(1) This Little Piggy Went to Market (Feng Shui Tip of the Day)
pig is said to bring abundance and joy, fertility and fecundity, prosperity and big, fat fortune in business affairs into
any house he calls home. In fact, and for those reasons and more, in some Eastern cultures the pig is considered to be 'man's
best friend' right behind the dog. Truly, when he brings all these goodies to the trough, well, who wouldn't love him? Put
a pair by your bedside if you're hoping for children or anywhere inside the 'Wealth' area if you want more money. If you want
to snort and hoot and holler with laughter as you pull in largesse at work, place the pig on your desk. Just write a reminder
on your calendar to bring a pig home with you today and soon enough, you'll be one fat cat!
(2) St. Pirin's
Day Spell for Children or Ideas (Feng Shui Tip of the Day)
As we know, metal plays
a pivotal role in activating a wholly balanced feeling of Feng Shui in our homes and our lives and is specifically used when
trying to conceive anything wonderful and new; either an exceptional idea or the birth of a healthy, happy bouncing baby.
Place seven metal coins in the 'Children/Creativity' space of your main floor to trigger the energies of tin, copper or any
other metallic element that will bring a boost to everything childlike, whimsical and wonderful in your life.
Spells and Healthy Child Spells (Feng Shui Tip of the Day)
Mars, known as the Roman
'God of War' as well as being roundly recognized for his feats of fertility, was the inspiration for the name of this month
of March. If you or someone you know is waging an infertility battle of their own, Feng Shui says there are plenty of ways
to bring that baby across the rainbow bridge to bless our world with their beautiful beings. Sleeping on green sheets is believed
to bring an innate healing and balance to the body, especially to the all-important endocrine system. Placing a wooden elephant
on the floor by the bottom of the bedroom door and placing a stone on its back is traditionally believed to be successful
in bringing forth a baby boy. Putting a stuffed tiger or baby toys or clothes in the 'Children/Creativity' area of the main
floor in the baby's bedroom is also believed to open and activate energies accorded to a blessed birth. Like the warrior Mars,
Secret Shui comes fully loaded to aggressively address the infertility issue. One of these tips tells us to take two wooden
chopsticks and tie them together so they form the shape of a cross. They must only be tied together with 18 inches of red
ribbon, yarn or string. This same piece then gets placed anywhere inside the 'Children' area of the room the potential parents
sleep in, or inside any space where the baby will sleep once it's been born. I know it might seem hard to believe that this
cure could work but I, myself, am living proof. I used this chopstick adjustment when trying to get pregnant with my own son
and, well, as we all now know, that child feeds my very soul.
Fertility of Mind and Body Spell (Feng Shui Tip of the Day)
March 10, 2009
It's believed that acorns gathered on any one of the three nights of the 'Storm Moon' will offer extraordinary power
to manifest dreams and desires if those same acorns are then displayed in plain sight. If you've access to an oak tree, grab
some acorns now to see some sweet dreams come true a little later. But if you can't find any acorns, display a bowl of walnuts
instead for all the same reasons. Sounds nutty, I know, but it really does work!
(5) Parsley Fertility Spell
(Feng Shui Tip of the Day)
Many practitioners will advocate chewing on parsley
if halitosis or bad breath plagues you. But did you know that eating parsley is also believed to provoke a lusty libido and