Posts Tagged With: Feng shui

Daily Feng Shui News for July 26th – ‘National Dance Day’

‘National Dance Day’ is a great time to get up and shake your groove thing. Feng Shui says that if you shake it in a specific place to some specific music, you might feel years younger afterwards. This modality shares that if you play music that you loved when you were younger in the ‘Children/Creativity’ area (middle or center of the right-hand wall in your living space) and dance to it with abandon, when you are done you will feel the age you were when you first heard it. Now, where is that old Carole King music I loved so much?

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 19th – ‘Celebration of the Horse Day’

Feng Shui says that you have every reason to participate in today’s ‘Celebration of the Horse Day,’ especially since this tradition holds the horse in such high esteem. According to this modality, the horse is a symbol of courage, speed and perseverance. Hang an image of horses in the ‘Fame’ area of the living room (center or middle of the back wall) in order to capture the fire element associated with the horse and to bring in fortune and luck. Placing any sort of horse in the ‘Fame’ area will energize networking luck and align you with invaluable contacts and alliances.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 18th – ‘National Caviar Day’

There’s nothing fishy about ‘National Caviar Day,’ unless you can’t afford to have a tin with your champers tonight. If that’s the case, you may want to use the following Feng Shui cure to increase your bottom line. Put a jade plant in the ‘Wealth’ area of your living space (far back left-hand corner), wrap three coins individually in red tissue paper and bury them in the dirt of the plant. Eastern traditions consider jade to be the most precious of gems and the plant is believed to attract abundance. Putting three coins in the soil is said to help you grow some quick cash too. Do this adjustment and splurging on fish eggs won’t fry you financially at all.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Feng Shui Daily Tip for July 17 – ‘Yellow Pig Day’

Today is ‘Yellow Pig Day,’ but whether yellow or not, Feng Shui says the pig is a most revered animal in the East. It signifies material comforts, home protection, abundance, wealth, fertility and success in all affairs. Positioning an image or small statue of a pig in the ‘Wealth’ area of the home (far back left hand corner) will attract and increase assets. That’s what I call bringing home the bacon.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 16th – “Lotus”

The flower most associated with July is one that many Eastern traditions hold sacred. The lotus is considered to be a symbol of enlightenment. According to Feng Shui, a lotus pond is an excellent feature to have in any garden and it’s also said to bring auspicious blessings, fortune and luck. The lotus also represents a heightened sense of peace and mind transformation. They encourage spiritual development and they also attract love in many forms.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 7th – ‘Global Forgiveness Day’

On ‘Global Forgiveness Day’ I am honored to share a Feng Shui forgiveness cure that never fails. If you have someone to forgive, or want someone to forgive you, then write their name on a piece of white paper with a green ink marker or pen. Fold the paper into quarters and place it at the bottom of a lidded receptacle. Pour enough honey over the paper to cover it and tightly close the lid. Every night for nine consecutive nights at approximately the same time, light a small white candle close to the receptacle and either ask for or offer forgiveness for or to the person whose name is written on the paper. This should take less than a few minutes. On the ninth and final night allow the candle to burn all the way down. Once it has sufficiently cooled, place all of the ingredients in a brown paper bag and dispose of it, including the candle remnants, somewhere outside of your living space. This tradition say that shortly after concluding this exercise you should hear from the person you were concentrating on and forgiveness will be forthcoming.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 4th – ‘Feng Shui & Firecrackers’

On a day that is associated with firecrackers, I thought I’d share what Feng Shui has to say about them. Eastern traditions set off firecrackers on the New Year to blast away bad luck and scare off negative entities. These traditions also says that hanging faux paper firecrackers over the front door in groups of five or nine will not only symbolize force, protection and power but will also promote fame and wealth in your life. When hung in an office, they represent achievement of your highest goals. When hung in a room harboring any sort of negative spiritual energy, they provide support and can keep you from harm. If you ask me, that pretty much also provides freedom from worry too, and isn’t freedom what today is all about? Happy Fourth of July!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for June 26th – ‘Forgiveness Day’

If you want to provide some peace between you and someone who you’ve scuffled with, then today’s ‘Forgiveness Day’ energies give you a perfect opportunity to do exactly that. One powerful Feng Shui way to forgive someone is to write their name on a piece of white paper with green ink. Fold the paper and put it inside any lidded receptacle that can be tightly sealed. Cover the paper with honey and seal the jar. Then, every night for nine consecutive nights and at approximately the same time, you will light a small white candle close to the jar and spend a minute or two sending healing and positive thoughts to the person whose name is inside of it. After the ninth night allow the candle to burn completely out. Once it cools put everything inside of a brown paper bag and dispose of it outside of your living space. Don’t be surprised if you hear from that same person somewhere inside of a few days. All will be well.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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