Top Feng Shui Tips to enjoy a Happy Chinese New Year 2013

Top Feng Shui Tips to enjoy a Happy Chinese New Year 2013

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In Feng Shui cycles, the month of the Tiger started on the 4th February and the Chinese New Year is the first lunar day of this month, which falls on the 10th February 2013.

Whilst the Winter Solstice of December 21st marked the real turning point of the energy, there is a cultural celebration of Chinese New Year, more correctly known as Spring Festival, during which the new energies are starting to stir more so than in the depths of December and January when the earth is still sleeping!

Seeing as our human endeavours are powerfully affected by nature’s rhythms, the Chinese believe in aligning your actions with the qualities of time for maximum effect. Springtime is all about renewal, rebirth, hope and new beginnings. Therefore it is very appropriate to this new ‘chi’ to take the following actions by the 10th February 2013:

  • Pay off debts
  • Buy new clothes, give away old ones to charity
  • Make peace and forgive any grievances
  • Come together to celebrate with food and merriment
  • Take time to nurture your inner vision for the year to come
  • Have your hair cut! (I am booked in for the 8th!!)
  • Organise your paperwork so you can spring forth all organised!

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Feng Shui Tips for Chinese New Year

  • Clear clutter and recycle any faulty appliances at local depots – reduce, reuse, recycle.
  • WEAR RED ON FEBRUARY 10th.
  • Burn Red Candles at dinner with friends
  • Write your dreams onto red paper and make little scrolls to attach to doorways and windows so that the new chi coming in to your home energises these dreams/intentions!!
  • Avoid starting any works this year in the SE or NW section of home/garden.

And above all, SMILE with the heart and be grateful for all you already have in your life….. 🙂

Love Sarah

PS If you missed it, you can still read my Chinese Animal Sign forecast for the Year of the Water Snake here!

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