Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 19th – ‘Look for an Evergreen Day’

Today has some really great advice attached, as it’s ‘Look for an Evergreen Day.’ In certain cultures, having any sort of evergreen branch or wreath hanging over the front door promises to keep the space free from negative energies and things that go bump in the night — unless one of those things is Santa.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 17th – ‘Heed the time limit, five colors blind’

‘Heed the time limit, five colors blind’ is a traditional Chinese saying that means that too much of anything, no matter how good or pleasurable, can eventually have a numbing and exhausting effect. So the premise here is not to put decorations up too early and to use images of water and wintry scenes to cool the environment. This will create more harmony and balance — gifts we all want to receive at this holiday time of year.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for December 15th – “Birthstone of December”

The birthstone most associated with the month of December is turquoise. According to legend, this stone is considered one of happiness, and Aztec cultures called them ‘tears of goodness from the skies.’ It is also believed that turquoise absorbs and removes danger while also protecting one from falls. When worn on the body, turquoise is believed to strengthen the heart, eliminate nervousness and quell fears. If you know someone with a December birthday, turquoise would be a multi-faceted and magical gift.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 14th – “Monkey Day’

Yesterday’s energies were dedicated to what Feng Shui has to say about using a symbol of a horse in your home. So it makes sense that today would continue and combine that theme by celebrating ‘Monkey Day.’ This philosophy says that displaying a monkey on a horse in the ‘Fame’ area (back center or middle of the living space) can help you move more swiftly than your competitors. It also promises to bring extra income and prosperity, and an elevation in prominence and prestige. I wouldn’t monkey around with this cure. I happen to know that it really does work.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 12th – ‘National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day’

On ‘National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day,’ I can’t promise that your breath will stay sweet for that exact length of time but if you use some of these holistic remedies (and your breath isn’t caused by indigestion or gum disease), then you can be sure that getting up close and personal won’t push the other person away. Dip two sprigs of parsley in white vinegar and then chew, chew, chew. Or mix three drops of peppermint oil in a glass of warm water and swish it around the inside of your mouth before spitting it out. Do that again but this time gargle with it before spitting it out. Continue doing this until the glass is empty — even if you’re a half-full sort of person.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for December 11th – ‘International Mountain Day’

Today’s ‘International Mountain Day’ is the perfect time for me to share a Feng Shui cure for attracting ideas, strength, support and more. This modality says that having an image of a mountain behind you will bring you all the assistance and help that you need to win any battle. The promise is that those who use the mountain cure ‘wins,’ as this image is a strong antidote against legal issues, violence, and robbery. It can also attract security to an unstable career. I don’t know if you want to climb every mountain or ford every stream, but I do know that you want this image behind you and supporting you.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for December 10th – ‘Nobel Day’

Today’s ‘Nobel Day’ is the day that the Nobel Prize is delivered to the year’s winners. Those prizes are awarded in many categories, all recognizing someone’s stellar efforts and contributions to their field. If you feel you are due for some recognition and rewards, then activate the energies of your ‘Fame’ area. Divide the entire back wall of your living space into three sections. The center or middle section is what Feng Shui calls the ‘Fame and Recognition’ area, since it promises those same transcendent results when properly balanced and adjusted. First, clear any clutter that might be impeding the movement of healthy Chi or energies into that space. Next, place an image of a phoenix or a peacock there. According to Feng Shui, the peacock symbolizes dignity and beauty, supremacy and victory. When positioned in this place it is believed to bring new career opportunities and luck.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 9th – ‘Weary Willie Day’

There’s no better time than today’s ‘Weary Willie Day’ for a much-needed holiday pick-me-up. Whether you’re struggling to get to the gym or just experiencing a mid-afternoon slump, a quick bowl of oatmeal will replace much-needed vitamin B while also breaking down carbohydrates into body-fueling glucose. Dark chocolate is also a great energizing snack, as it has been proven to boost moods and lift spirits. Dehydration can also cause low energy levels, so increase your fluid intake if your feel your energy waning. Lastly, green tea is great for keeping fluids up and it can also help regulate blood sugar levels while preventing energy spikes and crashes. So don’t be a Weary Willie. Use these five tips to get your energy and your mood skyrocketing.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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