Your Feng Shui Guidance: May
Feng Shui is the area of Chinese medicine that helps us rest, relax and restore our vital energies through healthful practices and a calm environment. Learn how you can create a peaceful home, landscape and workplace by applying Feng Shui principles of balance and harmony to your everyday life!
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Doesn't it seem like just yesterday when the door of the yellow school bus opened to take your child to his or her first day of school? And now? College graduation!
For every parent and loved one who's getting set to help send their grad out into the real world, why not give them an energetic edge -- while at the same time offering them wings to fly? Follow the Feng Shui rituals and gifts detailed below, and watch your lucky graduate's fortunes soar!
It's long been acknowledged that if you want to bring angels and other invisible guides along through the new grad's life away from campus housing, then your soon-to-be-former student should first find a statue on campus for this fun little ritual. At some point immediately prior to their graduation ceremony, they should rub the nose (or some other part) of that statue. If they do, the fortune and luck gathered from this act will see to it that their post-academic dreams come true!
As for graduation day fashion, your young adult should wear specific colors under their cap and gown that are well-suited to entertaining advantageous energies! White, for example, is said to signify respect for the arts, while gold recognizes the tremendous value of the sciences. Brown, meanwhile, brings stability and grounding -- qualities that any new graduate can use in spades. Using all (or any combination of) these colors represents panoramic academic achievement. There's even a graduation fashion notion that suggests wearing flat shoes to symbolize a steady step into the next phase of life.
Lastly, it's a worldly idea for the graduate to place a globe in the "fame" area of their room; if possible, this globe should be lit in some way. If your globe doesn't light from the inside, simply buy a small spotlight from any home improvement store, then shine it on the globe to illuminate opportunities beckoning from every corner of the world!
In today's job market, a little energetic advantage can go a long way -- as will your grad if you embrace this excellent Feng Shui advice!
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Whether it's pre-wedding month jitters or anxiety over final exams, May seems rife with reasons for restlessness. One way to quell these concerns is to breathe deeply, keep a cool head ... and take an all-natural flower essence specifically designed to cure problems associated with stress-inducing emotions.
See, the use of flowers for healing purposes actually dates back to ancient times. Later, in the twentieth century, flower remedies were rediscovered by English homeopathist Dr. Edward Bach, a bacteriologist practicing in the 1920s and '30s. Bach found that the remedy for a host of mental issues could be gathered from nature, and so began his efforts to promote essential floral extracts as such.
By far the most popular of all Bach's flower essence remedies -- and certainly the easiest to obtain, as these days you can find it in nearly every grocery store -- is something called the Bach Rescue Remedy. It's simply a mixture of five individual floral essences. and when combined, they work to restore equilibrium to body, mind and spirit. Bach Rescue Remedy exerts a powerful and positive influence on emotions and attitude as it helps allay troublesome anxieties and fears.
While all those April showers may have brought May flowers, these particular May flowers provide a positive mental shift, peace and calm. And who couldn't use some of that -- any time of year?
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Your Feng Shui Guidance: May