Change is inevitable. The seasons change, the days change, our interests and styles change. Even after you have Feng Shui-ed a space, it may be time to reevaluate it. Does this space still support your intentions? Does this space still meet your needs? Yet, these questions will most likely be met with opposition. Change is hard.
True story. I had a guest bedroom. A very pretty, very unused guest bedroom. For years, my husband begged me to use the space for something more useful, but I would quip with something like: "I go in this room all the time", or "I love this room".
I also had a rather large inversion table, along with various home workout equipment, scattered around the house wherever it fit best. Each time I would use one of these items, I would scratch my head brainstorming, trying to determine where the best placement for these items would be.
Finally, one day while deliberating, I opened my eyes and had an honest moment with myself. I had my Feng Shui "a-ha" moment. Feng Shui principles advise that we use our space to the fullest - if you are paying property tax on your home, shouldn't you be using all of it! I had a room, albeit a guest room, but I had a room that was for the most part unused. Which meant, I had a room for my gym equipment.
What had been in front of me the whole time suddenly became clear, I just couldn't see it! I sold off my guest bedroom furniture, replaced a sofa for a sleeper (hello infrequent guest), and became the proud owner of a home gym!
The reason for my reluctance had everything to do with change. Sometimes are avoidance to change makes us blind to what is possible. Try to reassess your home, and your space with new Feng Shui eyes. Have an honest conversation with yourself, and see what you discover.