A delicate dance between Feng Shui and Scents

Ever wondered why your house layout is in a certain way or when you realise you aren't allowed to touch certain items? If you’re still lost, Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art of harmonizing energy flows within spaces. Practitioners of Feng Shui meticulously sculpt environments to encourage positive energy, or "Qi," to flow in freely. 

Scents, in Feng Shui, are believed to influence the flow of energy and subsequently impact our well-being. By strategically utilising scents, practitioners of Feng Shui can tap into these psychological and physiological responses to enhance the overall energy of a space. 

Here are some practical applications you can incorporate into your space to radiate good energy: 


Pleasant scents placed at entrances invite positive energy into your space. Invigorating scents like citrus or floral notes can uplift the energy at entryways which sets the tone for the rest of your space. 


Ah, the place where you seek sanctuary away from the world! Calming scents such as lavender or chamomile can facilitate relaxation and restful sleep, creating an environment conducive to rejuvenation.


To get your grind on, your focus and concentration have to be in check!  Scents like peppermint or eucalyptus, invigorate the mind and encourage mental clarity.

Living Rooms: 

You’ve gotta set the cozy vibes for when people come over to spill the tea or wholesome times! Warm and inviting scents like vanilla or cinnamon can foster a welcoming atmosphere in spaces where interactions occur. 

Personal desires: 

Hey now, you can’t forget about yourself! There are scents out there that can align and help with achieving your personal goals. If you are manifesting love or a boo-thang, rose or ylang-ylang is your fighter. To call in abundance, citrus, and ginger should be all up your olfactory system! (in a healthy amount) 

You get the gist of it - undoubtedly scents play a powerful role in Feng Shui, but it's essential to exercise it in moderation! Overwhelming or conflicting aromas can disrupt the energy flow rather than enhance it. Also, consider allergies or sensitivities that others might have when selecting scents.

In the realm of Feng Shui, scents emerge as a versatile tool for creating atmospheres that support harmony, positivity, and personal growth (all the good stuff!) So, the next time you arrange your furniture with precision and let natural light flood in, remember that the delicate dance of aromas can complete the symphony of Feng Shui, transforming your living spaces into havens of balance and positive well-being.