Feng Shui Tips: Crystals and Friendships
Feng Shui master Debra Duneier shares Feng Shui two Feng Shui tips today: the power of a crystal ball to attract energy, positive chi and good fortune; and the importance of nurturing our friendships. Join us in January for the start of a masterclass Zoom series in Feng Shui with Debra.
Multifaceted & Powerful
Crystal balls have been used by fortune tellers throughout time for their mystical abilities to predict the future. In the ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui, it is important to promote balance and harmony in your interior spaces. One of the most popular tools used in Tibetan Feng Shui is a crystal ball. Unlike the fortuneteller’s smooth crystal ball used to predict the future, this tool is multifaceted converting light into a powerful energy, attracting positive chi and good fortune. A crystal ball is said to amplify the energy of the Feng Shui practitioner and can be used to focus energy for improving specific areas of your life. They can also be used to dispel negative energy and protect you against harm. Crystal balls have been used in sacred rituals to intensify blessings, emanating positive energy throughout the room. The refractive quality of a crystal ball hanging in the western portion of your space transforms sunlight into rainbows. If you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, adding this beautiful light into your space helps to create an atmosphere of peace, calm, and relaxation.
Everyone wants to be your friend when things are going exceedingly well. Success brings an abundance of friendships as we step into first class or walk on the stage for an award. But where are those people when you are down and out? We all have times when we hit a bump in the road, and you may be surprised by the people who show up for you during those times. An unexpected gift of a friend, someone that you can rely on and confide in, can be life-changing and bring strong bonds. This kind of friendship is not only good for your mental well-being, but also for your physical health. Good-time friends are also important. Freeing ourselves to have fun and enjoy, adds to our happiness. Laughter is the best medicine! Studies show that our social connections are vital to our health and even our longevity. Friendships protect us against loneliness and isolation, and help us to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and boost immunity. Nurture your friends with love and support. Appreciate them and be grateful for all they bring to your life.