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Red Egg Rebirth Cure

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Good Luck, Intention, Perception | 0 comments

The Red Egg Rebirth is a beautiful way to welcome the energies of the season of glorious Spring. Buy a carton of eggs and smuggle it into your home without letting anyone else see them (once they leave the grocer). Boil one egg. In the palm of your hand, with your middle finger only, mix 1 teaspoon paprika with drops of dark rum equal to your age plus one. Over a paper napkin, roll the egg in the palm of your hand covering it with the mix. Bits will drop onto the napkin. Once covered,...

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Shifting Chi to Sell Your Home

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Good Luck, Helpful People & Travel Gua, Intention | 0 comments

The energy surrounding our homes is one of the most powerful ties that bind. Our home is where we celebrate, weep, find refuge, fight with loved ones, release energy (both positive and negative), offer the best of our self to others, and where we rest. It’s THE place we are our most basic selves. So no wonder that it’s sometimes hard to sell your home. It is the place that stores our most prized possessions, comforts us when we need our personal space, and houses all the things that...

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What’s Your Energy Attracting?

Posted by on Feb 15, 2016 in Cures, Intention, Perception | 0 comments

This week let’s focus on what you want in life and how to open the space to attract that same energy. After all, EVERYthing is energy. Our thoughts, words, actions, reactions, and daily tasks refrain the energy surrounding us. So what’s YOUR refrain? Is it reflecting the love and hope within your soul? If not, use this opportunity to ‘cure’ that reaction with feng shui. As we know, what’s closest to us has the most effect on us. And our thoughts are truly close to...

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Ancestor Love

Posted by on Jan 5, 2016 in Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Family & Daily Cash Gua, Wealth | 0 comments

Want more Feng Shui traditions, cures and intentions? Then use the energy of today, the fifth day of the New Year to visit parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other family. Feng Shui holds a lot of druthers with honoring your ancestors. How to make your visit mean more??? Take along a red flowering plant shared with the intention of invoking good health in the coming year. And remember to share the Prosperity, Wealth & Abundance by gifting coins, bills, bonds, and stocks – any...

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Tsao Chun and Anoia: Deities of Kitchen Love & Light

Posted by on Jan 4, 2016 in Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Feng Shui, Helpful People & Travel Gua, Intention | 0 comments

Spoiler alert: it’s kitchen deity day. Why today? In Feng Shui, it’s very auspicious to cook a special meal on the fourth day of the New Year (both in the gregorian and lunar calendars so remember this one for February 12th, too). This Feng Shui cure is association with one of the Five Deities of Fortune in Chinese folk lore. The kitchen god, Tsao Chun, was a man who’s task it was to watch over the family fortune from, you guessed it, the kitchen. And anyone who’s lost a gravy ladle,...

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Grandma Love

Posted by on Jan 3, 2016 in 5 Elements, Angel Chi, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i | 0 comments

Today is all about honoring my ancestors, specifically my Grandmother Mitchell, the only grandparent living after my birth. And she was Grandma to everyone. Full of love for every person, animal, and plant she encountered. She taught me to be empathetic, kind, delicate, and faithful. Today I will light a candle and burn it down to the wick while thinking happy thoughts of all the beauty my (middle) namesake, Leacy Mae, shared with me and my family and friends. The candle is to be placed beside...

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Winter Element of Water

Posted by on Jan 2, 2016 in 5 Elements, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Intention | 0 comments

This is a wonder-FILLED Feng Shui tip. Enjoy! Influence your opportunities this Winter Season with the Element of Water, the element of Winter in Feng Shui. Add them to your home, be mindful of their vibration in your life, and get them represented in your food choices. It’s all about having the space cleared to see and take action on opportunities that present themselves to you this year. Water is represented by undulating (wavy) shapes like draped garland, snow, a water fountain, and foods...

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Happy New Year 2016!!

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 in 5 Elements, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Intention | 0 comments

Happy New Year! Here’s a grand Feng Shui cure for a New Year’s Day feast (remember that shopping list I shared back on the 29th? Here’s why). Your New Year’s feast should include some very specific foods. Eat salmon to welcome long life and wisdom. Include cabbage to accept great fortune and riches. Have lots of mandarin oranges to snack on for good health and even better luck all year through. Make the food an easy buffet of all day snacking so that you can avoid spending the day...

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Happy New Year’s Eve!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Intention | 0 comments

Happy New Year’s Eve! Here’s to welcoming the best year ever with love and light! Burn seven candles during this evening to welcome unfolding, amazing, & unlimited amounts of fortune and luck to the upcoming 365 days. Also, wash your face at midnight with pure well water or rainwater while looking into a candlelit mirror to welcome the best of fame & fortune to stay with you all year long. Next on our list, be certain that the first words that anyone speaks to you in the brand new...

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New Year’s Tips: Round Things

Posted by on Dec 30, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures | 0 comments

More tips for the New Year? You got it! In Feng Shui, the tradition is to eat round shaped foods on New Year’s Day. Round is the shape associated with the Metal Element, the shape of coins, hence the shape of money being received. Round foods welcome the eternal flow of energy symbolized as one year ends and another begins. A Dutch custom recommends eating donuts on New Year’s Day to fill any money “holes” in your life (get it, donuts have holes – I crack me up). And I...

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