Feng Shui Tip

Feng Shui Tip for April 16th – ‘National Stress Awareness Day’

As if we needed to reminded, today is ‘National Stress Awareness Day.’ When I become aware that my stress levels are rising I immediately stop and engage in an ages-old breathing exercise that brings relaxation and relief. Put the tip of your tongue against the back of your top teeth and breathe in four times through the nose while silently saying the word ‘So.’ Exhale one big breath through the nose while silently saying the word ‘Ham’ (pronounced as ‘Hum’). This is a mantra used in Kriya Yoga and can be interpreted as ‘I Am That.’ Because you and I both know that you are all that — and more!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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

Today’s energies herald this ‘Ex Spouse Day.’ But what if you don’t want your spouse to be your ex? Feng Shui says that if you are trying to reunite with a love in your life, and if it’s for the best for everyone involved, than the following cure could really help. Find a picture of the ex and another of you and affix each to the non-reflective side of size-appropriate mirrors. Put the mirrors so they face each other and tie them ninety-nine times around with a piece of red string or thread. Then tie two knots at the end. Leave this in the ‘Romance/Relationship’ area of your bedroom for twenty-seven days. On the last day either bury this piece or place it in a body of moving water. Maybe, just maybe, your ex will finally see that you truly are the fairest of them all!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui Tip for April 10th – ‘National Siblings Day’

Oh brother, what a great day to share an even better cure. Today is ‘National Siblings Day’ and if mother loves you best but your brothers and sisters don’t agree, than mother should try this next Feng Shui cure. This philosophy says that placing smooth and rounded clear quartz crystals under the bed of each child (placed at the left foot of the bed) will produce healthier and more harmonious relationships in the house. Hey kids, guess who mom likes best now?

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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

On ‘National Cherish An Antique Day’ I want to be sure that while you’re cherishing your goods that you also make sure to cleanse them. Feng Shui says that whenever you come into ownership of something that was once the property of another you inherit what’s known as ‘predecessor Chi.’ This means that good, bad or indifferent, you now own some of the energies of whoever once possessed your prize. If that’s the case, simply wave a lit sage stick or some smoking sandalwood incense all around the antique. Do so with the intention of clearing all the predecessor energies away and turning the stale, stuck and old into something new.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Feng Shui News for April 6th – ‘Drowsy Driver Awareness Day’

Now that my son is driving, I am even more on the lookout for tips and techniques designed to make driving safer. Which is why I’d like to share a pertinent tip on this ‘Drowsy Driver Awareness Day.’ One way to keep from getting drowsy while driving is to open the windows and let fresh air in. Recent research also shows that an immediate infusion of caffeine will stave off drowsiness long enough for the driver to find somewhere to rest. But this all-natural tip is I like best. Inhaling or sniffing pure peppermint essential oil will bring a boost to both awareness and alertness, but again, only until the driver does the responsible thing and finds a place to rest.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Feng Shui News for April 4th – ‘Walk Around Things Day’

‘Walk Around Things Day’ is the perfect time to share this next ‘secret’ Feng Shui tip. If you’re on the fence about a decision concerning employment, especially if you cannot decide between two different job offers, then you should literally go to both of the possible places of employment and walk around the outside of the buildings in a clockwise direction. According to this ancient philosophy, once you’ve walked the perimeter of both buildings you will absolutely know which of the two will be the best job for you.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Feng Shui News for March 29th – ‘Smoke and Mirrors Day’

Today is ‘Smoke and Mirrors Day’ and Feng Shui has a handy use for both. Cleansing your house with a sage stick will allow that smoke to take your intentions and your stale energies away. Simply light the wand and allow it to burn before blowing it out. Then, start at the front entryway and walk the perimeter of the main floor in a clockwise direction. Once you end up back at the front door, put the sage stick in a non-flammable container and place it in the center of your home until it burns out. Mirrors have long been considered the ‘aspirin’ of Feng Shui because of the many challenges and energies they address. One of my favorite cures is to hang a mirror in the ‘Helpful People’ area of your main floor. Reflect on people who can bring you assistance, health, happiness and prosperity while putting this adjustment in place and you can bring all that abundance to you.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Feng Shui News for March 27th – ‘Spring’

Spring, the season of fertility and growth, is here and it offers opportunities to bring rejuvenating aspirations into our own lives. On this day, draw a star on white paper in green ink. Color the whole star green and then outline the star in black. Place the star in any space where you will see it several times a day. Using sacred geometry in this symbolic way activates a psychological and physiological response each time you see this stellar sign. Green, long believed to be the color of healing, fertility and maturity and the star, a universal symbol of hope, now combine to help you grow your own garden of delights.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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