If you’re planning on taking a trip soon and want to increase your luck while traveling, then you may want to consider implementing some principles of feng shui into your home before you pack your bags. This blog post will give you some simple feng shui tips to help you maximize your luck while traveling, help you reduce travel stress and attract good luck and opportunities while on the road.
When you think of taking a vacation, you likely envision all of the exciting activities you'll do, the people you'll be with, the warm, sunny beaches you'll recline on, or the beautiful, snow capped mountains you'll ski down. However, if you’ve ever taken a trip anywhere, you know that the journey from your home to your destination and back can sometimes be stressful and tense. What you aren’t likely to envision are the long lineups and wait times, lost luggage and crowded tourist spots!
So, to maximize your travel luck and minimize the stress of your next vacation, give these feng shui tips a try. From selecting the right colors for your home to arranging symbols correctly, these tips should make your next vacation more enjoyable and less stressful! Keep in mind that travel doesn’t just have to be a vacation or a business trip either. Travel is any kind of travel… even your regular commute to the city or if you have an upcoming move. So, these tips can be used to enhance your overall travel luck, too.
The Travel Luck Area in Your Home
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese practice that is used to bring balance and harmony to a living space. It's based on the idea that everything in the universe is connected and has an energy associated with it. This includes the different areas of your home, which are all associated with different life goals. One of those areas is the northwest, which, in feng shui, is associated with travel luck. The northwest area of your home is also associated with helpful people, which is associated with being supported by gods, ancestors, and spiritual guides, and is also helpful in attracting mentors and benefactors into your life.
When you really think about it, helpful people and traveling go hand-in-hand. Whenever you travel, you come across a variety of people, including your Uber drivers, flight attendants, hotel staff, restaurant personnel, tour guides, and so much more. Have you ever had an experience with an unhelpful person while traveling? I certainly have!
Thankfully, helpful people can come from anywhere in the world, no matter what help you need in life. Enhancing the northwest corner of your home will not only help improve your travel luck but can also help you attract the helpful people you need to make your trip that much more enjoyable.
6 Feng Shui Tips to Boost Your Travel Luck