Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Halleluiah or Bah Humbug?

Christmas can bring out the best (or the worst) in people
Feng Shui can help make it better!
This time of year, when the days are short and the nights are long, the sparkle and glow of holiday decorations play an important role in lifting our spirits.

But for some people, an over abundance of holiday d├ęcor may be too much of a good thing. The winter solstice marks the most ‘Yin’ or dark time of winter. By adding Christmas lights, a tree, and a ton of bright red and green decorations, we are intuitively trying to change the ambiance of our homes by adding ‘Yang’ or bright energy.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Booked on Feng Shui: Your books speak volumes

I subscribe to feng shui newsletters from many of North America's most well-respected feng shui experts.

I particularly enjoyed this post from author Carole Hyder  and share it with you with her kind permission. Enjoy!

Most everyone I know owns books. Some people have skads of them—so many, in fact, that they’re stored in boxes in the basement. There are some people who can’t let go of their college textbooks from 30 to 40 years ago. Others love their books so much they wouldn’t think of keeping them in boxes—so they’re stacked in various corners waiting for the right place to call home.