A question often asked in Feng Shui is this, if you use another door more often than the front door – is that your main door?
Knowing which door is your main door is important because we align the bagua map with the wall that holds the main entrance.
Some consultants and teachers teach that if you use another door more often than the front door, for example the garage door or the kitchen door, then that is your main door. They teach that you should align the bagua map with that door instead of your front door. But, is this true?
Watch the video to find out.
It is not true that if you use another door more often than your front door then that becomes your main door.
Your front door is always your main door, with only one exception to this rule: if you never – ever – use your front door.
However, if you use another door more often than the front door, then you have two foyers: a main foyer and a secondary foyer.
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