FENG SHUI HOLIDAY DECORATING TIP # 1 : Decorate your home with good feng shui colors to enhance, as well as balance the energy of the holiday season . For example, green represent wood, and in 2015, wood is money! Decorate the house with lush pine tree and vibrant green garlands. Gold, white and silver colors represent metal. In 2015, we are lacking metal energy so decorating with these colors will help welcome in fresh new energy of the coming year. Crystal represents earth. Earth is the resource that we need to produce metal. Hang crystal decorations and use sparkling crystal dinner wares to welcome in the changing energy of 2015.
FENG SHUI HOLIDAY DECORATING TIP # 2: Place your holiday decorations such as the Christmas Tree in the most appropriate feng shui area of your home. Since we are still in 2014, there is strong destructive and illness earth energy in the Northwest and the East. If you are planning on putting up a Christmas Tree, it is a good idea to place the tree in either of those two areas. Just make sure that this year, avoid decorating the tree with too much light or red color. Try to use lots of white, gold and silver decorations. If you celebrate Hanukkah, the Southeast window is a great sector to display and light the Menorah. Lighting candles in that sector will help reduce the argumentative energy of the Quarrelsome Star in 2014. If you like displaying the Nativity Scene, why not do it in the West. The Heavenly Star is located in that sector so displaying the Nativity Scene or the 3 Kings, in the West, will energize for Heaven’s luck.
FENG SHUI HOLIDAY DECORATING TIP # 3: Use auspicious symbols to decorate your home and gifts. For example, bring peace and good news with lovely white doves. Hang ringing bells for cleansing and inviting in good energy. Display various sparkling stars for recognition luck. Enhance the protective aura of your home with guardian angels. Wrap you gifts up in sparking gold or silver wrappings and tied lucky coins to your ribbons to make your gifts extra special.