Feng Shui Tip: 8 Ways To Revitalize Your Bedroom Energy and Improve Your Love Life.

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If you’ve been enjoying Feng Shui with me for a while, you know how important it is to develop a greater sensitivity to the energy of our homes. If the energy has grown stale in your love life or marriage, you will first need to clear the negative energy to Balance and revitalize your space.

Here are 8 ways you can do this:

  1. Clear Negative Energy From Your Sleeping SpaceGive your mattress and pillow a sunbath! At least once a month light fragrant incense and walk around your bed clockwise to remove any lingering negativity.  It’s alright if you can’t walk completely around the bed due to the headboard is against the wall. Just walk around the bed and the room with incense. Open the windows if you are able, to let in the fresh yang energy of the outdoor air.
  2. Clear Clutter From Around Your BedNever place old clothes, books, personal items or memorabilia under your bed. If your bedside table starts piling up with books and other kinds of junk, spend some time each month to sort through and put things back where they belong. 
  3. Purify Your Bed SpaceUse saffron water to cleanse the space your bed occupies. Sprinkle the saffron water as you walk three times around the bed in a clockwise direction. Saffron is a very powerful substance for purifying space. Do this cleansing ritual at least once a month. If you are not familiar with saffron water, click here  more details, including a recipe. 
  4. Balancing Yin and YangWhen the air is especially dry or polluted, spray the air with water droplets to restore the balance. I also like to use a natural enzyme spray. The yin and yang balance of air in the home exerts tremendous energy on the prevailing mood of family members.
  5. Energize the Southwest with Yellow and or GoldIf you can, paint the SW wall of your bedroom yellow and have gold accessories. (Such as photo frames, curtains, pillows, candles, etc.) This part of your bedroom should not be cluttered. Keep this area free of unwanted junk and a least once a week spend a few minutes clearing away whatever has accumulated in your SW area of your bedroom.
  6. Balance Negativity By Visualizing Rays of LightStand outside your house and look at your house. Close your eyes and imagine the sun as a throbbing ball of powerful, nourishing white energy sending out rays of light from the sky, moving slowly and benevolently into your home and bedroom.
  7. Protect Your RelationshipNever have a body of water or fountain to the left of the bedroom door (when you are looking from the inside of the room facing out). Also don’t have two separate mattresses concealed under the sheets,  have a water fountain in your bedroom, huge pictures of water over your bed, or have mirrors or a TV reflecting your bed.
  8. Keep This OUT of Your Bedroom
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Stay connected… with your partner, not your phone.

We’re all so addicted to our devices today that it seems people cannot be without them for even a moment! We just have to stay connected. But it’s important to remember to keep them out of your bedroom. Computer screens act just like mirrors due to their reflective surfaces and may cause conflicting energies between you and your partner to develop. 

Don’t lose the ability to talk to your partner, kids, family and friends. Don’t let your work come between you and your family. Your bedroom should be much more of a YIN than yang place with quiet and calm energies that nurture a loving relationship. Stay connected with your family and your partner…not just your phone or laptop. 

~ Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman

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Harnessing Dragon Power

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Recently I was reading an article from science news around the world and they mentioned that “dragon blood” could possible help to save your life! Naturally my curiosity was aroused since dragons are something of magic and mystery and I love dragons! I have a strong dragon guide that helps me daily.

The report mentioned that the blood of the Komodo dragon, native to Indonesia, could actually be a lifesaver, and crucial to fighting infection. Scientists have used the blood to develop a compound that helps wounds to heal much faster as well as killing certain types of bacteria that are frequently found in infections. Since the Komodo dragon is an endangered species, scientists turned to a zoo animal and were able to get a few tablespoons of blood from his tail without any harm to the dragon. Be on the lookout sometime in the future for something called Dragon 1!

Komodo Dragon

But don’t go looking for the Komodo dragon alone for these dragons live in the wild and can grow to ten feet in length. Their bites are venomous and they have sharp serrated teeth in their bacterial laden mouths. In Spiritual Feng Shui we know the power of the mighty dragon and now the medical world has also discovered another one of it’s magical abilities!

In Spiritual Feng Shui, dragons bring success and prosperity. They are most potent when placed near water, like your water fountain, aquarium or swimming pool. How many dragons are recommended? You can use one, two, five, six or nine dragons as these are numbers that activate dragon magic.

Remember not to place your dragons near the fireplace, in your kitchen, inside your bedroom or directly on the floor. Also, don’t keep them imprisoned in a glass display case for they must be free to exert their power, be free and fly away!

Dragon Water Fountain

What’s Behind the Magic of Spiritual Feng Shui?

