There are many people who consider themselves lucky and just as many who don’t. Luck may seem like it only happens to certain people or those people born under a lucky star. Yet, others seem to have luck at their command. In the West, luck is often viewed as something you either have or don’t have, and the thinking is that if you don’t have luck, you’re not going to change that. But that’s not the Eastern view of luck. In Asia, and in particular, China, luck is viewed as a trinity.
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The southeast sector is one of feng shui’s most favored corners of the bagua. Called the wealth sector, this corner is related to money you save such as investments, and the money you grow. Money for these purposes is often linked to IRA’s, 401Ks, and other investments. This sector’s about the growth of prosperity and new ways to earn money. The southeast corner relates to money you want to save, invest, and grow for the future.
The front door plays a very special role in feng shui. Often described as the “mouth of chi,” the front door, is the entryway for energy, wealth, and opportunity into your home. Learn the key points, including the colors of prosperity, for your front door.
We are headed into our first full month of the Ox! It comes in with a dose of romanticism, hearts, and flowers. The education and romance star glides into the center heavenly heart sector, just in time to help lift our energy and add some optimism and lightness. All of this with the March 2021 feng shui flying star energies and horoscopes.
The northeast is the corner of education and wisdom. Enhancing this corner will help you make better decisions and improve your quality of thought. It’s also the personal growth corner.
Of the eight aspirations, the two most often asked about are money and love. These two areas of life have a major stake in our happiness, especially our relationships. You can buy almost anything, but you can’t buy love. Having love luck in your life and relationships is a type of fulfillment that can only be given from one person to another.
At the Lunar New Year, there is so much preparation around the house with the cleaning, repairing, and decluttering. But once the days wind down close to the Chinese or Lunar New Year, it’s time to concentrate on having fun, decorating your house to welcome the new year, and enjoying small simple rituals that augur good fortune and that celebrate the energy of the coming year. Let’s talk about ways you create wonderful good fortune energy in your home with some fun and easy decorations.
The Chinese, or more correctly, the Lunar New Year is the annual celebration that coincides with the first New Moon of the year. For many Chinese and Asians, 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.
The New Year is always a time of reprioritizing and refocusing on the coming year. The Lunar New Year, sometimes called “Chinese New Year,” is also a time of taking great care to prepare yourself and your house for the coming shift in energies we move from one year to another.
The start of the Lunar New Year has a long history of rituals and observations with making repairs and deep cleaning topping the list in preparation for the start of the Lunar New Year. A great emphasis is placed on cleaning as a way of preparing the home for the new energy coming in and for removing last year’s old, stagnant energy.
There are so many questions about what matters the most in feng shui, and they’re all understandable. It seems like there’s one rule and then another takes that rule away. So, when it comes to personal feng shui, annual and monthly feng shui, afflictions, and form feng shui, how do you manage the feng shui priorities?
Everyone wants to know at the beginning of the feng shui new year, will the year of the ox be a lucky year? It’s a fair question too.But let’s start in the current year where the reigning 7 star is doubled as it moves into 2021, and was a contributor to the pandemic we’re in currently. You could say that the 7’s energy was similar to tinnitus.