Your home is your safe place. Your home is also a reflection of you.
Does your home represent these things to you? Do you feel protected and safe in your home?
Windows and doors are the mouth of "chi" to enter your home. Windows can also be a wonderful natural source of light, which can be very uplifting. However, when evening comes, those once bright uplifting windows can feel dark and menacing. Close the blinds and / or curtains to feel protected and safe.
Doors with windows can be very beautiful, but again, they can also lead you to feel over-exposed. Same solution, blinds or curtains can offer protection and privacy.
If you don't feel safe and protected in your home, you may feel vulnerable and anxious outside of your home.
Bedroom placement is another key area when it comes to feeling safe in your home. If your bedroom is near the front of your house, close to the front door, you may feel watched or exposed. An ideal bedroom placement is at the back of the home. If you are unable to move your bedroom, consider adding heavy drapes to block out the outside world.
Seat placement is important with overall security. You do not want to sit with your back to the entrance of a room. Try to arrange your furniture so that you can see the entrance, and thus avoid being startled from behind. If you are unable to do so, mirrors and reflected items can be placed to give you a view from behind.
Try to look around your space, see if you feel safe and protected, or anxious and on-edge. Simple Feng Shui solutions can help create a secure environment for you to prosper.