EPISODE 21: Prepare for Chinese New Year for Good Feng Shui All Year Long How to prepare for Chinese New Year with tips and suggestions for the days leading up to Chinese New Year. LISTEN TO MORE EPISODES READ MORE ON THIS TOPIC
Tired of take out or frozen dinners for one? Maybe you don’t know how to meet someone after a long relationship has ended. The good news is that the Chinese New Year is an auspicious time to begin the New Year with an eye toward the future – and that includes the future of your love life!
The Chinese New Year is the annual celebration that coincides with the first New Moon of the year. For the Chinese, this is a very auspicious time — a birthday, actually, of the New Year. This birthday, when observed correctly, is believed to usher in good luck and abundance all year long.
Chinese Zodiac Sign — TIGER The tiger is the third size of the Chinese zodiac Learn how to create more luck in your life by activating your Chinese Zodiac sign with feng shui. Here’s what you need to know about your zodiac sign: Birth Years 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022…
Chinese Zodiac Sign — HORSE The horse is the seventh sign of the Chinese zodiac Learn how to create more luck in your life by activating your Chinese Zodiac sign with feng shui. Here’s what you need to know about your zodiac sign: BIRTH YEARS: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026…
When you’re looking for love, too often the choices for finding a suitable partner or mate is online dating websites, bars and the connections of friends. But if you want to find a new love, all it takes is some good feng shui. Speech pathologist and feng shui devotee, Andrea Easley, of Houston, Texas decided she wanted to find a someone special and she turned to feng shui to help her find a new love interest.
One of the most fascinating ways to use feng shui is to use it personally based on your Chinese zodiac sign. Each person in a household has their own individual zodiac sign and based on this sign, you can see important distinctions about that person.
Wherever you go in Hong Kong — a city that loves business, money and prosperity — you see Chinese symbols of wealth and money. The ubiquitous symbol you see most often is the lucky Chinese coin. These coins are round with a square hole in the center. They represent both heaven (the circle) and earth (the square), and because of this, they’re deemed especially auspicious.
As the New Year approaches, you may find yourself thinking over the past year and you may be thinking about making New Year resolutions. Maybe you’re counting your blessings or thinking about what you could have done differently. If you’re like me, you might do a little of both. Whatever the case, it’s important to start the New Year off on a positive, hope-filled note.This can include everything from stocking the refrigerator to clearing out old junk from the closets. If you’ve missed the January 1st deadline, don’t worry: the Chinese New Year isn’t until a few weeks later…. so you’ve still got time!
Back To School Feng Shui-How Rearranging Your Child’s Room Can Create Greater Success This School Year
Every school year parents and students dutifully trudge through the malls in search of the perfect sneaker or the cool new outfit for the coming school year. However, it’s unlikely that the new shoe or shirt will benefit them as much as a new design in the bedroom. That’s because a bedroom makeover will create new interest and energy – what feng shui calls “chi” – in the bedroom that will benefit a child.