Gallery: 5 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Feng Shui

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4. Try a New Burner

My favorite burner on my stove is the one on the front right. Which one is your favorite? Your stove represents wealth and how you nourish yourself in the world. The stove is a modern hearth, the place in the home that provides warmth, safety and nourishment.  So tomorrow when you go to your stove, try using another burner instead of always going to the same one. Open up some opportunities for yourself!

This year, Chinese New Year falls on Thursday, February 19th in 2015. We say goodbye to the horse and welcome the year of the wood sheep. There are magnificent parades, dancing in the streets, dragon costumes all around, and the entire continent of Asia is in celebration. But what is Chinese New Year all about?  This momentous occasion marks the beginning of spring in the Lunar calendar, a time for new beginnings and renewal. To ring in this new year, why not make some feng shui adjustments to bring some balance to your home? Feng shui is an Asian art of placement — or as I like to say, the original “green design”. Through observing and shifting the built environment, feng shui teaches us how to live in harmony with nature. Keep reading to learn more.

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1 Comment

  1. Tee Zackem January 26, 2015 at 8:58 pm

    Just one question: Goat, Sheep or Ram?

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