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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 like oysters, scallops, beef, beets, cheeses,...

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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 working. It’s a day to celebrate doing all the things...

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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 year are symbolic or representative of what you...

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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 must share the southern custom here in the States of...

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New Year’s Tips: Shopping List for the 31st

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures | 0 comments

The gregorian calendar is winding down so I thought I’d share some prep work for getting the chi of your home ready for 2016! And, yes, you’ll get loads more when we shift the lunar (Chinese) New Year in February. To get the New Year off to a perfect start, clean your home from top to bottom and in all the spaces in-between. You want to literally sweep, dust, clean, and shine away any stale or stuck chi energy hanging around from last year. Open the window to blow away that stale chi. This is especially powerful to do at the stoke of...

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Attracting What You Wish For

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures, Intention | 0 comments

Didn’t get what you were pining for at Christmastime? Then use the energy of this Feng Shui cure on Card Playing Day to energetically attract your heart’s desire. From a deck of playing cards, remove the ten of diamonds and place it on a dish. Add a piece of silver to the dish (think coins, jewelry). Next carve your name and birth date into a red candle (a short, fat votive is ideal). Now place the candle on top of the playing card (the silver can be to the side). Now, with the intention of welcoming your heart’s desire, light and burn...

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Twelve Days of Christmas Feng Shui

Posted by on Dec 27, 2015 in 5 Elements, Angel Chi, Cures, Energy Flow Ch’i | 0 comments

Let’s talk the Feng Shui of the Twelve Days of Christmas. I learned this year that the ’12 Days’ begins December 25th and runs through January 5th. Who knew it kicks off ON Christmas!! History also calls it ‘Christmastide’ and ‘Twelvetide’. The Twelfth Night of Christmas is always on the evening January 5th, which also marks the coming of the Epiphany on January 6th. Traditionally, the 12 Days celebrate a different feast or a saint. Welcome this beautiful tradition of honoring those who have helped humanity come closer to the...

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Birthday Feng Shui Tips for Wood Element Girls

Posted by on Dec 26, 2015 in 5 Elements, Cures, Wealth | 0 comments

My dear childhood friend’s birthday is today; happy birthday, Judy!!! I’ll share some Feng Shui love with you today. As an oldest daughter, you are the Element Wood, Prosperity, Humor, Warmth, and Growth. To heal the body, eat foods like barbecue sauce, beef, black eyed peas, sour cream, and little green lima beans (a blast from our past). And you thought I’d only list out the ‘good for you, not good to you’ foods. Wood Element people need lots of blood-building foods so go at the green, leafy bits, too. Sour tasting foods are like...

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Happy Full Moon Christmas

Posted by on Dec 25, 2015 in 5 Elements, Intention, Yin/Yang | 0 comments

Happy Christmas and welcome to the last full moon of the year. Today is a most blessed day. From the heavens we are being looking over as the planet Venus goes sextile to Jupiter (meaning they’re in the most positive, harmonious position). The Cold Moon is shining his most radiantly during the darkest segment of the year causing shadows to peek the imagination and lots of time to bundle up under the covers and snuggle. AND the arrival of the holiday that is the very meaning of family, love and light is upon us. Under winter’s cloak,...

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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 going around. So where’s the balancing Yin...

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