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One of the most exciting dimensions of Spiritual Feng Shui is its focus on the mysterious connections between mankind and the cosmic chi of the Universe. Spiritual Feng Shui is inner Feng Shui – a set of principles and practices that produce shifts in self-awareness that can improve the way we interact with the environment. The common thread that connects man and his environment is chi, the life force we describe as energy.

Spiritual Feng Shui embraces the whole mysterious world of “magic” that deals with the empowerment and opens one’s body and mind to shifts in the chi. This involves developing expertise in breathing and visualizations and meditations become part of this training. With years of practice, the reading of and awareness of energy becomes second nature. The mind manifests energy in ten thousand different ways. Spiritual Feng Shui tunes into chi to understand the workings of the Universe and their manifestations.

This understanding can be so accurate, so stunning in its veracity that sometimes we think of it as “magic”. This goes back to the shamanic heritage of many cultures. Our cultural traditions and legends that are filled with stories of celestial masters who seemed to have such amazing yogic powers…they could fly through the sky or be in several places at one time, appearing and disappearing at will.

In fact, every physical feat that goes beyond what we know as ordinary human endurance and imagination is attributed to empowered “chi”. Every bit of good fortune and every misfortune is related to auspicious or negative chi. Holy images, Goddesses and Buddhas personify the highest manifestations of chi and having their images in your home symbolizes the ultimate of all good chi. They also bring new and amazing insights into Spiritual Feng Shui and will enhance any home.

 

~ Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman

Holistic Healing to restore your Inner Balance, within you and your sacred space of home.

Activate the Water Energies, especially for this Year.

Our Sacred Moon and Water

We know that the old Feng Shui texts reveal that water has always been regarded and respected because of the influence it exerts on our money luck. It can bring you great prosperity or cause you to lose everything. However, this year there is a serious absence of water in the charts with only the Dragon bringing some hidden yin water later in the autumn months.

This means that right now you may be feeling more competitive pressures in your business and relationships giving even more reason to counter these effects with the presence of water in your home, business and you personally. Since in 2016 the element of water stands for power and authority and because it is lacking you may also be feeling ineffectiveness as an authority figure with others opposing your decisions and being more critical. Men who are in positions of authority may find it difficult to exercise their authority. Here are some things you can do that will help.

Activate the Indirect Spirit of Period of 8
The Southwest is the place of the Indirect Spirit and it is vital to place water here if wealth creation is what you want. I strongly recommend placing and activating all kinds of water enhancing features in the SW, which will bring reassuring financial stability for you and your entire household. Three vases filled with water are extremely powerful in countering the lack of water and it’s easy to display something like this within your interior design. If you have plants in the SW area, remember to keep them watered so that they do not exhaust the water energy. My office is in the SW area of our home. Those who have watched my videos, on my YouTube Channel, will see the plants behind me. The plants and fairies most certainly have my back. (Big smile)

Choose Blue This Year
All shades of blue from light to dark as well as black are favorable colors for the year. These water colors will bring relief, especially if you are experiencing lots of ongoing challenges.

Capturing the Wealth Chi
Water brings favorable chi into the home. If you already have a fish pond or chemical free swimming pool or something that represents accumulation or flow of water then so much the better! The exact location of where water is placed is as important as the direction of its flow. For example if you have a waterfall in your garden outside your home, ask yourself if the water can be seen from inside the house (through a door or window). This ensures there is an opening for the water chi to enter your house. If not, then some of your good water chi is lost. Always remember that in order to tap the auspicious luck of water there must be an opening that allows the chi to enter.

Today I added a water fountain to our north facing front garden. This lighthouse fountain also has a LED light that shines brightly in the night and on cloudy days. I also added white marble chips around the water fountain. I will also add more marble chips to the rest of the garden, on the right side.

Here is the BEFORE picture:

Front porch steps replaced and new risers added

This was last summer, so everything was in full bloom! The former light house (LED only) is in our back garden now.

 

Here are the AFTER pictures:

Water fountain in the front gardenNew Lighted Lighthouse Water fountain

A huge bush used to be right beside the porch. The bush was Blessed and Thanked for it’s life force before removal, making way for the new water fountain. Now I realized that we need to pressure wash the siding too. hahaha. There is always work to do with our homes and keeping that energy (chi) flowing without any blockages or challenges.

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Those who make an effort and enhance the presence of the water element around them and in their homes are sure to benefit significantly this year.

~ Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman

The Seven Pillars of Tao

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The origin of the cosmos
Is the eternal Mother;
To grasp the mother is to know the child;
To know the child is to hold fast to the mother.
Then life becomes secure.

