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
The traditional Chongyang Festival falls on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. This is why it is also known as the Double Ninth Festival. This date, in the Gregorian calendar is represented in October.
This festival is based on the theory of Yin and Yang, the two opposing principles in nature. Yin is feminine, negative principle, while Yang is masculine and positive in its essence. The ancients believed that all natural phenomena could be explained by this theory and so numbers are
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.
Spring has sprung and with it comes a renewed interest in the condition and appearance of our garden. It is the perfect day to concentrate on our garden - an area which is integral to creating ‘sense of place’.
Over the years I have found a great deal of interest in how Feng Shui can be applied to the garden, symbolically as well as with various plants. Hence, I thought some of you would be interested in how to work with the garden using Feng Shui.
Fathers Day – It’s Almost Here!
We all know the value of Dad!!
So lets enjoy those precious moments in this special day.
Australia is one of the few countries in the world that has an official day on which Fathers are honored by their children. On this day, those that love him are encouraged to fuss over him, spoil and pamper him.
For the duration of the Olympics, The Feng Shui Shop is using the Four Pillars of Destiny to predict athletes performances in chosen events.
Certain athletes have been selected and by using their birth data, (which is then transposed into the Chinese astrological system known as the Four Pillars of Destiny or BaZi), in conjuction with the elemental forces of the day, Juliana Abram uses her expertise in the subject to provide an informative and interesting commentary. This page will be updated daily.
For the duration of the Olympics, The Feng Shui Shop is using the Four Pillars of Destiny to predict athletes performances in chosen events. Certain athletes have been selected and by using their birth data, (which is then transposed into the Chinese astrological system known as the Four Pillars of Destiny of Bazi), in conjuction with the elemental forces of the day, Juliana Abram uses her expertise in the subject to provide an informative and interesting commentary. This page will be updated daily.
It's easy to see how incredibly important the number 8 is to the Chinese - they've chosen 08 / 08 / 2008 at 8.08pm as the date for the beginning of the 2008 Olympic Games.
The number Eight is similar to the Mandarin and Cantonese terms for prosperity. Therefore, eight is regarded as a highly auspicious number by the Chinese embodying increased luck and good fortune.
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