December Feng Shui and Managing Your Energy

I’m putting my Feng Shui hat on today and I want to talk to you about the current, and very interesting energies in our homes and workplaces that might be impacting your writing, your marketing or your business this month.

If it feels to you like everything is heightened then that would mean that you were tapping in to what is happening.

We currently have extreme energies in all areas of our homes and workplaces and when it comes to the good energies, that is fantastic.  When it comes to negative influences, however, that is not so good.

Moving into the heart of all of our spaces is an energy that at the very least brings conflict and quarrelling.  You might feel particularly prickly or super sensitive to the people around you and you might find yourself wanting to gossip uncharacteristically, or complain, or worse, attack others because they are triggering you.

Given that potentially everyone is tapping into this same energy and is prone to feeling triggered to some degree, I encourage you to take responsibility for the energy you bring to your day, your interactions, your responses, your reactions to the events of the day and to yourself.

Be mindful, be gentle, be slow to judge and question everything you think because just because you think something does not make it true.

If you are feeling tense, irritable, sensitive and your tolerance levels are lower than usual I encourage you to drink lots of water to flush toxins, walk to move energy through your body, talk to someone about how you feel and get things off your chest or write your thoughts and feelings in a journal to get them out of your head and out of your body.

Breathe and count to 3 before you re-act to something or someone.

And finally, do what you can to maintain a quiet and still energy at the centre of your home and workplaces.

If we all do this for ourselves then perhaps we might survive the month and keep our families in tact through the Christmas period. <3

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