Chinese New Year starts on February 3, ushering in the Year of the Rabbit. Whether or not you are Asian, Chinese New Year is a good time to make some Feng Shui changes in your home to assure that positive energy, good fortune, and harmony will fill your home during the coming year. The Chinese prefer not to carry the burdens of the past year into the new one, which I think is good advice for all of us.
My latest article on the BellaOnline Feng Shui site,"Chinese New Year Feng Shui," describes four simple changes you can make in your home to bring in fresh energy at this time of the year --
1. Clean your home thoroughly.
2. Resolve conflicts and settle accounts.
3. Lighten your load by clutter clearing.
4. Take care of your health.
You can read the details in the article, which can be found at http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art29532.asp.
After you read the article, post your thoughts on the Feng Shui forum, located at http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=postlist&Board=70.
As always, you can post your questions in the Feng Shui Forum, or e-mail me directly.
Carol M. Olmstead, Feng Shui Editor