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Seeking a Harmonious Life with Feng Shui

By Dinah Eng — 2019

Feng shui—the Chinese practice of using the flow of “energies” in the home to create harmony and good health—is a technique that is thousands of years old, combining Chinese astrology with the shape, magnetic direction and age of structures.

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What’s Your Chinese Zodiac Sign and Feng Shui Birth Element?

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Feng Shui’s Potential Health Benefits

Feng shui is gaining popularity as people become more interested in the connections between their homes and their health.

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How to Use Feng Shui for a Happier Home

The ancient Chinese practice encourages balance and harmony in your space. Learn how to achieve positive energy in living rooms, entryways, bedrooms, and more with these feng shui tips.

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The Basic Principles of Feng Shui

The philosophy of feng shui is a practice of arranging the pieces in living spaces in order to create balance with the natural world. The goal is to harness energy forces and establish harmony between an individual and their environment.

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An Introduction to Numerology

Many of us have what we think of as “lucky numbers,” but is there anything more to this notion than fun and games? According to numerology, the answer is a resounding “yes.” In numerology, numbers represent more than just their mathematical values.

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Psychologists Have Finally Discovered 4 Research-Backed Personality Types

Forget Myers-Briggs and the latest Facebook quiz. These are the only personality types that are actually backed by science.

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The 5 Elements of Personality: What Does Your Birth Year Say About You?

In Chinese astrology, every birth year is assigned one of five natural elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth. Understanding yours can help you play to your strength and harmonize with your loved ones, co-workers, and friends.

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Here’s What the Chinese Zodiac Says About You

In honor of the Lunar New Year, here’s an explanation of the Chinese zodiac, and what it means for you.

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All the Chinese Zodiac Signs and Their Meanings, Explained

Twelve animals represent the Chinese zodiac signs (or sheng xiao, translating to "born + resemblance"); in order, they’re the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat (or Sheep), Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

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Cleromancy – All You Need to Know

Cleromancy literary means “Divination by casting lots”. It is an ancient practice which has been able to serve a unique purpose of foretelling the future through divine intervention.

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