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Feng Shui – Butterfly

Feng Shui – Butterfly

Every human seeks happiness and tries to avoid sad or painful experiences. One of the most beautiful Feng Shui cures for happiness, love, and romance is the Butterfly. This symbol of the transformative power of love often makes people feel like they’re floating on air. This creature also symbolizes the freedom to choose your path. Placing images of Butterflies in the northeast area of love and marriage helps love take flight, while using them in the east boosts creativity. …

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Feng Shui – Yellow Snake

Feng Shui – Yellow Snake

Powerful and directed, the Yellow Snake is associated with the Earth Element and the center direction. This interesting animal traveling close to the ground also signifies receptivity to people and ideas and being sensible in any given situation. Placing an image of a Snake, or a Snake carving or sculpture in earth tones, in the center of your home helps keep your home stable and grounded. Since the Snake also symbolizes peace, having one around brings calm to your abode….

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Feng Shui – Rest

Feng Shui – Rest

Rest is one of the toughest things to get on a regular basis. You’re probably overscheduled and racing from one task to the next, but Feng Shui can help create a more restful home and more relaxed you. The southwest corner of your home is associated with the Earth Element and rest. Placing accents of blue and green here, as well as images that inspire calm and peace, will help facilitate meditation and other restful pursuits. …

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Feng Shui – Buddha

Feng Shui – Buddha

The Buddha is a symbol of calm abiding no matter where you live in the world. When you’re having trouble carving out time for yourself, doing yoga, relaxing, or even sitting in meditation, a statue of the Buddha can help. Adding one to the southwest corner helps you get in touch with inner knowledge, while placing a Buddha in the center of your home helps build unity among everyone there and connect you with larger universal energies. …

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Feng Shui – Flame of Illumination

Feng Shui – Flame of Illumination

Most people spend their whole lives looking for that special purpose that makes them feel part of the larger Universe. If you’re seeking illumination in this area of your life, focus on the northern area of your home. Adding accents of red here can provide the flame of illumination, while adding fire in the form of bright colors, candles, or incense can light the fire of purpose and clarify what’s right for you. …

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Feng Shui – Water

Feng Shui – Water

Although the water element is important in Feng Shui to keep energy flowing and healthy, water features like ponds, fountains, and bowls can really boost the energy in your space. They can generate energy if it’s lacking and accumulate chi so prosperity can grow. They’re often situated with lotus flowers, gold ingots, dragons, money frogs, and other symbols of prosperity. Place some crystals around yours to amplify the energy even more! …

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Feng Shui – Tarragon

Feng Shui – Tarragon

While you may think of tarragon as a spice you use when preparing a meal, it’s also a wonderful essential oil capable of many healing applications. It’s primarily used to stimulate the appetite and digestive system, but can also ease menstruation pain and improve the circulatory system. Placing a few drops on the skin to inhale or using a diffuser to send it into the air will have you feeling better in no time….

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