Gearing up for the Holidays with Feng Shui
Wait What?
The holidays? Already?

Yep... they will be here before we know it. Oh boy! To avoid some of the insanity and maximize goodness, we wanted to help you get ready with Feng Shui holiday tips and ideas to bring peace, joy, and miracles you deserve.
Let it Go, Let it Go, Let it Go

We don’t have to try very hard to find signs that the holidays are fast approaching. Stores are putting up their decorations, many radio stations are playing holiday music and people are already starting to make their holiday “to-do” lists. Read from Kristi Stangeland, the importance of balance and intention in the holidays.

Balance and intention, and letting go of some of those "things we should do," can create a happier holiday season.

Prepping Your Home for the Holidays

"My friends and clients always ask me what they can do to fill their homes with good energy for gathering and entertaining during the holidays."

From cleansing, engaging scent, decor, and Feng Shui element balance, find out more from New York based, Julie Schuster.

Feng Shui Holiday Tip
"Hang a bell on your front door to attract good energy and opportunities and gain clarity about your career. You can leave the bell there all year long if you like. Bells also help you (and others) make decisions."
Holiday Feng Shui: Keep the Vibes Positive this Season
Click the video above ( link) to hear from Robyn Stevens, to learn more about the intention in decorating and gift giving for your holiday season.
11 Ways to Feng Shui Your Holidays
A wonderfully inclusive holiday list not matter your holiday of choice...from Gwynne Warner, as featured on apersonalorganizer
1. Add Holiday Lights: During the Holy Days, the amplifying of physical light is a shining metaphor of welcoming spiritual light. You can light candles and fires; hang twinkling lights, and hang colored Swarovski crystal spheres or scatter them on your table’s centerpiece with candles.

2. Add Holiday Scents: A wonderful way to uplift your spirits is through scent. Especially uplifting are fresh orange and satsumas; displaying fresh pine boughs or burning evergreen scented aromatherapy candles, or burning frankincense resin on hot charcoal.

3. Add Holiday Décor: A living holiday tree embodies the Chinese Five Element of Wood and encourages growth and new beginnings. Place your Christmas Tree, Solstice Tree or Tree of Life in the corresponding Bagua area of your life you wish to enhance. Now add the colors in candles, decorations, ornaments and electric lights to amplify that energy.

4. Helpful People: Glittery, gold or silver candles and baubles; angels; gold or clear Swarovski crystals; or metal bells

5. Fortunate Blessings + Prosperity: Presents–the ones you’re giving and ones you received; chocolate Hanukkah gelt; purple-red, green and gold Swarovski crystals, lights and glass balls; 3 coins on red ribbon; goldfish ornaments.

6. Spirituality and Wisdom: The Three Wise Men; religious representations and figurines; blue Swarovski crystals; burning frankincense and myrrh incense

7. Fame + Reputation: Stars; menorahs; candles; red Swarovski crystals; red fairy lights

8. Health: Healthy green plants; bowls of fresh fruit; Wu lou ornaments

9. Children + Creativity: Dreidels; toys; or metal bells

10. Relationship: Pair of red, pink or white poinsettias or candles; sweet things; photos of you and your beloved one during happy times during the holidays

11. Family + Friends: Green garlands (no drooping ends, though!); Christmas or Solstice tree; green ornaments; or wooden nativity scenes
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