Feng Shui for Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a very important holiday in the United States.
Families and friends spend time together to share a meal. Thanksgiving started as a premise to promote peace within the colonist as well as during the U.S. Civil War. It was Abraham Lincoln who proclaimed Thanksgiving to be a National Holiday.
Thanksgiving became a symbol of gratitude. To plan and enjoy a memorable gathering you need to understand that last year’s energies will not be the same as this year.
In modern times, many families live far away from each and are unable to get together. With travel restrictions and cost of travel, getting together on the holiday with friends has become a not so frequent event. This is where good friends and new connections come in.
Friends are the family you choose.
~ J.C. Scott
This month it is best to avoid candle inspired centerpieces. The element of fire from the candles will only aggravate and trigger negative energies.
Choose shiny, round objects...a white and metallic theme instead. This will keep negative energies under control.
Best Areas for the Month
Activity and traffic is best in the South area of the home or room. This includes the Southeast, South, Southwest, and West.
What Happens After the Guests Leave?
If you are hosting, the energies that are triggered stay with you and in your environment. This is why it is important to trigger the good energies. If you feel the need to do a cleanse once your guests have left, please do so.
The Fire Element
Elements play a big role in the transformation of energy. The fire element is one that has been on the rise this year. The Restaurant industry is a fire element activity. If you are not cooking this year, be sure to make your reservations pronto.
Wishing you all a great Thanksgiving!