A common problem in Feng Shui is how to cure shars, Feng Shui “poison arrows.” Poison arrows are created when two walls meet at an angle of 90° or less creating a sharp corner. how to cure shars, Feng Shui poison arrows
Sharp corners are considered physically dangerous in Feng Shui because of the potential of getting hurt if you or someone else where to hit them. I know of people who have broken toes or split foreheads on these corners.
But that’s not the only problem with these types of corners. The CHI or Life Force that circulates along the walls meets at the corner and creates turbulence.
Turbulent chi created by shars is said to negatively affect the overall energy of the home. Most clients experience an increased sense of relaxation when they cover up sharp corners.
We know how chi travels because ancient Feng Shui masters study the movement of chi by making it visible with the use of incense.
The traditional cure for poison arrows is to place a tall plant in front of the sharp corner. The plant should have uplifted stems (not drooping) and soft rounded leaves. When it is impractical to add a plant because of lack of light lack of space, then there are other solutions:
- Ornamental corner covers, made of wood.
- Corner-round moulding that is designed to wrap around the sharp corner.
- Three (3) quarter-round pieces placed together.
- A string of beads hanging from the ceiling in front of the corner.
- Colorful decals.
- Symbolic cures.
Using Wooden Corner Covers, or Strings of Beads to Cure Shars
Using Decals, how to cure shars, Feng Shui poison arrowsarrows
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A Symbolic Solution, how to cure shars, Feng Shui poison arrows. (to be used only when no other cure is possible)
Child Safety Adhesive Foam Corners
Child safety adhesive foam edge protectors can be very helpful to deal with shars. They come in rolls that can be cut to the size needed. You can find them in various colors.