As you bring out those Christmas bells, utilize the energy they provide:
Bells welcome guests and a welcomed guest increases prosperity. Bells ring in the holidays and call opportunities for you. Bells clear the air, ring them when there is negative talk. Bells protect your environment, put one on your door handle to protect your home.
Since it is a tree and it is typically green, Christmas trees are considered the Wood element (even if they are not a real tree). The best placement is in the check marked areas (Prosperity and Family) in this bagua image. Because of the triangular shape of the tree it is also the Fire element and therefore not recommended near the front door. If you have your tree in any of the other areas of your home, decorate it in the color associated with that area. Be sure not to clutter your Christmas tree and only use ornaments you like. Wishing you a guilt free and Merry Christmas!
First, do you actually use your kitchen or dining table? If not, how are your relationships going? Our eating tables are key to our relationships, use them and your relationships are bountiful, neglect them and your relationships will neglect you. Round tables are best as they allow everyone to see each other and the round shape keeps the conversation flowing. Many fond memories can be created around the table where food, laughter and good conversation can nourish your body and mind!
To be mindfully thankful, continuously, may take some brain training. We are all guilty of taking the common things around us for granted. Are you mindfully grateful each time you turn on your faucet of fresh clean water, the clothes in your closet, the roof over your head? This time of year brings Thankfulness to the forefront but it should always be in the forefront. Here are a some ideas to help you to be more mindfully grateful...continuously:
Start a Grateful or Thankful journal where you write each day what you are grateful for. I use a small calendar book just for my daily grateful thoughts.
Pause...before turning on the water, eating your food etc. to acknowledge how lucky you are.
Be of service to those in need. Help a neighbor or volunteer at a charity, continuously.