Feng Shui Tip

Daily Feng Shui News for November 5 – ‘Guy Fawkes Day’

Today’s ‘Guy Fawkes Day’ is named after the leader of a conspiracy to blow up the British Parliament way back in 1605. Unfortunately for Fawkes, he was found out and it was the plot that was blown to smithereens instead. His zeal and passion have endured however, as bonfires continue to burn on this night in the British Isles. Fawkes must have known his Feng Shui, since this philosophy says that using the fire element can make your name known and respected in the community at large. Guy might have his yearly bonfires, but you can heat up your own ‘Q’ factor simply by placing and lighting nine red candles in the ‘Fame’ area of your home or office. This Feng Shui 101 cure promises to create both recognition and reward for all of your efforts, even if the opposition is closing in to shut your efforts down!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for November 4th – “Election Day”

Today is Election Day, so I’m electing to celebrate my son’s birthday. One way I will do that is to carve an image of the sun into the side of a candle with a small, sharp object. Then I will light the candle, sending pink light from my heart to his and allowing the candle to burn all the way down. While the candle is burning I will continue to send the pink light of love from my heart to his so he feels as loved as he actually is. You can do this exercise for anyone you want to send energy, healing and love to at any time of any day. Happy birthday to my wonderful son!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for November 3rd – “Jellyfish”

It will probably be a while until you’re swimming in the ocean, but it’s never too late for a little jellyfish information for the next time you do. First, if a jellyfish stings you, try not to touch or scratch the sting site. This will only increase the sting. If possible, neutralize the site with salt water right away. Pour it over the affected area while trying to stay as still as possible. You can also carry shaving cream or shaving foam in your beach bag, as this has been known to temper the spread of jellyfish toxins. Use the edge of a credit card to scrape the tentacles from the skin and then take an OTC pain reliever like ibuprofen to dull the pain. One last tip: urine, meat tenderizer, alcohol and cold water will only inflame the area of the sting, so stick with the above advice and you should be fine.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 31 – “Happy Halloween!” Heard of the ‘Bowl-Burning?’

Happy Halloween! On this holiday, why not try an ages-old technique to rid yourself of negative energies while calling forth abundance and happiness? Called ‘Bowl-Burning,’ this exercise says that you should write down on a piece of paper any negative aspect of your life that you are ready to release. Write this facet on a piece of white paper with red pen. Then place the paper into a bowl (one that can hold heat and flame) and light it. Once the paper is burning, go ahead and ask your own Higher Power to bring you opportunities to reach your full potential so that old energies might be transmuted into something positively supportive. ‘Bowl Burning’ has been around almost as long as fire itself, and has a positively glowing testimonial track record almost as old to prove it. Costume your life with potential and possibility and allow all the other tricky stuff to go up in flames.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for October 30th – “Bats”

As we get closer to Halloween I want to share Feng Shui philosophy about bats. Although most often associated with witches and all things mystical here in the West, bats (especially red bats) have represented prosperity, abundance, happiness and longevity in the East for thousands of years. This association comes from the sound of their Chinese name, Pian Fu — the word Fu meaning happiness and good fortune. So if you want abundance in every area of your life, then represent five red bats flying in a circle somewhere in your house, as they are an exceptionally good omen that can bring immense good fortune and success for the entire household.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Psychic Tip for October 30th – Digging Deep

Psychic Tip of the Day

Thursday, October, 30 2014

DIGGING DEEP

Your ability to talk about the deeper issues is greatly enhanced. It is time to dive under the surface. Can you take such scrutiny?

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 29th – ‘World Psoriasis Day’

As I am a psoriasis sufferer myself, on ‘World Psoriasis Day’ I would like to share some all-natural remedies that have worked for me. And even though to date there is no known cure for this disease, there are certainly treatments that can ease the symptoms. Fish oil, vitamin D and milk thistle are all supplements that can quell and sometimes even stem this skin disease. Using a humidifier in the home can keep the air moist and prevent dry skin before it starts. My personal favorite, chocolate, has been said to be a ‘functional food’ that can help when used alongside these other treatments. Applying castor, coconut or even olive oil to the scales and patches can lock nutrients in, and using olive oil as moisturizer can even infiltrate scales. These are just a few ways to keep the itching and flaking of psoriasis to a minimum.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 28th – ‘Saint Jude’s Day’

When we were kids, anytime that my brothers, sister or I had any sort of troubling worry, our mother would tell us to say a prayer to Saint Jude and ask for his intercession and help. Mom promised that no matter how big our worries or concerns, Saint Jude would make everything okay again. He is, after all, the Patron Saint of Lost Causes and he has been known to help those who are in deep despair. Since today is ‘Saint Jude’s Day,’ I would like to take the opportunity to thank him from the bottom of my grateful heart for all of his help throughout the years. Go ahead and try it. Call on Saint Jude with your concerns and let him wash your worries away.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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