We also asked Dana if Feng Shui can help those who just don’t know where to start when it comes to interior design. “You definitely don’t need to be an interior designer to use Feng Shui in your home, yet great Feng Shui tends to be fabulous interior design,” Dana says. “When you’re working with Feng Shui, you’re helping to optimize the flow of energy in a space. You’re mindful of how you want to feel in a space as you make choices to set up that space. You’re connecting to your own true nature and Nature itself– bringing lots of natural materials, plants and more positive life force to a home.”

Dana also told us that she finds the most important thing for people to keep in mind when decorating their homes is to “approach everything from a place of joy and creative power”. She went on to say that, “It’s not a mental reasoning exercise– it’s a feeling exercise. So, if you’re drawn to a hot pink, decide it will make its way into pillows, art or rugs. If you can’t stop thinking about a bold wall color, dive in an experiment with one wall.” Dana also recommends checking out DIY resources online, like Lone Fox, to see home makeovers explained in a simple way. “When you creatively participate in setting up your home– doing DIY projects, painting walls, customizing things– the empowering Feng Shui results are magnified.”

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