Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for October 30th – “Bats”

As we get closer to Halloween I want to share Feng Shui philosophy about bats. Although most often associated with witches and all things mystical here in the West, bats (especially red bats) have represented prosperity, abundance, happiness and longevity in the East for thousands of years. This association comes from the sound of their Chinese name, Pian Fu — the word Fu meaning happiness and good fortune. So if you want abundance in every area of your life, then represent five red bats flying in a circle somewhere in your house, as they are an exceptionally good omen that can bring immense good fortune and success for the entire household.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Psychic Tip for October 30th – Digging Deep

Psychic Tip of the Day

Thursday, October, 30 2014

DIGGING DEEP

Your ability to talk about the deeper issues is greatly enhanced. It is time to dive under the surface. Can you take such scrutiny?

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 29th – ‘World Psoriasis Day’

As I am a psoriasis sufferer myself, on ‘World Psoriasis Day’ I would like to share some all-natural remedies that have worked for me. And even though to date there is no known cure for this disease, there are certainly treatments that can ease the symptoms. Fish oil, vitamin D and milk thistle are all supplements that can quell and sometimes even stem this skin disease. Using a humidifier in the home can keep the air moist and prevent dry skin before it starts. My personal favorite, chocolate, has been said to be a ‘functional food’ that can help when used alongside these other treatments. Applying castor, coconut or even olive oil to the scales and patches can lock nutrients in, and using olive oil as moisturizer can even infiltrate scales. These are just a few ways to keep the itching and flaking of psoriasis to a minimum.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 28th – ‘Saint Jude’s Day’

When we were kids, anytime that my brothers, sister or I had any sort of troubling worry, our mother would tell us to say a prayer to Saint Jude and ask for his intercession and help. Mom promised that no matter how big our worries or concerns, Saint Jude would make everything okay again. He is, after all, the Patron Saint of Lost Causes and he has been known to help those who are in deep despair. Since today is ‘Saint Jude’s Day,’ I would like to take the opportunity to thank him from the bottom of my grateful heart for all of his help throughout the years. Go ahead and try it. Call on Saint Jude with your concerns and let him wash your worries away.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 27th – ‘Lung Health Day’

Autumn can be a most beautiful time of year as long as you don’t suffer from allergies, asthma or other respiratory concerns. If autumn allergies are causing breathing problems, you might want to check out a specific herb, especially on this ‘Lung Health Day.’ Coltsfoot is considered an excellent herb for clearing out excess mucus from the lungs and bronchial tubes. It helps to soothe coughs and has proven useful for bronchitis and emphysema. You can combine it with an herb called horehound in order to boost your breathing while killing harmful bacteria. As with any new health protocol, it is always best to check with a qualified professional before beginning. But if you want to breathe easier this autumn, this tincture or tea could do the trick.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for October 25 – ‘National Forgiveness Day’

Sometimes we need to forgive someone else (or ourselves) and just can’t work up the courage to face them. In such cases, this next Feng Shui cure is the perfect solution and today’s ‘National Forgiveness Day’ is a perfect day to start. Write the name of the person who you want to forgive on a piece of white paper with green ink. Fold the paper and put it into any lidded receptacle, such as a mason jar. Cover the paper with honey and tightly shut the lid. Put a small white candle somewhere close by the jar and then, every day for nine consecutive days, light the candle and visualize yourself and the person whose name is on the paper coming together in solidarity and brotherhood. On the ninth day, let the candle burn down and once it has cooled take everything and put it all in a brown paper bag. Dispose of that anywhere outside of your house and then don’t be surprised if you hear from that particular person.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for October 24 – “Chrysanthemums”

Eastern traditions believe that the chrysanthemum holds mystical and magical powers that can bring you recognition and rewards, especially when placed in the ‘Fame’ area of your living space. Place a yellow chrysanthemum into that space anytime this month in order to increase your power and prestige, and possibly to get a promotion or raise in income too.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 23 – ‘Fame’

If you aspire to be one, then on today’s ‘TV Talk Show Host Day’ you are advised to put an image of your favorite host in the ‘Fame’ area of your living space (back middle or far back center of your main floor) and light nine red candles there occasionally as well. ‘Fame’ is a fire element area and now you can become the next hot talk show host.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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