A staircase with no landing depletes the upstairs

A staircase with no landing depletes the upstairs.

Chi (the life force) rushes down the stairs like a waterfall!

Chi rushing down a staircase is a problem of step 3 in the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System, which is to embrace vitality by making sure chi circulates adequately through the whole home. If it doesn’t, the people in the home will feel cranky and fatigued.

How do you stop this escape?

With a chi corrector placed on the wall at the bottom of the stairs.

I have curated a collection of images that are good for this purpose here.

Chi correctors work by keeping the attention in one place so it won’t escape to visit other places too quickly. Chi follows attention.

The Flower of Life is a Great Example

The flower of life is an example of a great chi corrector.

How to Use It

Simply place this enhancement on the wall at the bottom of the stairs:

You can get this Feng Shui cure in several formats and sizes here:


in the Feng Shui Dream Home Creation Lab I’m helping students correct their hallways to improve their connections with others, and in a few weeks I’ll help them make sure their staircases don’t deplete the energy of their homes so they aren’t fatigued. This includes my direct feedback on which the best chi correctors for their spaces are, during our weekly live critique sessions via zoon. Check out this fun group program here.

Click on the image below to see more chi correctors I have created for you.

Unless you are working with me or another Nine Steps to Feng Shui® Consultant, get one of the images below for the wall at the bottom of your staircase. (If you try to choose an image on your own you may end up messing up another aspect of Feng Shui.)

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