Feng Shui tips for getting pregnant

Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese system, is focused on energy and its flow. In China, it is considered to have solutions for everything including infertility. Here are some Feng Shui tips that can help you get pregnant.

Meenakshi Chaudhary
Written by: Meenakshi ChaudharyPublished at: Dec 02, 2015

Fruit tree for fertility

Fruit tree for fertility
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Feng Shui considers fruit trees a symbol of fertility. If you believe in Feng Shui, plant a fruit tree somewhere in your house and look after it to enhance your chances of conceiving. As believed in Feng Shui, the more fruits your tree produces, the higher your chances of getting pregnant will be.

Check your front door

Check your front door
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Chi, the energy flows everywhere, affecting almost everything in your life including fertility. Make sure the main entrance of your house does not have anything such as a tree or a pole blocking the incoming energy from entering your house, thus taking a toll on your health as well as fertility. Remove the obstacles and enhance your chances of conceiving.

Set your bedroom

Set your bedroom
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Your bedroom is supposed to be all about romance when you are trying to conceive. Remove objects such as techy gadgets, photo frames of other family members or anything else that is not related to romance and relationships. It makes no sense in keeping a football inside your bedroom, just kick it out.

Fix the taps and fans

Fix the taps and fans
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According to Feng Shui, dripping or running water from taps may affect fertility as they can be heard from the bed. Dripping taps and ceiling fans represent loss of energy in Feng Shui. If you are planning to conceive, avoid using a ceiling fan as it can disrupt your and your partner's chi during the night.

Pomegranates

Pomegranates
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In Feng Shui, pomegranate is considered good for fertility as it is full of juicy seeds. It also symbolizes happiness in the family. Feng Shui consultants often advise new couples to display art with pomegranates to attract good luck and healthy children. Image Source: Getty

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