Feng Shui - Family Room Is this true for you: you have a 'family room,' but you never see them there. It is nice, as rooms go, but was painted beige, starkly furnished with, you guessed it, beige. The furniture doesn't encourage warmth. Lighting, or lack of, doesn't encourage reading or activity. The family isn't... Continue Reading →
Feng Shui - Dining Area The dining area is best placed to the East of the kitchen and should have two entrances to allow beneficial ch'i to flow. Comfort is important. Artwork should be nice, not a picture of a raging bull charging the matador. That just encourages arguments. Use candles for every family meal,... Continue Reading →
We'Moon Lunar News Waxing Half Moon in Libra the 30th Chiron goes retrograde in Pisces the 30th Moon moves through: Cancer / Leo / Virgo Libra wants to be fair. It’s time to weave relationship between healthy equals, to see another’s perspective and balance opposing needs. The Libra Moon encourages sweetness, beauty, gentle comfort and the... Continue Reading →
Feng Shui - Windows Do you have windows at opposite ends of the room? If you do, ch'i flows in, but symbolically whizzes right out. One attractive way to handle this is to use one of the windows for the view, choosing the one with the best one for the window. The second one might... Continue Reading →
Simple Feng Shui Want fast and simple Feng Shui? This is a quickie cure that only involves two things. First, open the windows. Let fresh air enter. That was easy! Second, move the furniture. You aren't decorating or relocating with this one, just move it. (A bonus would be to clean under it while you... Continue Reading →
Feng Shui - Front Entrance Although a front entrance is considered most important to the energy coming in, if you have access in the North use that door more often when you enter your home. The fortunate colors for this direction are black and blue. Not seeing either as a door color, how about a... Continue Reading →
While searching a specific topic to share for this Summer Solstice there was so much rich information it made it hard to decide. Instead, it seemed appropriate to give an overview of symbolism for this special time of year. We found the following information has been shared from Hearth and Home Witchery. Midsummer speaks to […]
Feng Shui - Spider Plant If you're into organic fruits and vegetables and earth-friendly cleaning materials, Feng Shui may be a natural fit for you. There are many cures to help minimize toxins in your environment. One of the strongest is the spider plant, which filters carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and xylene from the air, especially... Continue Reading →
This year, the summer solstice will take place on Wednesday, June 21, 2017.
Sol + stice derives from a combination of Latin words meaning “sun” + “to stand still.” As the days lengthen, the sun rises higher and higher until it seems to stand still in the sky.
The summer solstice is a time to celebrate the ending of the waxing year and the beginning of the waning year, in preparation for the harvest to come. Midsummer is when all may absorb the Sun’s warming rays and it is a celebration of fertility, not only for humans, but also for crops, animals and all beings.
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year and the first day of summer. While those in the Northern Hemisphere cover up with sunscreen, residents in the Southern Hemisphere will be wrapping up in their warm clothes in honor of the winter solstice…
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