Feng Shui For September 2014

Feng Shui

We all like a little bit of greenery and beauty in our homes and possibly try to keep adding it in our homes, as plants are not only known to provide a soothing environment, but also have a special importance in Feng Shui. According to Feng Shui, plants not only affect us physically but also emotionally and we should place plants in our house with caution. If placed correctly, plants have the power to bring in happiness and prosperity into one's house.

If you are lucky enough to have a house with ample space available in the front or at the back, then you can create a small garden of your own. Some auspicious trees for a garden are the neem tree, mango tree, jack-fruit tree, banana tree and coconut tree. The interesting point to note here is that all the plants considered auspicious for a garden are also very useful in one's day-to-day life, thereby making them a very logical choice too! Feng Shui also believes in the practice of trying to eliminate indoor pollution, therefore plants with higher level of oxygen emission have been recommended for the garden.

When it comes to indoor plants, it is important to place them in the right direction so as to attract positive energy, prosperity, happiness, health and good luck to the house and its inhabitants. Feng Shui also believes that keeping plants indoor in the right direction can guard a house and its members against negative energies. It suggests having crawling, cascading and tree-like plants in the living room to minimize any imbalance in the house, whereas any plants with thorns are best not used to avoid any sort of conflict within a home.

So, with the help of Feng Shui, add some green colour to your home and begin attracting vibrant energies to your house for an instantly fresh and uplifting vibe.

 

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Reiki For September 2014

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There have been multiple instances when somebody walking into a room has made us feel a variety of emotions, ranging from positivity to fear, anxiety or a generally negative vibe. We usually dismiss such feelings easily but in reality, they are a manifestation of an individual's aura. Aura is something a person exudes naturally, which is descriptive of a person's health, personality and state of mind. It is quite natural that different people exude different aura colours, which signify different qualities. The meaning of aura colours are very interesting to note and the colour red offers a wide variety of subtleties in the meaning of the aura, depending upon the deepness of the shade.

In the red family, auras are of the colours orange red, red, deep red, murky red and pink. Orange red stands for confident and creative individuals, while clear red is for powerful, competitive, sensual and passionate people. A deep red coloured aura means that the person is very down to earth, has their head firmly placed on their shoulders, is practical, realistic and very determined. A murky red coloured aura, on the other hand, is symbolic of anger, frustration and an unforgiving nature. While a bright but light pink denotes a loving and compassionate individual, who is very sensitive and calm. A deeper shade of pink aura indicates an immature person.

In Reiki, the colour red is associated with the base chakra and is thought to provide power from the earth and provide one with energy on all levels. It is a known fact that anything that needs to be started needs the vitality of red, which is again also symbolic of survival. Red in Reiki also is symbolic of a heightened sense of awareness, strength of will and courage.

 

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Vaastu For September 2014

Vaastu

The general perception about Vaastu is such that people invariably associate it with the science of directions, but what is largely ignored is that Vaastu also takes in consideration the science of colours very seriously and considers it to be one of the most important components for harnessing positive energies. Vaastu recommends colours for your home based on the energies attracted from all the directions, which affects both our body and mind.

Vaastu Shastra believes in the fact that colours have a very important role in restoring the balance of our mind and body. This is achieved by coordinating the colours of the respective planets and elements of different directions of a house, as well as its owners. Based on this reflection, Vaastu recommends you always ensure that all the ceilings of your house are painted white, as white radiates peace along with bringing down the temperature of the room, while also creating positive vibes for the room's occupants.

According to Vaastu, yellow is the most appropriate colour to use in the room of children, because this colour facilitates mental faculties and is the colour of intellect. Vaastu experts also believe that yellow is the colour loved by the Goddess Lakshmi and thus attracts prosperity to one's house. Colour your prayer or meditation room a beautiful and vibrant shade of yellow, to please the Goddess of prosperity.

Vaastu experts also recommend using soothing colours like green, which is known to drive away anxiety and the colour blue, which is known to cure insomnia. But the one restraint you should always follow when going by Vaastu's rules is that bright colours should never be used while painting the walls of rooms facing the South, as well as windows and doors facing the west.

 

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