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Feng Shui Dining Room

Dining table in this room should be so placed that people can move around it easily without having to move chairs or furniture. Chairs should not block the doorways too. An octagonal or Bagwa-shaped dining table is best, though, a round table also symbolizes stability. The Feng Shui cure for a rectangular or square dining table is to place an octagonal centerpiece or place mats on it. Three Star Gods overlooking the dining table are said to bless you with health, wealth and happiness. Dining chairs should be even in number and ideally, should have backs shaped like horseshoe. It is believed that a respected guest seated facing the door or sharing 'bread' with others, whether family or strangers builds good social relationships and strong community bonds.

This can take the form of potluck dinners, pancake breakfasts or company picnics too. Since, dining with family is becoming a rare event these days, from Feng Shui perspective, it is important to pay attention this sacred aspect and dining space. Avoid old, dark and heavy furniture in a small space in dining room because it will block chi and cause strain in family relationships and may even cause indigestion. Remove boxes and clutter to allow chi to move freely and preferably the dining table should occupy the center position of the room with equal space on all sides. Enough room for a person to get in and move out of the chair is desirable. Flow of chi should be gentle but not static and so, dining room with two doors that are not opposite to each other is preferred.

If you or your family members are suffering from eating disorders, a faceted crystal ball or chandelier over the center of the dining table can remedy the situation. A mirror in the drawing room that reflects something nice such as window view or artwork and especially the food on the table seems to double up the food and hence, wealth in your household. However, if your dining table is a mess, then the mirror will double it up along with your workload. If your family seems to linger on to past memories for meal conversations, clear away all the old objects, especially the old papers and photographs, from the room. If you so want to treasure some of the ancestral belongings, keep it in the family section rather than displaying them throughout the room.

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