Feng Shui ~ partial impact?
When you first start out using Feng Shui & you are trying to arrange your home properly, clear out the clutter, get the right colors & accents, etc... does every little bit help, or does it have to be perfect?
Say your kitchen is in the "money" corner of your home & you have a dirty stove. Now the stove is "big business" in this case. If you clean it the best you can but it still has stains that you can't remove, are you expected to get a new one?
Or say you have a table that's filled with clutter & you clean 1/2, does it help, or does it NEED to be 100% clutter free?
Clutter refers to things that are obstructing the flow of Qi energy in the house.
It does not really refers to stains on the stove. If you are using gas stove then the direction of the inlet of the gas will need to face the Sheng Qi as it helps in terms of health.
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