Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for April 18th – ‘Pet Owners Independence Day’

On ‘Pet Owners Independence Day,’ I’d like to share a secret that might give you relief from a dehydrated doggy while traveling. This advice suggests that you should actually begin this exercise a few days before leaving home. Put two to three drops of one hundred percent true peppermint essential oil into your dog’s water bowl — sorry, this one’s just for Fido, no felines allowed. And don’t forget to take the peppermint along. You can bring a touch of home along with you by putting a tiny bit of this oil in your dog’s water in order to soothe their stomachs and keep their sense of home intact.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 17 – ‘High Five Day’

On ‘High Five Day’ I’d like to share a powerful Feng Shui healing ritual that uses all five elements and their related colors to balance the Chi in your living space and to promote good health. First, you must clear your mind of all negative or unpleasant thoughts. Next you will acquire five objects — one black (water), one white (metal), one red (fire), one green (wood) and one yellow (earth). Place the yellow object in the center of your living area. Walk to the west of your space and place the white object there. Leave the black object in the north and place the green in the east. Finally, put the red object in the southern part of your space. By representing all of the Feng Shui elements you bring balance and harmony to all of your endeavors.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Apr. 15 – ‘Income Tax Pay Day,” & “That Sucks Day.”

It’s probably no coincidence that ‘Income Tax Pay Day’ falls on the same day as ‘That Sucks Day.’ In any case, if you feel that paying income tax sucks because there might not be enough money to do so, then try this Feng Shui tip to increase prosperity. Every morning for nine days straight draw a green dollar symbol on the palm of your left hand. If the symbol washes off during the day go ahead and draw it again. Wash it off at night and repeat the next day. Each time you spy this symbol on your palm, visualize more money and abundance coming to you. Feel grateful for this increase in your income and next year’s tax pay day might not sting quite so much.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 14th – ‘Ex Spouse Day’

For those who can relate to today’s ‘Ex Spouse Day’ energies, this tip’s for you. As soon as you start to feel any grieving or negative energies associated with your spouse, just stop what you’re doing (and thinking) and breathe. And be quiet. And be strong. And be the you who belongs to you. And now, I’ll offer just a few more words about conscious breathing. While you’re breathing all that bigness in, don’t forget to also recognize and invite your own big Spirit inside. You can do that simply by breathing in through the nose, all the way down into your belly and then exhaling through your mouth. Then take in another big breath, but this time move the breath into your heart. Breathe into that space and once there loudly exclaim the sound ‘Ha’ on the exhale. This will shake up and shake off negativity stuck to this same ‘ex’ agenda while allowing you to move more easily into the big life that belongs to you! Breathe deeply. Hit the heart hard. Then release and shout ‘Ha!’ This sounds like a perfect exercise to me.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 11th – ‘World Parkinson’s Disease Day’

My husband died from this disease, so I am humbled to share a holistic way I would use to calm him on ‘World Parkinson’s Disease Day.’ There were times when he would become confused or just plain forgetful because of the ravages of this disease and he would also get highly agitated. I would put ten drops each of lavender pure essential oil and chamomile pure essential oil into a bowl of steaming water and let the steam diffuse the calming oils around his room. It never failed that within a short time he would be cool, calm and collected again. These oils work for anyone who is agitated or irritated and will restore peace and balance to almost any situation.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 10th – ‘National Sibling Day’

I’m thinking of my two wonderful brothers and my sweet sister on this ‘National Sibling Day.’ According to Feng Shui, there is a place inside your living space that can be activated to awaken great energies to and for your siblings. Simply locate the center or middle of the left-hand wall of your living space, known in this tradition as the ‘Family/Friends/Ancestors’ area, and place three green, healthy plants there. Nurture those plants like you would your own loved ones and then watch as your relationship with your siblings grows to new and more loving heights.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 9 – ‘National Cherish An Antique Day’

You may want to follow today’s ‘National Cherish An Antique Day’ advice but be sure to follow mine as well. Feng Shui teaches that anything old that has had a prior owner also carries something called ‘predecessor’ energies, or the energy of the prior owners. Therefore, this philosophy strongly advises that you cleanse those energies before putting an antique into your home. You can use dried sage or even sandalwood or frankincense incense for this. Simply light the incense and let the smoke surround and infuse the antique in order to make its energy brand new again.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for April 8th – ‘Buddha Day’

On ‘Buddha Day’ let’s see what Feng Shui has to say about placing Buddha statues in your living space for big blessings and benefits. This tradition tells that holy objects such as Buddha statues should be positioned in a place of honor and respect. Paintings and statues of Buddha should never be used as decoration. According to Feng Shui, the best place to place a Buddha statue is facing the front door so that the holy vibes ascribed to this symbol will welcome any energies coming through that space.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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