In a previous blog, I discussed the importance of Feng Shui kitchen. In addition to being a symbol of the center of wealth and prosperity in your home, in its most fundamental usage, it nourishes and sustains life. So, how you cook and prepare foods for your family can make a big difference in your Feng Shui health.
• We get energy from the foods we eat. Food should be prepared in a harmonious and well-organized kitchen with a balanced flow of Chi, or Feng Shui energy
• This promotes energy that is high and healing
One Feng Shui recommendation is to use your stove or cook-top often. Your stove, and its burners, represents wealth. More burners are better than less. A stove with five burners represents extra wealth while only two burners would symbolize diminished wealth luck. If you have any broken burners, repair them as soon as possible since these can represent economic troubles. Using all the burners evenly is better than using one or two “favorite” burners. Gas stoves are better Feng Shui than electric stoves, but changing stoves for that reason alone is a not good Feng Shui as it waste money.