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Some Super-Quick Feng Shui Thanksgiving Tips

Whether you love it or dread it, Thanksgiving is here! At the very least, try to keep some balance in your home with these simple tips:

  • Always have a large mirror in your dining room that reflects the table. This doubles your abundance and wealth.
  • Never keep clocks on the walls in a dining room. Clocks where you eat symbolize the passing of time to your death.
  • If you have a round or oval table, this is best. This rids the sharp corners and ensures that everyone faces each other.
  • Use the good china for your family on holidays. What are you saving it for?
  • If you can, try to have everyone seated boy girl boy girl etc… to keep the balance of yin and yang even.
  • If you know everyone’s Kua number, it would be great to have everyone face their auspicious directions!
  • Don’t have your lights too dim. Keep yang energy prominent with brighter lighting above your table.
  • Have fun! Sometimes having family together that you don’t usually spend time with could be awkward. Get out some board games or bingo and use something small like scratch-off lottery tickets as prizes. Games can really bring people together, and the fun you have creates wonderful positive energy in your home.
  • Start a gratitude journal: pass a small book around the table for everyone to write what they are most grateful for. Just a thing or two, no long pages of writing! Keep it for all of the years to come and add to it each time you are all together.
  • The person sitting closest to the door often leaves first. Use this info to your advantage! 😉
  • Do not overeat! Easier said than done, I know. Just try.

Keep smiling, keep love in your heart and remember to be thankful and grateful.

Happy Thanksgiving!


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