The term “mother” in Taoism is the formless aspect of the Tao, which can be viewed as the cosmic spiritual dimension. The term “child” refers to the worldly form we take. Both mother and child make up the multitude of shifting forms, and understanding one implies a comprehension of the true nature of the other and vice versa.

To neglect the mother is to cling only to material things and become obsessively attached to superficial forms and appearances. Perception of life becomes very shallow and unsatisfying. It leads to a life that can be meaningless.

To neglect the child is to despise the material world and focus only on the intangibles. Again this leads to a life that in the end is also meaningless.

For life to have meaning, we need to understand and appreciate both the formless world of the Cosmos (the mother energy) as well as the material world that comprises material things, forms and great abundance (the child energy). All of this is summarized in the 7 PILLARS OF TAO and only appreciating these pillars of life and the origins of life can one control and steer one’s DESTINY towards a happy and meaningful life.

The 7 Pillars of Tao

  1. Concept of Non-Duality: Spiritual and material dimensions are one and the same. This is the first fundamental concept of the Tao. It is seamless, intangible and void so that everything that our senses perceive in the here and now are actually the same thing. This concept is similar to the Buddhist view of Emptiness, which states that form is void and void is form. To fully grasp the concept of non-duality, one needs to practice meditating on stillness and understanding this basic tenet of Taoism requires many hours of silent contemplation.
  2. Concept of Yin and Yang: Represents the polarity of forces: without one the other cannot exist. Taoism explains that the existence of all things is ONE manifesting two complimentary forms. Everything in the Cosmos comprises shifting forms that have life through the interaction of the polar forces of yin and yang. These forces or energies should be clearly recognized as two sides of the same coin, so that what is perceived at any single moment is merely one perception of the same thing. For example, yin and yang manifests as the sunless and sunny side of the same mountain.
  3. Concept of Continuing Change: Nothing stays permanently the same, ever. Not even for a second. This fundamental truth lies at the very core of existence. Yet this dynamic, this constant flurry of activity does not lead to chaos, so that the ever changing remains forever unchanged! This seems like a contradiction in terms, but understanding this, you would begin to understand the way of the TAO and complete understanding of the TAO requires a fully qualified spiritual Master.
  4. Concept of the 5 Elements: Everything in the Universe can be categorized as one of the five elements. Taoism looks towards the “scientific” rather than the “divine” to explain the cycle of changes that characterize the natural and cosmic environments. In Chinese these five forces are called wu xing and this has roughly been translated as the five elements. The five elements are describes as metal, which signifies strength, wood, which signifies growth, water which signifies flow, fire which signifies ambition and earth which signifies the nurturing of the matriarch. Everything in the Universe falls into one of these five categories. Effective feng shui practice, like Taoism, is dependent on a profound understanding of the five elements and how they interact.
  5. Concept of Three Treasures: The semen, the breath and the spirit make up the three treasures. A deeper practice of the TAO requires an appreciation of the three treasures of existence and each of these treasures is said to have a cosmic counterpart making a total of six interacting treasures. The creation, nourishment and interplay of the six treasures contain the key to unlocking awesome “magical” abilities inherent within mankind’s potential. This prepares the way to the final achievement of the source.
  6. Concept of Aiming at the Lesser Goal: Because the ultimate goal is so difficult (return to the SOURCE) you do it step-by-step. Many Taoists are therefore happy to aim at the lesser goal, which is to attain increasingly profound realizations or intuitive insights into the true nature of existence. These realizations are almost always accompanied by sensations of intense bliss. Realizations of the “truth” bring a deepening of wisdom and generate feelings of joy and peace with the world.
  7. Concept of Returning to the Source: The ultimate goal of Taoist practice takes us into the realm of life after death, back to the source, which can mean different things to different practitioners. One definition is the attainment of Immortality, which we can suppose to be some spiritual type being who lives in a spiritual realm. Legend of course describes the Paradise of the Queen of the West, a seemingly inaccessible part of Earth, which is described as a place where everything is available in abundance.

Another perhaps more profound definition of the source is that it is a goal so high it transcends all other goals conceived by man since what we call the beginning of time. Mere words cannot describe the indescribable state of returning back to the SOURCE of our true nature.

 

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Feng Shui Tip: Revitalizing Your Home’s Energy

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You should always make sure that your home stays alive with yang energy. Start by keeping it really clean, well maintained and free of clutter. Clean homes that are kept in top condition enjoy good Feng Shui.  Now this means everything in your house has to work. Things like the plumbing, electricity, doors and windows, etc. Light bulbs must never be left unchanged when they go out and it’s important to remove dead and wilting leaves or buds on your house plants.

