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Merry Christmas Eve!

Posted by on Dec 24, 2015 in Yin/Yang | 0 comments

Christmas Eve is today and welcomes the hustle and bustle of family close by, baking and cooking goodies in the kitchen, and the wrapping of gifts in the living room; at least that’s what’s it like in my house. Lights, candles, and (I wish) a roaring fire abound in my mind if not in reality. So what do all these holiday activities mean in terms of Feng Shui? They create warmth which is Yang (masculine) energy; the hustle and bustle, movement, and lights. Yeah, there’s a LOT of that...

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Green and Red Yin Energy

Posted by on Dec 20, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures, Yin/Yang | 0 comments

The days are getting shorter and shorter as the Winter Solstice comes closer. The 22nd will harken in the shortest day on the calendar and we’re all searching for ways to get more love and light. So let’s look to Feng Shui and the color scheme that denotes this festive time of the year: green and red. Green (Wood) represents springtime while red (Fire) represents summer. Both are good ways to welcome some balance into the most Yin time of the year. (Yin is the closing, retreating, dark,...

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Poinsettia Day

Posted by on Dec 12, 2015 in 5 Elements, Energy Flow Ch’i, Feng Shui, Yin/Yang | 0 comments

Today celebrates Poinsettia Day, a Fire Element item in Feng Shui. Why Fire and not Wood you ask? Although all plants are intrinsically Wood, Poinsettias embody Fire through their shape (pointy, triangular leaves), and color (red, rose, burgundy). It is the most expression of Yang energy (masculine), consuming in it’s passion, and the best way to make an inspired connection. So enjoy the season with the Fire Element. Love and Light!

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