Feng Shui For November 2018

Feng Shui

From a Feng Shui standpoint, books are viewed as ‘alive’ because they embody the energy that went into writing and creating them.

Feng Shui – Good or Bad Feng Shui?

For Good Feng Shui:

  • Donate those books that you won't re-read or share. If a book was not inspirational or did not make you feel good, there's no reason to hang on to it.
  • Letting go of books lifts a tremendous weight from your life, especially if there’s little chance you’ll refer to them again.
  • Place special books in a special place, where they can serve as anchoring objects. Finance books from favourite authors may go in the wealth trigram of the Ba Gua, while self-improvement books may go in the knowledge and spirituality trigram.
  • Keep your home library, if possible, in the knowledge section of your home or apartment. Other good place may be the wealth area.

To Avoid Bad Feng Shui:

  • Books can also be regarded as embodying stale Chi if you’ve already read them or they’re out of date.
  • Books in the bedroom are not bad Feng Shui, as long as you do not have too many of them overflowing the space.
  • Don’t make a library in the first room you see when you enter your home. This can lead residents to be too withdrawn.

Coming to books in the bedroom, do you love all the books in your small bedroom library? Are these books about love, relaxation, healing, and sexuality - all proper energies for the bedroom? Or is it a general library with a collection of various books - from how to get out of debt to fat-losing diets? Feng Shui-wise, it is important to note the energy messages you receive from these books.

What is the ideal room for books?

The quick answer to this would be living rooms, libraries, offices, sitting rooms, and other similar places. These are yang-infused areas.

Keeping all these aspects in mind, let’s conclude by saying, it is really up to you to decide and create the quality of energy you want to have close to you.

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Reiki For November 2018

Reiki

Reiki Masters consider the Reiki symbols holy and persist in the old Reiki tradition that they must be kept secret, and must be available to only select few practitioners.

Traditional Reiki symbols and their meaning.

Today, this approach is no longer relevant as the symbols have been described in many books/blogs; and is freely available on the Internet. Reiki is not dependent on one’s intellectual capacity or spiritual development. The intention behind the practitioner is what gives the practice its strength and therefore must be cultivated. To help with this harmonious cultivation, five Reiki symbols were developed as teaching tools for students and are meant to be keys that open the door to a higher mind. What do they mean? Do they have real power? Read on to know more.

‘The Power Reiki Symbol’ or ‘Cho Ku Rei’
It is most often related to a light switch as its intention is to instantly boost your abilities. This generally means ‘place the power of the universe here.’

‘The Mental And Emotional Reiki Symbol’ or ‘Sei Hei Ki’
This is related to balance and brings together the brain and the body. It is generally translated to ‘God and man become one,’ as it releases deep-rooted emotional negativity from the body and into the universe.

‘The Connection Reiki Symbol’ or ‘Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen’
Also known as the “Distance Symbol,” this symbol means ‘No past, no present, no future’ and stands for timelessness. Its specialty is to extend powers and send Reiki energies over a long distance.

‘The Master Reiki Symbol’ or ‘Dai Ko Myo’
It represents Reiki as a whole and is believed to be the heart of Reiki. This is the most powerful symbol and can only be used by Reiki Masters as it combines the power of the first three symbols. It generally means ‘Great Enlightenment’ or ‘Bright Shining Light.’

‘The Completion Reiki Symbol’ or ‘Raku’
Also known as the ‘Fire Serpent,’ this is the final symbol learned by Usui Reiki Masters and is used solely during the final stage of the Reiki attunement process. Its intention is to ground and seal the newly awakened Reiki energies.

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Vaastu For November 2018

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The colours of our house are chosen to enhance its aesthetic beauty. What we don’t know is that the colours we choose for our walls unconsciously reflect our inner self and eventually affect our mood. According to Vaastu, the ancient science of architecture, colours plays an important role in bringing balance to our mind and body. The selection of colours stimulates the energy in the space and influences the people residing in the house.

In order to bring harmony in our life and Vaastu environment, it is important to understand the properties of these primary colours. These have been discussed below:

  1. Red
    is the colour of blood and has an obvious association with our life and body. The front façade of structures facing the south direction should be painted red; those who do not like red can add a red colour element to the front exterior.
  2. Yellow
    signifies illumination, light, intellect and higher mental activity. Yellow is good for studies, concentration and stabilizing the mind, and is best suited on the northern walls of a building.
  3. Blue
    represents the sky and water. It signifies emotions, inspiration, devotion and truth. Blue is also a healing and merciful colour, and helps reduce pain in the body. Try to use blue colours in the areas that are a bit large as it will be overdone if applied to a small space.


    Let’s take a look at few other colours.

    Green
    symbolizes nature, fertility, abundance, prosperity and the growth of positive energy. Green is a healing colour as well, and is good for heart and high blood pressure problems. The colour also has a cooling effect on individuals with an irritable, stubborn nature.

    Pink
    is an ideal colour for newlyweds, and should especially be used by couples wishing to conceive. People who are generally irritable or couples facing conflict in their relationship can also benefit by this colour. In fact, pink can be used anywhere in the house.

    Orange
    represents pride, ambition and communication. Young, aspiring people who are yet to achieve their goals in life should use orange shades on the southern wall of their bedroom.

Which Vaastu colour tip do you already follow for your house?

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