Feng Shui is the area of Chinese medicine that helps you rest, relax, and restore your vital energies through healthful practices and a calm environment. Learn how Astrology.com's Ellen Whitehurst can help you create a peaceful home, landscape, and workplace by applying Feng Shui principles of balance and harmony to your everyday life!
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Nothing can kill feeling merry and bright faster than being stuck in endless highway traffic as you try to head home for the holidays; just as frustrating is when you're powerlessly stuck at the station or on the tarmac.
One of the fastest and easiest ways to restore a healthy sense of balance -- as well as one for your chi -- is to carry orange or tangerine peels with you throughout your travels. To do so, cut nine round pieces of peel about the size of a quarter off the outside of one of these fruits; alternately, you can cut one piece each from nine oranges or tangerines. Be sure to think calm thoughts as you prepare your peels.
The pieces' round shape represents continued abundance, as well as the light of whichever deity you call upon to protect you during your journeys. From a more practical perspective, the peels' citrus oil helps protect you from germs and disease.
If you feel uneasy during your travels, simply break out the peels and take a whiff. You can even rub the peels on your hands so the scent will constantly remain with you.
The scent of orange and tangerine is known to lift mood and spirit alike. And that's the best gift you can give yourself any time of year!
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Being "scentsible" this month can make all the difference between creating a happy household and one where anxiety (and even inflated expectations) can hamper an otherwise memorable holiday season.
Diffusing the scent of cinnamon around your home is calming, cooling holiday tradition that helps offset excess heat from fires, candles, and even lights. (This scent is also considered a male aphrodisiac, and it's even said that cinnamon prompts men to spend money!) The scents of pine, cypress, or even eucalyptus are known to cleanse an atmosphere of negative energy, while bayberry can create harmony. And putting whole cloves in oranges, then placing them in the kitchen or dining room, is said to attract abundance, money, and joy!
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