Posts Tagged With: Traditional Chinese characters

Daily Feng Shui Tip for August 2 – ‘Pear Blossom’

According to Feng Shui there are auspicious places and optimal times to align flower energies with our own in order to bring a bloom and some growth into our lives. In August the pear blossom acts as a bridge to heaven luck, and it is believed to have a language all its own. In fact, the language of flowers, also called floriography, was often used (especially during the Victorian era) as a means of communications that would allow individuals to express emotions and feelings that might have otherwise gone unspoken. The pear blossom is believed to bring lasting friendship and they’ve been referenced in Eastern poetry as a symbol of hope and longevity. The pear blossom is a flower of the pear tree, long a traditional Chinese symbol of long life and so it’s said that to partake of a pear with this intent in mind will keep you sharp and intact for years to come!

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Extreme Yang Spell

Extreme Yang Spell

In traditional Chinese belief, what we call demons may actually be a manifestation of excessive yin energy. This can be neutralized by applying the opposing force: extremely potent yang energy. The following serve as demon/yin repellants:

Firecrackers

Mirrors

The crowing of a rooster

Swords

Reading sacred texts and philosophy books is also believed to send malevolent spirits on their merry way because these create order, in which demons(which crave chaos) cannot thrive.

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