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Monday, March 23, 2009
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If you're a middle-east or UK mummy, happy Mother's Day! I have been wanting to show you this delightful photo for a while now. Isn't this just the sweetest mum n bub picture? And, if you can see them, the bubs t-shirts read "Double Happiness", inspired by feng shui!
Elizabeth Wong, founder and owner of Baby Monkey, the organic children's clothing company in New York who make them, has clear ideas on why feng shui is so good for children. Here are some of her reasons for creating gorgeous feng shui theme apparel for children...
- Feng Shui stimulates and encourages a child's individuality which results in a more positive attitude towards life and allows them to embrace it rather than look at its faults. This can easily be achieved by the color of their room and inspiring decorations.
- Feng Shui gives children security and balance. By simply positioning a child's bed in the correct bedroom location, future health problems and reoccurring ailments are discouraged.
- Respect for parents and a good relationships with others can be achieved with Feng Shui by displaying cheerful pictures of the parents in the children's rooms. This can also lead to the dissipation of any behavioral problems that may have previously occurred.
I once had a client whose bub was a real grizzler without any obvious- or medical- reason. An analysis of the childs four pillars astrology revealed a lack of the element earth. So we made their bed closer to the ground and painted the room a warm buttercup yellow. Also changing the colour of a bubs bed linen from pure white to cream or lemon can settle an insecure child by enhancing the element earth.
Wishing you Double Happiness this mum's day and with your children always!
Friday, March 20, 2009
"Take the worthiness that is yours, and let the "Fairies of the Universe" assist you. Stop taking so much responsibility upon yourself, and live happily ever after.
Shorten that crevasse between where you are and where you want to be, on every subject, to now, now, now, now, now. Ride the wave.
Just pluck the fruit... You don't have to be the one who puts it in the ground any more. You can just skip across the top of things and pluck the fruit of all of the things you want. "Oh, fruit. Oh, delicious this, delicious this, delicious this, delicious this."
In other words, it's all right there for you; it's ready for you to receive it as fast and as soon as you will vibrationally let it in."
A few years ago, this would have me squirming in my seat! "What about those who do put the seeds in the ground?" I would be thinking, "Surely it's not fair if I come and skim the goodness off the top for myself?"
What an example of scarcity mentality! If we open our ears and minds and look for the evidence all around us, life becomes a magnificent, abundant playground provided for the enjoyment of our senses. Relationships become playful, rich, learning, interactive experiences... the creation of our families and career and travel as we go along become magnificent unfolding of what we love best...
It really is so incredibly beautiful, the pattern of life, the energy that weaves it all together, when we get a glimpse of the way we were truly meant, as human beings, to live!
Sometimes my life is so beautiful I want to cry, and I wonder how I got so lucky. I have a magnificent, generous husband with a career he adores and his own wacky, independent life. I live in the most beautiful places on earth and can drink, eat, think about, and spend my time any way I like. Counting my blessings, I walk the tightrope of sincere gratitude and sometimes still fall into the abyss of "I'm not worthy..."
When this happens, I remember wise words on the difference between Gratitude and Appreciation. Gratitude, although beneficial; is a fervent prayer. We can be grateful, and feel as if whatever we're thankful of won't last or is in short supply. It's because gratitude is ownership, and we're in possession. Appreciation, on the other hand, is an outside perspective. When we express sincere appreciation, we appreciate the beautifulness we're enjoying without neediness or holding on. We are the "innocent bystander" beholding the riches life is placing before us.
Like watching a ballet, or savouring a glass of Penfolds Grange '88 at the Fifth element wine bar in Brisbane's southbank...
The magnificence of life was put here for our admiration. And there's no reward the universe seeks other than us to clap our hands in delight and say, "Oh, how wonderful! Isn't it divine! Lucky, lucky us!"
pic 1: a beautiful view from byron bay lighthouse, Australia's most easterly point; pic 2: a gorgeous lunch at chill on tedder
Sunday, March 15, 2009
And help create in your day?
Craving Yin in the morning can indicate a desire to increase the comfort, love and understanding we receive in our life.
interesting, isn't it?