy in Feng Shui because they add activity to our homes, even when we are not there. But when pets dominate your life, the result can be an upset in the natural balance that is critical to good Feng Shui. This article gives Feng Shui tips for households with pets.

9. Feng Shui Office Makeover
Whether you work in a cubicle, a corner suite, or telecommute from home, conducting a simple Feng Shui office makeover can help you feel more secure.

10. Lucky Bamboo House Plant
The lucky bamboo plant brings lively chi energy into your home or office and asks little in return. It is easy to grow in water or soil. In Feng Shui, lucky bamboo is believed to bring good luck and good fortune when given as a gift. Read how to care for this desirable house plant.



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