Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for Jan. 1st – ‘Happy New Year!’

Happy New Year! Remember not to use anything that cuts today (knives, scissors, etc.) so you don’t ‘cut’ your luck for the coming year. And don’t do any work or cleaning or you might find yourself spending the New Year doing the same. But my favorite New Year tip tells you to only speak of the life you want to live and the dreams that you want to come true for the entire day. Act ‘as if’ they are already here, if only for this one day. Then watch as they magically manifest for you during 2015! Like I said earlier, Happy New Year!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for December 30 – “Attracting Money for The New Year”

If you want to manifest more money during this coming year, today would be a good day to go to the bank. Feng Shui says that you should start the New Year by decluttering your wallet and then ‘stuffing’ it with twenty-seven one-dollar bills and 49 coins of any denomination. Leave that money in your wallet for at least nine consecutive days and begin the new year attracting more of the same.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 29th – “Cleaning Tips for the New Year”

If you want to get a start on having a happy New Year, you should use this day to clean your house. Clean from top to bottom if possible. But if you can only choose one location to sparkle and shine, clean the kitchen — the room of nurturing and abundance. Clean out the pantry and the refrigerator and throw away any old food. Also, don’t leave dirty dishes in the dishwasher or sink going into the New Year. Be sure to clean inside and behind the stove, but especially the top, as Feng Shui considers the burners to be money magnets. Lastly, hang three convex mirrors on the backsplash of the stove in order to attract health, happiness and prosperity in the coming year.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 28th – ‘Card Playing Day’

On ‘Card Playing Day’ skip the poker and Old Maid and try a secret card ritual that promises to bring you everything that Santa didn’t. Remove the ten of diamonds from a new deck of playing cards and place it on a dish. Add a piece of silver to the dish. Then carve your name and birth date into a red candle and place it atop the playing card. Burn the candle while visualizing the luck and blessings that you need. When the candle has burned out, place the card, the silver and the wax remnants of the candle in a small pouch and carry it with you or keep it in a secure place. This cure is truly aces up!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for December 27th – ‘National Fruitcake Day’

You may want to stay away from having a slice on ‘National Fruitcake Day,’ especially if you have sugar problems or if you’ve been overindulging during the holidays. Rather, if you want to lower blood sugar levels and boost insulin, you might want to add some of the following foods to your diet: black beans (or any legumes), as they’re high in fiber. Substitute bulgur or quinoa in place of white and starchy carbohydrates. Jerusalem artichokes also lower blood sugar. Finally, blueberry tea contains myrtillin, an ingredient that is known to reduce blood sugar levels. Forego the fruitcake and burn up the sugar for a very happy holiday season.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 26th – “Om” for the Holidays

Today, let’s all remember that there’s no place like ‘Om’ for the holidays. Once you’re done with the big post-holiday clean up, take a minute to give yourself a break and a boost. Let’s blow some hot air into that intention by using the power of your breath. Lie down and keep one hand over your heart and one over your abdomen. The hand that is over the belly should have the thumb over the navel with the other fingers resting slightly below it. The fingers of both hands should be spread open but should also be loose and flexible. Breathing in through the nose, take in a big bit of air and pull it down into your belly so that your abdominal area puffs up like a balloon. Slowly, exhaling back out through the nose, visualize your breath as a silver ball of light circling your body, first traveling down from your belly to your feet, then making it’s way up your spine, over the top of your head and then down and out your nose again. Practice this immediate stress reliever three times in succession. Once you’ve completed round three you have also successfully oxygenated your entire bloodstream while massaging and bringing a big boost of life-force energy, prana or Chi to all of your organs. Do this exercise when you need an energetic enhancement and you’ll be Om Sweet Om!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 24th – “Celtic Legend”

Celtic legend says that if you place holly, mistletoe and a tree inside the during this holiday season that you will also bring the essence of nature and the wilderness inside your home during the darkest month of the year. It refreshes the home’s energies and remind us of the continuing growth of the Earth.

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Daily Feng Shui News for Dec. 23rd – ‘Roots Day’

‘Roots Day’ is a perfectly apropos day to celebrate at this perfectly apropos time of year. It is a day to honor and remember our ancestors and loved ones who have passed on. Feng Shui says that one way of doing that is to put a picture of your loved one(s) in a wooden frame (wood equals roots/family tree) and place it in the ‘Family/Friend/Ancestors’ area of your living space, located in the middle or center of the left-hand of the living space. Whenever you want to send them love and light, burn a green candle (green equals roots) and send some love their way.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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