Thanksgiving, the biggest family holiday of the year, is a time of both abundance and chaos.
You need all the tools at your disposal to stay balanced and calm.
Thanksgiving is a great time to bring good Feng Shui into your kitchen, where you create health and abundance for yourself and your family all year ’round.
A kitchen with good Feng Shui looks, feels and smells like great things are happening.
- Start by cleaning the stove and making sure all the burners work so good Chi energy can flow freely.
- Then give yourself space by clearing the countertops of seldom-used appliances and utensils.
- Take a look at the top of the fridge while you’re at it — maybe those cereals and snacks would be happier inside a cabinet 😉
- And when’s the last time you edited the front of the fridge? Clear off the magnets and enjoy the feeling of peace you’ve created.
Now that you have visual clarity, add a sense of delight with something that makes your home smell wonderful: cider with cloves? Oatmeal cookies?
The more you engage all five senses — sight, touch, taste, smell and sound — the better Feng Shui you bring into your space, and your life.
There’s no better time to appreciate all you have at your disposal than Thanksgiving, so — Enjoy!
(photo credit: Beatrice Murch on Creative Commons )