If you upkeep your home, then you are actually replenishing yang energy. If you feel your house is getting “sleepy” then yin spirit formation is probably seeping in and it’s time to do something about it. You don’t have to deal with actual construction work like new floors, windows and doors, unless these are in need of dire repair. You can accomplish your energy replenishment by repainting, moving furniture, adding new, vibrant plants, cleaning closets, getting rid of unused items…things like this.

When you re-energize your home like this, it is very good for your health and for bringing new opportunities to all areas of your life and everyone that lives under the same roof as you.

And here’s one more tip today: Don’t be too obsessive or dogmatic about your approach to Feng Shui! How does the energy feel in your home? Do the best you can and always be aware of the “sleepy” energy seeping in!

~ Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman

Healthy Home, Healthy You

Here is my article that I read on my last show. If you missed my last show, here is the link:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/goldylocksproductions/2016/02/10/spiritual-insight Enjoy ~ Rev.Tiffany White Sage Woman

 

Healthy Home, Healthy You

Ever since I can remember, even as a young child, I enjoyed cleaning. It was important for me to have the room I was cleaning feel good. Every morning I would get up and make my bed and put my 30 plus stuffed animals on my bed. Each stuffed animal had a specific spot on the bed, and I could tell if anyone moved one. It was important to me to at least keep my room, my sacred space clean, physically and energetically.

It wasn’t until the 90’s where I read about feng shui and really resonated with it. This works hand in hand with healing the whole person…. Wholistic….mind, body and soul. Not just the whole person, but the whole being, including every being. Feng shui is all about living in harmony with Nature and the elements.

Currently I work from home and love it. I can take care of the hearth, the sacred hearth. I believe that someone in a household, whether it is a woman or man be in charge of or take the lead with the healing energies of the sacred space we call home. Even if you are single or a single parent, you can still achieve this. Our homes need to be cleansed and healthy as it is where our bodies reside. Who is the Healer in your home? Is there more than one Healer in your home?

We instinctively know when our space needs help. Spring is not the only season or time of de-cluttering, repainting, and cleaning, inside and out. I feel the urge to de-clutter and deep clean every three months. Notice how much better you feel afterwards, energetically. Physically, you may be tired from all the work. But doesn’t the air feel lighter? That is because you stirred up the chi or life force of the house by de-cluttering and cleaning. Any energy that was blocked or stuck can now move freely around the whole home.

My husband thinks that I am a control freak when it comes to cleaning. I prefer to do it to make sure it is done properly. Does sound controlling, doesn’t it? Actually, I am more of a command freak. When I clean, I command/send out healing, deep into the earth, high into the sky, and out in all directions. So, yes, I am careful and cautious in how the home is cleaned and who cleans it.

I couldn’t have housekeepers or outside cleaning agencies come into my home to clean. Sure, the house may be clean, but the energy will not be comfortable. Whatever mood the person or people are in when they clean…will energetically be left here…even when they are long gone. I have been in homes that are spotless, have fine furnishings and should be featured in Better Homes and Gardens. Yet the energy is either cold or uncomfortable and uninviting making you want to run out the door and leave.

 A healthy home helps the body to be healthy too. It is all part of healing. You can have a healthy person move into an unhealthy home and surrounding property and without cleansing of the house and land, eventually the healthy person will be sick too. This is also the case in work spaces. Especially if you are there at work, a lot.

 Listen to some of the comments made by those we sense that something is wrong or ‘off’… “I swear this house (or work space/building) is making me sick; My house may be haunted…that has to be the reason I am suddenly ill.”

 About 90% of the homes that claim to be haunted are simply responses to the energies that reside there. And due to the fact that everyone has Angels, Guides, Loved Ones and Nature that try to communicate with us….all of our homes then could be considered haunted. I prefer that we all are Blessed instead. Just as meditation is healing for our bodies, feng shui and space cleansing is healing for our dwellings, the land and even our community.

 We live in a society where there is so much blame going on. We all must take responsibility and ownership for our thoughts, our actions, our reactions and responses, and responsibility in our Healing. As we Heal within ourselves…we Heal without (outside of) ourselves. Since we are all connected…that means Healing on a global and Universal scale. Now that is one powerful Community Clean Up!

 

Below is the Energy Flow Cycle utilized in Feng Shui.

The Productive or Nourishing Cycle: WATER nurtures WOOD feeds FIRE makes EARTH creates METAL holds WATER.

The Exhaustive or Overcoming Cycle: WOOD consumes EARTH dams WATER extinguishes FIRE melts METAL cuts WOOD.

Note: Using the 4 directions and 5 elements… Earth is located in the center of the home/office. So, the flow would be North (Water), East (Wood), South (Fire), Center (Earth) and West (Metal)

Element Cycles of Feng Shui