13 Feng Shui Tips
  1. The entrance of your house should be North facing or East facing. The entrance area of your house should be inviting and welcoming to visitors. Keep the entrance of the house clean and without any obstructions.
  2. Arrange your Kitchen place in South-East corner. Your kitchen should not be in front of the toilet. If it is, then keep the door closed and the toilet lid down.
  3. You are advised to keep the toilet lid down while it is not in use. It stops the money from going down the drain.
  4. Fill up the dead area in the living room with plants, colorful pictures, and pleasant sceneries.
  5. Decorate your house with fresh or silk flowers instead of artificial ones. Artificial flowers can have negative impact on the wealth flow of the house.
  6. Keep brooms, mops and trash bins out of sight. It is important for the family's well being and keeps intruders out.
  7. Fountains, plants, birdbaths along the curved pathway through the garden to the house will bring in balance and determine the qualities of Chi.
  8. Wind chimes outside your house will distract the negative energies from entering the house.
  9. Avoid having a staircase right in front of the main door, as it will direct Chi to the next floor ignoring the ground. If you are already in the situation then solve it with a mirror or a chime.
  10. Your bedroom should be a private room, hence not visible to guests and visitors, says Ganesha.
  11. Have the windows in North direction or East direction.
  12. The ideal placement of your exercising equipment is in South West direction.
  13. Avoid having too many electronic appliances in your bedroom and keep nothing under the bed.



Choose the images for your bedroom wisely, as images carry powerful feng shui energy. Best feng shui advice for the bedroom art is to choose images that you want to see happening in your life. Unless you enjoy being sad and lonely, do not use sad and lonely images in your bedroom.




To keep your wealth get rid of any dried flowers in your space. Replace them with fake or silk.




Add mirrors to increase the size of a small room. You will create a feeling of more space and also endless opportunities.

Sunday
Jun272010

Positive Affirmations

Sunday
Jun272010

Visualisation for health

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited while imagination embraces the entire world.
Albert Einstein.

They say - “Whatever you can see, you can achieve”. This is very much true in the case of visualisation, although visualisation is different from seeing. You see with your eyes whereas visualising does not involve the sense of sight, it employs a different brain activity.

Visualising is forming a mental image of something you have seen before. It is recalling the experiences of something you have seen exist.

In contrast, imagination is a creative process – it is the creation of a mental image of something not present, not available to your senses, something that you have not experienced before you used your mind to create it.

Having used your imagination to create something, it begins to exist as a mental picture, which you can then recall or visualise. You can also use your imagination to create images of health and recall them to physically improve your health.

Yes, visualisation can be used to promote healing. If you use your imagination to create positive pictures of health and wellbeing, and then feed those pictures to your brain again and again by visualisation, you can change your emotions and thus have a physical effect on the body.

The brain and the body respond to external and internal stimulation. The former interaction is well known to everyone, and the latter is the object of teaching of a few new schools. The classic example that illustrates the effect of visualisation is to imagine slicing a ripe lemon and squeezing its juice on your tongue. This mental image will cause salivation, which is a physical reaction. This is a typical example of visualisation and illustrates a physical reaction manifested to the action of the brain.

Imagining yourself in a healthy state can improve your wellbeing in a natural way. This is a kind of a non verbal suggestion in ‘mind to body’ direction. Imagining a cleansing process that frees your system from ailments, recalling it, and visualising yourself healthy and happy can really change the way you are. You are what you feel.

Using positive visualisation repetitively allows the mind to direct the body to natural self-healing. Thinking yourself into positive feelings is using the logical side of the brain to create positive imagery which, in turn will employ the emotional side of the brain to produce positive feelings. This will make your body fall into a relaxed and healthy state. Relaxation and positive emotion is the key to promoting health and wellbeing.


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Jun272010

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