Feng Shui For December 2014

Feng Shui

We should incorporate everything we love into our lives, it's a basic rule for happiness and nearly all of us are aware of it. The irony, however, is that despite this being a widely known truth, we hardly ever stick to it and dismiss it as psychological jargon. Well, now we give you stronger reasons to follow the age old wisdom. The 4,000 year old Chinese practice of Feng Shui, which is also one of the most hailed practices around the world to enhance life, advices us to keep the things we love close to us and around us.

Feng Shui is full of simple practices that help in creating a more prosperous and healthy life for its practitioners. Intrinsically, all its practices are about creating a home which is nurturing and fulfilling for the occupants of a house. As the practice of Feng Shui believes that everything around us affects our energy, it suggests that we ensure the presence of positive energy around us by having things we love in our house.

There is also an interesting way to figure out the things we really need and want in our houses. For this, you need to carefully observe your response to the objects around you. Some objects might make you feel irritated or even depressed, whereas some will evoke positive and happy feelings. Now, you know what the objects are that you need to keep in your house and those that need to be discarded.

Make sure you surround yourself with objects you have loving associations with. This will help you feel revitalized because of all the positive energy that you receive from the objects you love.

 

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Reiki For December 2014

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Alternative wellness practices like Reiki have become very popular but despite their popularity, there is a bit of confusion about how exactly the process of Reiki works. People are still not very clear about the intricacies of Reiki as a healing process. So, we take this opportunity to dispel any confusions surrounding Reiki and give you a clear account of how it works.

Reiki is essentially the practice of helping balance one's mind, body and spirit and tapping into our inner resources. Reiki is used to treat many a problem but it's important to note that it does not involve the diagnosis of a specific health problem. Instead of focusing on particular problems, Reiki depends on the system of treating the whole body. Thus, the approach is to heal the entire being rather than any particular ailment.

Any typical Reiki session will look incredibly simple to beginners. The standard procedure is to have a massage table where the Reiki practitioner lightly touches the patient's head, continuing with the touch therapy down the body. The session normally around 60 minutes and is beneficial when practiced several times a week, especially when one is being treated for illness or stress. The beauty of Reiki as a wellness practice lies in the fact that you do not necessarily need a teacher and can also train yourself for self-practice or self-healing.

During this process of healing, the participants can also see a variety of colours which are believed to be related to one's chakras. The colours that one sees during therapy are be said to be the colours relating to our health and spiritual chakras, which help in understanding your inner self better. It is because of such benefits, that Reiki is fast emerging as a complementary practice for patients who can keep practicing along with their other treatments without any disruption. Hence, Reiki owes its popularity not only to the fact that it strengthens your body's inner healing powers but also because it does so without interfering with other bodily systems.

 

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We should incorporate everything we love into our lives and Feng Shui asks you to practice just that.

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Colours are known to strongly influence the human mind and body, and when combined with Vaastu Shastra, their benefits are manifold.

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Vaastu For December 2014

Vaastu

Colours form an intrinsic part of our world from the moment we are born, even when we cannot comprehend them. Their importance in our lives is manifold and so it is believed in Vaastu as well. All of us care deeply about the vibrations in our home, as we rightly should, but sometimes another place which is as important as your home remains neglected. Yes, we are talking about your office!

Mostly people do not care much for office décor, besides the usual superficial schemes, but it is of utmost importance that one applies certain principles of Vaastu in their workplace to ensure a prosperous and growing business. Now, we know it is not possible to change one's office premises or bring about structural changes easily in the office. So, we bring to you a few simple and doable Vaastu tips, which will help in bringing about the required positive changes at your workplace.

If the front portion of your office is facing the south, it should be painted red as it will help in enhancing energy and will power. Red is considered to be an invigorating colour and a workplace definitely needs members who are full of vitality, energy and want to do their work with passion.

Yellow is a colour that should be used in all north facing structures as this colour is known to be a cementing colour and is beneficial at tackling any behavioural problems, which may arise at a workplace. The colour yellow is also known to bring about prosperity and maintains a cheerful demeanour amongst the people inhabiting a yellow coloured space.

Colours are known to strongly influence the human mind and body and when combined with Vaastu Shastra, their benefits become manifold. The best part about it is that changing the colours of your office according to Vaastu rules is one of the easiest and least expensive methods to bring in some positivity and prosperity to your workplace.

 

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We should incorporate everything we love into our lives and Feng Shui asks you to practice just that.

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Reiki is essentially the practice of balancing the mind, body and spirit and aiding us to tap into our inner resources.

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