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Fire Monkey New Year – 2016

Posted on Feb 11, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

2/8/2016 Happy Chinese New Year -The Yang Fire Monkey & House of 2 Yang is the expansive male energy and gives us events this year in a bigger, grander way. The time is now to broaden your horizons, reinvent yourself and think expansively. Fire can bring impulsiveness if we are not careful but makes for a dynamic year filled with surprises some may not always be welcomed if you’re not “awake”. Extra energy and determination are the name of the game in Fire Monkey year and there are certain people that may be filled with more than that this election year… We can be sure of the old...

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The Year of Water Dragon & The House of 6

Posted on Jan 24, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

The Year of Water Dragon & The House of 6

  1/23/2012  Happy Chinese New Year – The Year of Water dragon   The Water dragon year is a yang year.  Yang is the expansive male energy and gives us things this year in a bigger, louder, more public way.  The Water will bring forth emotions that could run deep and be hidden, be careful of what isn’t being said or uncovered in this election year.  Water also brings with it the opportunity of exerting your will and willing that which you would like to see happen.  My mantra for this year is “Carpe Diem”, seize the day.  The Dragon the only mystical animal of all the 12...

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Basics of Feng Shui | Go With the Flow | Season of Winter.

Posted on Aug 5, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

 “GO WITH THE FLOW”…FENG SHUI TIPS FOR WINTER  ‘Tis the season to Go With the Flow, 1+ weeks ‘til Thanksgiving, the holidays are here.  November 8th officially kicked off the Season of Winter in the Chinese calendar, which for elements is the season of water.  This season will continue to on or about 2/4 most years but in this year it will end earlier on 1/23/12.  This water season is poignant because it’s the beginning of the cycles called “generating” of the elements used in Feng Shui & Chinese medicine.  The five elements that make up the seasons for the Chinese...

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