Beautiful, lush evergreen trees are starting to fill the sidewalks in the city as the holidays get into full swing.
Holiday trees are powerful symbols of light and life, so these next few weeks give you a great opportunity to bring sparkle, cheer and Feng Shui benefits into your life in a BIG way.
Where should you place your tree for the best Feng Shui this holiday season?
Here are a few things to think about:
- Which part of your life do you most wish to enhance right now? This is a good time to assess your goals for the coming year. Are you most concerned about relationships with family, co-workers or your significant other (or lack thereof)? Do you have an intention to make more money or get a new job?
- Where is that area located on the Feng Shui Bagua Map? Find the area you’re most concerned with on the Feng Shui Bagua Map and see if you can make room for the tree in that spot. If this placement won’t work decorate the tree with ornaments that signify your wishes and dreams for the year ahead.
- Where will you best be able to see it and enjoy it? Part of the joy of a holiday tree is simply sitting back to gaze at it, letting it take you to a place that’s out of the everyday rush. Place the tree where you can turn down the lights and let the sparkling tree illuminate your world for a few moments each day.
Finally, from a Feng Shui perspective the triangular shape of a holiday tree signifies the Fire element, an element we need most at this darkest time of year. I don’t think this is a coincidence 😉
Place the tree for special advantage in one of the four Bagua sectors that are naturally enhanced by Fire: Fame & Reputation, Relationship, Health or Knowledge/Self-Cultivation. (Check out the Bagua Map page on this site to learn where these areas are located in your home.)
Most of all, have fun selecting and decorating your tree! Happy Holidays!