There is a rhythm to life, a time for birth, a time for growth, a time for decline and a time for death. A part of the process of healing is to be one with nature.
Cycles are important: moon cycles are often used for planting, cutting hair, beginning new projects. Similarly, the cycles of the sun, of day or of night, being more active during the daylight hours when the energy is more yang, and winding down in the evening when the energy is
Spring is here. It is the time for growth, expansion and pure delight. Globally we are at a time when everyone seems to be cutting costs yet in the reality of life there is still the need for giving our spirits as well as our wardrobes the lift that silver provides. It is a stylish option that does not break the bank. Unlike costume jewellery, sterling silver lasts and can be enjoyed for a lifetime.
Feng Shui and Protection!
When using Feng Shui we work with both the tangible and intangible forces. This same principle applies when we seek protection; we seek it from the things we see, feel and taste and…from the ones we may only ‘sense’.
At the Foothills of the Himalayan Mountains; due to the location, depth and temperature, you will find the highest quality Salt Crystal formations. These are then used to fashion Salt Crystal Lamps.
Studies show that we receive 56% of our energy from the air we breathe. According to a research summary report at the Institute of Biophysical Research, in Germany, the evaporation from the surface of heated Salt Crystal Lamps creates a stream of ions which deliver a surplus stock of ‘
How to “design a feng shui nursery” is a good question.
Bringing a newborn into this world is considered to be one of the most important events in our lives. That very ‘yummy’ feeling when you hold your fragile, innocent baby in your arms for the first time or……even when you are simply feeding or holding him or her in your arms. That ‘yummy connected’
Thank you all so very much for your interest and questions – the response was outstanding. Some wonderful questions have been posed which will be answered in the next issue as an overwhelming number of queries were on ‘how to improve health’. Therefore this week we will look at the bedroom in relationship to health.
Is your relationship with your partner in trouble or, just generally not quite ‘working out’? Interestingly, it could simply be the location of your bedroom and the way your furniture is arranged.
Relationships are integral to the quality of our life and maintaining harmonious associations can be quite a challenge. However, the ancient art and science of Feng Shui can support and even enhance the quality of our more important relationships. In this special report Juliana Abram from the ‘Feng Shui Centre’ shares her insight into some favourable conditions for better relationships.
More and more people in the West are becoming interested in Feng Shui and how it may help them achieve greater health, wealth and happiness.
Most of us have a sense of place.
Almost everyone has at some time, entered a garden, building or room and felt something tangible yet inexplicable: a feeling of joy, happiness, peace, sadness, maybe even of malevolence. Whatever it was, we knew it was definitely associated with the place we were in.