In the 5-element cycle (see chart below), wood destroys earth. Since a loving relationship benefits from earth energy, please remove plants (wood energy) from your bedroom. Even if they are pretty, plants do little to enhance romance and can even cause problems in your relationship.
Don’t place any cacti or plants with sharp thorns on your window sills. These create secret poison arrows that can cause resentment and dissatisfaction in the relationship.
It’s that magical time of year! It’s not hard to get into the Christmas spirit as we stroll in our neighborhood, shopping malls and Christmas markets, all transformed with decorations and thousands of twinkling white and colored lights!
Such lighting and all the decorations create a feeling of instant happiness and seem to uplift your spirit even if you are feeling down. At night, it is even more powerful as the lights create the cosmic balance of opposing yin and yang forces … opposing yet complimentary forces of light against the darkness of night unlocking plenty of good fortune energy.
Now here’s something you might not have thought about. It’s the “twinkling” aspect of each little light being turned off and on that has significance. Newer light energy gets created with each twinkle, just consider the power that is unleashed with millions and millions of these lights. The multiplication effect of yang energy is incredibly powerful!
This is one reason why lights like this make an auspicious and powerful offering to the Divine Universe: Buddhists, Hindus and Christians alike all use light, be it with candles or electric lights on their altars representing light offering to their gods or deities. And the brighter the lights offered, the greater it benefits the positive transformation of the minds of the devotees making the light offerings.
Now if you have a retail shop or a restaurant, twinkling lights are considered excellent feng shui enhancing agents. Restaurants and nightclubs draw in more customers and experience increased business when they are festively adorned, which is why many businesses keep white light up all year long! Yes, the lights themselves have the power to pull in plenty of new customers because they create a sense of happiness and goodwill which is very good for any business.
I personally keep white lights up all year long and add colored light with each holiday. We have switched over from the traditional incandescent lights to LEDs. The LED lights do not get hot nor take up a lot of energy as the incandescent lights. I feel much safer with them light all day and through most of the night as well.
If you experience ‘seasonal depression’ after all the Christmas or HolyDays decorations and lights are packed away… maybe consider leaving some white lights out. Especially to get through the ‘darkness and coldness’ of winter.
In this season of celebration and festivity and in the upcoming lunar New Year, it is a most auspicious time to decorate with plenty of new twinkling lights in your home, office or business. Add these sparkling wonders to your altars as well and they can remain here all year long! Have fun and make your home come alive, imbued with the powerful yang energy unleashed by the “twinkling” aspects of the lights. It also helps to create fresh new chi (energy) for the coming year!
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!
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!
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
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