Feng Shui Tip

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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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 22nd – ‘National Nut Day’

On ‘National Nut Day’ I want to share an ages-old quick tip regarding negating hangovers. Many older traditions tell that if you eat five raw almonds before imbibing that not only will you not get drunk but you’ll save yourself from the vagaries of a hangover too. Sounds nuts, but it really does work.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for Oct. 22nd is 27: Nourishment

27: Nourishment


October 22nd, 2014
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Nourishment refers to more than a healthy diet. It is the care-giving function. Eating properly implies care for oneself; providing healthy meals in the home is a sign of caring for the family. The writer of a great book or composer of an inspiring piece of music also provides nourishment, by caring deeply about the quality of his or her work and offering it to the world.

We can know others by observing what they choose to nourish in their lives. Do they properly feed and develop their bodies? Do they cultivate their spirits, their intellects, their moral values? Do they nourish and care for those around them? If so, to whom do they devote their energies? The most successful people are temperate in eating and drinking, thinking and dreaming. They strengthen the world by nurturing everyone’s higher nature.

Pay heed to your thoughts and impulses, ignoring those that undermine a healthy and persevering attitude. A wise person is temperate in the consumption of food and drink, because to be otherwise only leads to discomfort; the fact that temporary pleasure may precede the discomfort does not influence the person of mature character. In the same way, be discriminating in your words and actions, lest a desire for temporary advantage lead you to cause pain for yourself or others. Enrich your character and you will naturally nourish everyone around you.

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Your Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 21 – ‘Pumpkin Cheesecake Day’

It’s ‘Pumpkin Cheesecake Day’ and I’d like to take a page out of the magical cookbook and examine the mysticism surrounding the gourd most associated with October, the pumpkin. Some say that early American legend maintained that leaving a half of a pumpkin open or exposed in any room, but especially the kitchen, would attract negative energies into your living space. Remember that fact as you carve that Halloween jack-o-lantern. Pumpkins are often symbols of the fruitfulness of the earth at this autumn time of year since their round orange bodies also represent the abundance of the Mother Goddess or Mother Earth. Pumpkin seeds, when roasted, dried and eaten, are believed to keep extra pounds away while adding the fruit of the pumpkin itself to delicious delights such as pumpkin bread or pumpkin pie is said to bring money and luck your way as well. That’s one all-purpose pumpkin, wouldn’t you say?

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 19th – ‘Evaluate Your Life Day’

‘Evaluate Your Life Day’ offers you the perfect opportunity to reflect upon whether the goals and dreams that you harbor are aligned with your head and heart. Some of us have a list of hope and wishes that was composed at a different time of our lives and they no longer align with who we are at this moment. That’s why it’s important to occasionally review this list and make sure that everything on it speaks to where we are at present. Today would be that day.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 16th – ‘Bosses Day’

It’s ‘Bosses Day’ and Feng Shui says that one of most proactive ways to get your boss to recognize and reward your efforts is to activate the energies of the ‘Fame’ area. This space is located in the back center or far back middle of your living or office space. It is related to the fire element (think heating up your career) so putting one, three or nine red candles in this space, and occasionally lighting them, will prompt your boss to see how deserving you are of big career advancement and financial rewards. Go ahead and light those candles and let the whole office know that you are hot, hot, hot!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 15th – ‘National Grouch Day’

Are you feeling a little grumpy today? That could be because it’s ‘National Grouch Day.’ But if you want to get out of that curmudgeonly mood, Feng Shui says that movement is the best way to do just that. Get up and hop up and down ten times in a row. This will shake that negative way of thinking right out of you while allowing you to return to your normal happy and healthy self.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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