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Giving, Doing What’s Right, Gratitude

Posted by on Nov 15, 2015 in Energy Flow Ch’i, Feng Shui, Green, Intention, Perception | 0 comments

National Philanthropy Day falls on America Recycles Day – two days of doing things for no personal gain. And what a concept: doing good just because it’s the right thing to do. I can tell you I’m VERY grateful for that concept. In Feng Shui, you bring balance to your life by looking at your surroundings, your space, your perception, your internal gauges all in an assessment to keep what’s working for you and to let go of what is keeping you from living the life of your dreams. So...

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Native Americans Day

Posted by on Oct 12, 2015 in Angel Chi, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Good Luck, Green, Intention | 0 comments

Native Americans Day is honored the second Monday in October, this year on October 12 – and yes, Virginia, that IS Columbus Day – the day a certain Spaniard did not discover America in 1492. And no, I have no special feelings about THAT history lesson. And to dispel that grief, here’s a really beautiful way to welcome a Native American tradition of a Smudging Ceremony, or a cleansing for your home. You will need a sage bundle for this cure (you can also use incense sticks). And...

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Happy Fall Equinox

Posted by on Sep 23, 2015 in 5 Elements, Angel Chi, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i, Good Luck, Green | 0 comments

Happy Fall Equinox!!! Today is the Autumnal equinox, better known as the first day of Autumn or Fall. And what a brilliant time to Feng Shui. Time to clean your front door, windows, floors, walls, and ceilings to welcome in the chi of the season. (Spring cleaning isn’t just for the Spring.) And what is more powerful way to add some Feng Shui love (and light) than to energize the water you use to clean with sunshine! You’ll have to plan ahead and soak the water in sunshine at least 3 hours...

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