SO LONG, 2010!
From a Feng Shui persspective, it’s the time to make physical and metaphoric space for fresh energy, incredible opportunities, new clients and excellent Good Fortune to come into your home, business and life.
1. Clear out as much of the old chi as you can before January 1st (or by February 3rd, the Chinese New Year).
2. When you clean, imagine that you’re sweeping away any bad luck, obstacles, negative mindsets, stress or exhaustion. Leave everything shining and sparkling!
3. Pay off as many of your debts as you are able and pay all of your current bills in full to set the intention of being debt-free in the New Year.
4. Fill your pantry and fridge full of healthy vibrant and delicious foods to affirm longevity and health.
5. Treat yourself to a brand new purse and wallet (red, gold, purple or black) and fill with lots of cash (uncirculated, best of all). Add money from a rich person, a Lucky Dollar and 3 Feng Shui Coins on Red Ribbon you can order from me, $3 a set).
6. Use divination to tune into your past, present and future energies. Personally, I love the Kuan Yin Oracle and have been using it for many, many years now. (If you wish, I can perform the traditional ceremony of offerings, meditation, Taoist indicators and bamboo sticks shaking on your behalf and mail you the answer to your question. $30)
7. Start to think about what kind of Wishing Ceremony you’d like to do on New Years Eve and Day to set strong and heart-felt intentions, wishes, prayers and goals for 2011. Over at my blog you can see photos of Wishing Jewels ($12, $9 for large and small red and gold) and Sky Lanterns ($9) and if you wish to order any for New Year’s Eve or Day, email me asap so I can get those in the mail for you!
I’ll be back December 31st for many delightful ways of making wishes for 2011.