Sunday, January 4, 2009

Feng Shui Tips

Well if you want to start the year with something postive then read teh article that I've quoted from

The name given to this month of January is actually derived from the ancient name of Janus, a Roman god who is thought to have presided over the dawning of each new year. He was referred to and often revered as the 'God of Gateways' or 'God of Doorways.' As such, he is also known as the 'Lord of Beginnings' (sensing a theme here?), and is associated with that goddess of birthing new babes, Juno.

Janus is the original Two Face (sorry Harvey Dent), as his image is often symbolized by a face that looks both backwards and forward at the same time: a reminder that this is a good time to reflect on the events of the previous year.

It is also important to do so while recognizing the proverbial clean slate of opportunity that waits immediately ahead. This is a great day to look at your own formal front doorway, and make some lucky little upgrades.

If at all possible, paint that front door red (to usher in fortune and fabulous luck) or green (to grow health and happiness and prosperity galore). If you can't or don't want to paint the front door, at least give it a thorough cleaning, and maybe save the fresh coat for another chilly winter day.

Remember, the front door calls in most of the subtle energies that enter your house, as well as has an influence and impact on your opportunities and your income. So, be sure it is in very good working condition. In the case of your front door, the words 'open wide' promise to put a really big smile on your face!


Tom S. said...

Hello Mousumi! I didn't know that front doors was that important in Feng Shui, but it feels logic since it's where you enter the house. /Tom (currently visiting Hyderabad)

Mousumi Ghosh said...

hi Tom, yes even I was unaware of this fact. But hope now we can make some difference cause we know the logic now.

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vicky said...

Hi Mousumi,

My name is Vicky. I'm currently studying in HCU. Came across your blog twice while at the university. The first time was when you were talking about getting an internet connection and this post is the second time I've come across your blog. Good stuff. Keep it up.

Mousumi Ghosh said...

Hi Vicky. I am glad that you found my posts interesting. Hope to make my blog posts interesting in the future.