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Feng Shui for your food?

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I am very interested in the theories of Chinese Metaphysics and in this post I will write some information regarding the Yin and Yang, the Five Elements and how they are related to the food we eat. How can we use this information to help ourselves to create or maintain better health through eating the right food for us.

Yin and Yang is the very heart of Chinese metaphysical philosophy and Chi (or energy )is the element that we need to harness in Feng Shui. The ancient Chinese believed that Yin and Yang are the essences of nature. Everything is in a perpetual state of change, moving from one extreme to the other to create equilibrium or universal balance. The fact we cannot deny  is that, Yin and Yang exist in everything in the Universe.

It is interesting to know that the theories of Yin and Yang can also be found in food. According to Traditional Chinese medicine and Feng Shui philosophies, an imbalance of Yin or Yang in the body may contribute to the manifestation of health problems.

Along with the theories of Yin and Yang is also the Law of Exchange known as the Five Elements. They are elements that we can find and use in our everyday life: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth.  Our body is also made up of the  Five Elements, and they are use associated with our five visceral organs. The Five Elements are also translate into colours, taste and style of cooking. Therefore eating foods with the colour and taste that represents the Element corresponding to the organ you wish to treat, combine with the style cooking of can help to create better a balance for your well being.

Yang Foods can replenish your chi, make you will feel warm and stimulated, and are especially good for people who often feel cold or are easily fatigued. Yin foods on the other hand encourage rest and recharging of energies. Physically you will also feel cooler and hydrated. Emotionally, you will feel refreshed and calm after eating these foods, therefore it is beneficial to those who find it hard to relax or are stressed.

However, having too much Yin quality food will lead to drowsiness, lack of energy, feeling chilly, water retention, or blocked digestion. Emotionally, you can feel depressed and lethargic.

Therefore eating a balance diet is the key to keeping you healthy.

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Clarice Chan

 

 

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Feng Shui Tips for your Office

 

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One of the biggest issues in an workplace is clutter. Piles of paperwork, old magazines, old mail and files will plague the energy of your office causing unproductivity, dissatisfaction, stress, fatigue, and chaos. In severe cases,  it can cause you to become prone to illnesses and depression.

While selecting a good Feng Shui seat is not alway possible, you can also use simple  Feng Shui remedies to improve the energy of your space.

One important thing to avoid is, sitting at a desk that is located directly under an over-head beam or facing sharp pillars. I have seen such cases where the person seated in such a location suffer multiple problems and even illnesses. While you can apply remedies,  it will only reduce the severity of the negativity but not eradicate is. The only effective way to cure this Feng Shui issue is to move to another seat.  If you find yourself in such a location, it will be wise to ask for a change of desk location. If you are unable to move to another desk, you must try to position yourself away from the beam or angle away from the sharp angle of the pillars.

3  Feng Shui Tips to enhance your energy at the workplace:

  • Healthy potted plants in your office can help to uplift your energy and encourage calm.
  • Keeping your cubicle clutter free and tidying your space regularly will help reduce fatigue and stress.
  • Position your LCD to one of your favourable Feng Shui direction.

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Feng Shui Your Wallet?

I have often been asked about Feng Shui for wallets. It is an interesting topic and I found a good article on it.
Hope it helps you manifest more money!

http://gatesinteriordesign.com/11-stupidly-easy-techniques-to-feng-shui-your-wallet/

The Rabbit and Mid- Autumn Festival!

 

cc79011d-0ac5-4ba9-96cf-eb62257a3984Why is the Rabbit synonymous with the Mid-Autumn Festival? The legend behind the Mid Autumn Festival surround the story of a handsome couple: Chang Er and Hou-yi. Hou Yi was the ancient hero who, under the order of the Gods, shot down nine of the ten suns that suddenly appeared in the skies. After Hou Yi successfully completed this task, he met and married a beautiful young lady named Chang Er.

The Gods were very pleased with Hou Yi, and rewarded him with an elixir of life so the he and his beautiful wife could have immortality. However, an evil man found out about the elixir, murdered Hou Yi for the elixir. Chang Er was devastated by her husband’s death and retaliated by drinking all of the elixir. Legend has it that, after drinking the elixir, she floated away into the skies towards the Moon with her pet rabbit in her arms, and this is how the Rabbit became synonymous with this festival.

Celebrating Mid- Autumn festival or commonly known as now as  the Mooncake festival is still very popular today. Food that is synonymous with this  festival are the mooncakes and pomelos. Pomelos are fruits harvested in Autumn in some parts of China and they symbolize plentiful and abundance.

It is a tradition to gift your friends, employer, clients and relatives some mooncakes just before Mid-Autumn festival. Moon gazing is also a part of the ritual of celebrating this festival.  Besides the moon gazing and eating mooncakes, children are given paper lanterns to carry around and  play within the playground or garden.

A Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to all!

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Are Clocks Bad Feng Shui?

This is a good question, and it often comes up when I do a Feng Shui Audit. Well, the answer is no, but the placement of the Clocks is important. I found this video that is interesting and simple to understand. Do check it out!

 

 

 

How to Get Rich?

How to create the life you want.

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How to  enhance your everyday living!

http://www.knowfengshui.com/feng-shui-spirituality-tips/

What is St Patrick’s Day ?

So this is the history , the hows and the whys behind this much celebrated festival.

http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/common/st-patrick-day

 

Have a fabulous time!

News feature about the Year of the Goat in Expat Living Magazine

Check out my new feature about the Chinese Year of the Goat in Expat Living Magazine!

http://www.expatliving.sg/body_style/horoscopes/Horoscopes-Predictions-for-the-Chinese-Year-of-the-Goat-74058.ece

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