Be your on Feng Shui Madame/Mister. Feel comfortable in your skin in you home you livin’.
Love it. Share it with others. Invite people. Share energy. Rise Energy in place you live in few simple steps.
1. First of all, the most important thing for me is Music. Radio or TV with fine tune station. Jazz. Bounce. Exceptional Electro Punch. Oriental and Experimental hip hop, or Maybe just some Hindu Mantras for positive Energy. You can leave it on playlist, while she does the thing and cleans gloomy spots around. Once a week, mantra is enough, but if your soul craves for more, don’t hesitate.
But when your friends around, Funk them, as much as you can.
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.
2. Candels, Smoke, Sage, Incense usually known as Indian sticks..
Smoke symbolizes the transition of matter into spirit. Therefore, Smoke represents the ascension of the immortal soul as it leaves the mortal body. Smoke represents the release of the soul, and rise the energy in home.
I usually do it with Palo Santo, Sacred Wood Essence. I Light the stick of Palo Santo Wood and walk about the perimeter, giving special attention to the corners and the places behind doors.
Always have couple of Indian incenses at home ( Spiritual Wisdom, 7 Chakras etc) or Frankincense (Tamnjan) if you prefer that smell.
Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs.
3. Again and again, our best friends Crystals!
But beside them, today I will propose the Himalayan salt lamp. The unique combination of salt and a light source in salt lamps are what cause the negative ions. Salt is hygroscopic, meaning that it attracts water to its surface and this water evaporates quickly due to the small amount of heat from the light source (this is also why salt lamps tend to sweat and appear wet in humid climates). The negative ions are generated during the evaporation process.
4.Plants and Planting. Today i will give example of my new babies Cactuses. Maybe for Fen Shui they are not favorite ones, but still they have really strong protective symbolism. In fact, their Yin energy (water) that is accumulated inside their succulent body. We only need to place them on the perfect spot. If you want to look for a Feng Shui advise place them in the fame and reputation quadrant. The fame and reputation quadrant is the part of your home dedicated to what and who you are and what you want to bring to the outside world. In Feng Shui, the fame and reputation corner corresponds to the fire element.
5. Tea, Chai, Shai, Cha.. You you have one of those at home you can afford yourself a small Tea Ceremonie.
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha (抹茶), powdered green tea.
In China, long before tea became the beverage of choice and a way of life, it was considered a medicinal staple. Tea was not only a treatment for individual illnesses, but was also a general health tonic, said to promote long life and vitality. Even today, in traditional Chinese medicine, green teas and pu-erhs are prescribed for a variety of complaints, especially as modern research has come to support many of these claims.
Serve your friends a tea. Enjoy your little tea ceremony and raise your home energy.