Feng Shui Driveways: Is Your Driveway Bringing You Good Fortune?

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Feng Shui Driveways: Is Your Driveway Bringing You Good Fortune?


In Feng Shui, several rounded driveway shapes are considered to attract good luck and positive chi. These shapes include:

- semi-circular
- circular
- circular with a center island of grass or flowers
- circular with a square center

Some straight or rectangular shapes may carry misfortune.

For instance:

- A driveway that narrows toward the road may limit career or business opportunities.
Cure: Place a lamppost at the foot of the driveway to illuminate the front door or the top of the house.

- Steep slope, narrowing toward the foot of the driveway can also limit opportunities.
Cure: Two brick posts that flank the driveway's entrance will re-circulate chi and increase opportunities.

- A driveway that slopes down toward the house can cause problems with money, relationships, health or your career.
Cure: Created terraces of pavement along the driveway to soften the flow of chi as it rushes toward the house or aim a spotlight at the top of the roof.

- A driveway or walkway that is narrower than the front door stifles chi.
Cure: Make the walkway or driveway wider than the front door, since a wide front door is good for prosperity.

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So a driveways apron should be wider than the rest of the driveway, correct?  
What about old junky driveway vs. new driveway? Also, is cement better than blacktop or is there no difference in the material that is used regarding the flow of chi?  
Thank you! Kris
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 9:06 AM by Kris
Great question, Kris. I would guess that the broken up pavement would be a little like having lots of clutter in your driveway. I do know that when we had ours repaved last year, it really had a great effect on my career and personal life "path."
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 9:22 AM by Sandra Gardner
The parasol is standing before the door: 
good or not?
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 10:00 AM by Riny
My driveway to my semi- attached house steeply slopes towards the house. My neightbor and I have a patch of grass between our dirveways. What problems can this cause and how can I solve it w/out major construction? 
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 10:04 AM by Dawn
The entry pathway to our apartment building is semi circular,going upwards with two sets of 4-steps each. The driveway is uniform and straight sloping down to the basement. 
How they effect our finances, 
and happiness. 
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 2:45 PM by Ahmed
There are 2 driveway's one is on the left hand side and one on the right of my apartment building, My apartment is on the left side of the building, I can see my car parked from my bed room and bath room windows. 
When you enter my drive way there is a small dip that is part of the side walk attached to driveway.  
The driveway slops downward were it's in line with the end of the building. There is a drain at the end of the slop in front of the big blue garbage bin. 
I was wondering how this might effect my income, since It comes in and leaves quickly. Should I start parking out on the street instead? My street also slops down toward the west. 
I always back my car into the drive way since there are small children that play in the driveway next to ours. I can always see what's coming in front of me
Posted @ Sunday, August 08, 2010 6:41 PM by Gretchen
I don't believe the driveway that you described is having an impact on your money or the ability holding on to it. What would need to be reviewed is the complex overall and then the entrance to your apartment and the apartment floor plan to determine what may be having the impact on this. These items can be reviewed in an email, phone or on-site consultation.
Posted @ Sunday, August 08, 2010 6:44 PM by ken@kenlauher.com
Thank you Ken!
Posted @ Sunday, August 08, 2010 6:59 PM by guitarsister@hotmail.com
We have shortlisted a prpoerty. Everthing seems to be fine except that it has a sewer line going in front of the property ie in the council area and a manhole (round bit ) in the centre of the driveway. 
Is it bad in any way. 
Should we go ahead with the property
Posted @ Sunday, September 19, 2010 11:03 PM by Monica Behal
Monica, From what you described without seeing pictures may not be enough not to purchase the property. However, on such a large investment, I always recommend you have a feng shui expert review it prior to purchase as it can tell you a lot about what you may be in for and if this will be a place that will nurture and support you or a place of difficulties and financial drains.
Posted @ Monday, September 20, 2010 10:31 PM by Ken Lauher
Could anyone give me advice on the best colour to paint large wooden plant containers at the entrance to my driveway. I would like to encourage happiness and money into my home. The containers are large wooden half barrels that have metal rings around them (like the old fashioned english beer barrels)but they are looking faded and sad after all the snow we had in the UK this winter. They each contain a medium sized evergreen conifer and white flowering annual plants. I am thinking of painting my garden gate the same colour. Any sugggestions? Thanks Kate
Posted @ Tuesday, July 12, 2011 5:41 AM by Kate
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