Tuesday, August 22, 2017

12 Tips to Transform with Feng Shui:

August 10, 2011 by  
Filed under Green Planet & Home

1) Your home is a reflection of who you are. Objectively look at the objects, artwork, colors, lighting and other symbols to see what they are saying and what vibe they are creating.  Remove objects that are not “you” anymore and place new things in your home that reflect your passions, beliefs, values and dreams.
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2) Keep your windows clean to reflect a clear outlook when viewing the outside world and keep mirrors clean so you see yourself clearly and not distorted.  Do not ever use cracked or warped mirrors, as they also distort your image.
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3) Plants and flowers represent health, growth, vitality and life force energy, place them throughout your house to revitalize, energize and circulate energy.  Plants also give oxygen.  Clear out dead plants and dried flowers.  Place plants in stagnant corners to promote more flow.
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4) Be aware of how your art and photographs effect you consciously or subconsciously.  Clear out old photos that do not serve you any longer.  Hang artwork and photos that inspire, uplift, rejuvenate, bring a sense of peace, humor, joy, laughter, spiritual connection or whatever you wish to “feel” at home.  If your refrigerator is full of photos, clear them off from time to time and update with new energy.
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5) De-Clutter regularly, especially under your bed, as this energy has life even if you can’t see it, and can effect your sleep patterns and dreams.
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6) Turn off wireless Internet at night (EMF’s) and remove as many electrical devices in the bedroom as possible including the TV in order to rejuvenate and heal during sleep, and keep your office work space separate from your bedroom (or at least use a divider so you can’t see your work projects from the bed)
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7) Music can quickly create a new vibe in your home.  Use music to help move stagnant energy or emotions, to create peace and calm, to uplift or motivate, to bring on romance, fun or playfulness or whatever mood you wish to activate.  Music moves!  Disco anyone?
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8)Water symbolizes prosperity, energy and flow.  Hang pictures of water (oceans, rivers, lakes, streams) or place a fountain, aquarium or flowers in water around your home, however, no fountains in the bedroom, unless it’s turned off while sleeping, as it can be too stimulating
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9) Clear your space after de-cluttering, after an argument or intense energy enters your space or when you move into a new space – even while staying in hotel rooms.  Clap your hands up and down each corner to disperse stagnant energy, burn sage in each room, open windows and doors to let fresh air in, light candles and visualize your home as a peaceful sanctuary and a blessing to all who enter it.
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10) Illuminate your space with a balance of colors.  Pay attention to which colors stimulate and energize like reds (passion) and oranges (confidence, optimism), which colors feel healing and calming like greens (growth, abundance, balance) or blues (inner peace, patience), which ones inspire – maybe shades of yellow or gold.  White can represent purity and grace – too much can feel sterile.  Black can represent mystery or stillness – too much can be depressing.  Purple can activate spiritual and psychic awareness.
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11) Use mirrors to make a small room look bigger, or to bring light to a dark space.  Be careful of what the mirror is doubling – make sure it’s reflecting beauty, and not clutter.
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12) Give thanks to all that you have, and keep the abundance flowing by continuously giving and receiving equally.
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