The Chinese New Year—the year of the Wood Horse--begins with the new Moon on January 31st at 12:20 a.m. MT.
Use the last few days of the Water Snake year, which was more yin and laid back, to review any intentions that you set on January 1st. If they’re still true for you, assess what’s happened so far and make sure that you’re clear about what you really want to create this year.
Expect the Horse to come galloping in and the pace to accelerate as the year progresses. It’s good to be clear at the onset about what you really...
The New Year can be a double celebration for many of us. The Western New Year just began and the Chinese celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Wood Horse on January 31st. (More about this in the next newsletter which I will send out later this month.)
Although the two energies are different, all beginnings, including a new season, your birthday, or the start of the school year, can invite a new beginning.
You can even choose a different focus for each cycle. For instance, between now and the Chinese New Year...
Now that we’ve moved deeper into winter darkness, it’s also time for our own natural rhythms to guide us inward. Ironically this is also the time when many folks feel compelled to increase their activities.
The last two articles: SNOOZE OR YOU LOSE, Feng Shui Your Way to Better Sleep--Parts One and Two focused on the bedroom—including bedroom décor and artwork, bed placement, the bed itself, EMFs, poison arrows, and mirrors.
Last month’s newsletter article, SNOOZE OR YOU LOSE: Feng Shui Your Way To Better Sleep - Part One, covered four bed placements, the bed itself, and the effects of high EMFs and geopathic stress. This month we’ll look at poison arrows, your bedroom décor, and mirrors.
Sleep experts advise us that even...
SNOOZE OR YOU LOSE: Feng Shui Your Way To Better Sleep - Part One
What do you lose, when you don’t get enough sleep? There are countless studies documenting effects that your body may suffer. To name a few: difficulty focusing, short-term memory loss, weight gain, hypertension, depression, and accelerated aging.
Correcting poor Feng Shui may not be the entire solution. However, many people have reported significant benefits from making a few changes in...
Since 9/11, there has been a shift in how people feel about their safety and security. The wildfires, floods, and weather events over the past couple of years seem to have opened these wounds even further—at least here in Colorado Springs. Even if you haven’t been faced with a big change or suffered a loss, you may experience a shift in how you feel about your personal wellbeing.
September naturally brings change and transition as we begin the shift from Summer into Fall. It can take many forms: the end of a relationship, the death...
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She began her Feng Shui studies in 1988 with Seann Xenja and Grand Master Lin Yun and continues to advance her skill and knowledge with continuing education in various aspects and styles of Feng Shui and other related disciplines, such as bau-biology and creating healthy indoor environments.