Chinese New Year is the most significant of all Chinese holidays. 2012 is the Year of the Dragon and the New Year falls on January 23rd. Chinese New Year is considered a time of new beginnings and setting new intentions. The days leading up to the Chinese New Year are the time for clearing clutter from the past year out of your home, including mental clutter and financial clutter. Feng Shui is all about making room for new things to enter your life, so this is the perfect time to do a great deal of clearing and preparing for new energy. Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art form that creates harmony and balance in your home or office space. Some tips for a great Chinese New Year:
- Before January 23 be sure to clean your house and your crystals (clean crystals with soap and water or a mixture of orange oil and water
- On January 23 do not vacuum or clean house – you will sweep your good luck right out the door – do go to work so you will have a job for the year – do something fun do not argue, gossip, complain, bicker, housework, or anything stressful etc. Do something fun, go to the movies, deposit checks into your account, read a book, go to dinner etc. What you do on January 23 affects the entire year.
- To attract good Karma, put a donation (whatever amount you choose) in a red envelope and give it to someone in need on January 23. The good Karma for this day will return to you 10,000 times!
2012, the Year of the Dragon is marked by excitement, unpredictability, exhilaration and intensity. It is a year of transformational energy.
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