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Monday, January 9, 2012

Feng Shui and The Moon




And think not you can,
 Direct the course of love,
 For love,
 If it finds you worthy,
 Directs your course.
~ Khalil Gibran
We spend our lives looking for love, being in love and loving the idea of love. Songs tell us all we need is love and our hearts fill when we’re in love.  Love moves mountains, and love brings smiles to our faces and sparkles to our eyes. Love is within us and love is all around us.  Love is also available from above us.
We know there is love from the Heavens.  That’s a given.  But what about the idea of refreshing our love state from an unconventional source? What if we could have a love affair with the moon?
Chinese Taoist and Feng Shui Masters teach that the `yang` energy is from the Sun and the `yin` energy is from the Moon.  The yin energy holds the feminine attributes and aligning ourselves with the celestial energy of the yin can help us find balance and new perspective.
The possibility of garnering energy from the moon was first presented...
To read on... http://www.lifewithoneeyeopen.com/2012/01/09/feng-shui-and-the-moon/

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