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Feng Shui Diva's Tips For Holiday Decorations

Some holiday decorations are gorgeous. Others are so tacky they're on your town's "tacky lights tour". But did you ever think your holiday decorations might be causing illness, stress, or depression? 
Think about it for a minute.  During the holidays, is there more sickness in your household? Do you argue more? Do you feel depressed? If so, the problem might be coming from your holiday decorations. Here are a few things to watch out for:

Be Careful With The Element “Fire”
The color red and holiday lights add the element “fire” to your home. In some places, fire can be beneficial.  In others, it can cause problems.  During 2018, there is flyimg star illness energy in the North and West sections of every home and business and the element fire makes it worse.  To be on the safe side, don’t use a lot of red or lights (especially in the North and West).  Other holiday colors like silver, gold, and white are less intense.
Don’t Create Obstacles With Your Decorations
If you have to step over it, duck under it, or squeeze by, it’s going to add more stress to your holiday.  Too much clutter makes the “chi flow” or energy flow in your home slow down and get stuck. This can make you feel stuck or depressed.  A good cleaning and clutter clearing before you add decorations is a good idea. 
Lift Your Spirits with Something From Your Childhood
Go through your old photos when you were a kid excited about the holidays.  Use a color copier to enlarge them to 8x10 or 11x14 mini posters and put them in inexpensive box frames or clip frames. If you have old holiday pictures of friends and family who will be coming to visit, make some fun mini posters of them too.  Think of how good it will make them feel to see themselves in your home.

Lights Out At Bedtime For A More Positive Mood
Melatonin is the hormone that regulates your mood and your sleep.  Your body produces melatonin when your eyes signal your brain that it’s nighttime. Light makes your body think it’s daytime. To keep your body making the right amount of melatonin for better sleep and a more positive mood, make sure you’re sleeping in the dark.  Don’t sleep with the light on, or a holiday light display.
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