Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for Aug. 17th – ‘National Thriftshop Day’

On this ‘National Thriftshop Day’ it bears reminding that anything you purchase that has previously belonged to someone else carries with it what Feng Shui calls ‘predecessor energies.’ They can be positive or negative but you’ll want to err on the side of caution and cleanse the item first. Take some dried sage or sandalwood incense (both are great cleansing agents) and light them. Blow the fire out and surround your fabulous find with the smoke. Do this for a few minutes to make sure that your purchase is good as new. After all, everything old is new again, especially if you use this Feng Shui cure.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Aug. 16th – ‘World Honey Bee Day’

You’re going to be glad you read this tip today, because I’ve got all the buzz. It’s ‘World Honey Bee Day’ and I’d like to share an all-natural way to both control your weight and melt fat away. Simply put one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and two tablespoons of honey in a glass of unsweetened grapefruit juice. Always check with a qualified professional to be sure that the juice won’t interact with any other medications that you might be currently taking. Blend all ingredients well and drink a half an hour before each meal. I told you I had the skinny on weight loss!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui Tip for Aug. 8th – “Wealth”

Today is the eighth day of August, a date that’s most auspicious in Feng Shui. In fact, this philosophy considers the number eight to be a money or wealth number. That’s why Feng Shui masters will often recommend placing an infinity symbol (the number eight lying on its side) in the ‘Wealth’ area of your living space. That area is located at the back left-hand corner of the main floor or bedroom and can be activated to attract abundance when the power of the number eight is invoked.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Aug. 7th – ‘National Lighthouse Day’

On let’s take a look at some of the most important lights in your own house. Both the inside and outside front entryway lights, when turned on for at least three hours straight, are believed to attract fortune, luck and opportunity into your life. And then there is the main source of light in your bedroom. That bulb should be the highest wattage you can find and also turned on for at least three hours straight when you feel stuck and want to get your energies moving. Turn the good energies up with a simple flip of the switch and make your ‘lighthouse’ illuminate and attract good things to you.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Your I Ching Hexagram for August 7th is 30: Clinging Like Fire

30: Clinging Like Fire

August 7th, 2014
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Flames cling to their source of fuel in order to keep the fire burning. Likewise, in the human world, emotional attachment results from everything that radiates light or warmth is dependent upon something else. Through these dependencies we can see that all things are related, each thing to the other. Awareness of your own dependency on others is the key that unlocks the door to your true place in the world. No woman is an island.Fire is also a symbol of liberation — sending out crackling molecules that fly away from home. Paradoxically, by clinging to what is balanced and true, we gain inner freedom.

Given perseverance on your part, this hexagram indicates success. In spite of challenges, cling to what is luminous in yourself, in others, and in life itself, never forsaking your belief in what is right. When events seem foreboding, or people seem oppressive, remember the good that has been and is yet to be. Holding to this idea is to cling to the power of the light and love within you.

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Daily Feng Shui News for Aug. 6th – ‘Halitosis’

If you’re troubled by occasional halitosis, then this all-natural solution might be the breath of fresh air you’ve been waiting for. Simply dip two sprigs of parsley into white vinegar and chew for a few minutes. This is not only easy to swallow, but it really does make that bad breath go away.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Aug. 5th – ‘Work Like A Dog Day’

It’s ‘Work Like A Dog Day,’ but if you’re feeling like your job is a little too ruff without enough recognition and rewards, it may be time to take a look at your ‘Fame’ area. Located in the back center or middle of your main living space, the ‘Fame’ area is associated with the fire element and the color red. Therefore, Feng Shui 101 says that lighting nine red candles anywhere inside this space, even for just a minute, will bring your hard work to the attention of the right people while also attracting the accolades you so justly deserve.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Your I Ching Hexagram for Aug. 5th is 13: Fellowship

13: Fellowship

August 5th, 2014
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Fellowship. When communal bonds unite people, great success is possible. But such bonds can develop only when personal interests are subordinated to goals that serve the greater good of all. The broader the basis for action, the greater the benefits that can be achieved. And conversely, the greater the potential good, the more powerful the support behind it. A spirit of cooperation steadies the boat, but it helps to have a beautiful island to row towards.Learn to respect the strength in diversity, for a community’s true power lies not in its numbers, but in the diverse skills and resources of its members. Just as the stoutest walls are reinforced with many different materials, so the strongest groups allow differences to co-exist inside the whole.

With a unified group solidly behind you, even difficult enterprises can be attempted without great risk.

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