Feng Shui Your Holiday Table for Harmony This Season
For those who dread the arguments that tend to come with family holiday celebrations, know that it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are some tips on how to Feng Shui your home and holiday table for harmony and happiness this season.
Keeping your power positions enables you to keep your guests from overstaying their welcome or meddle in your business. The first step in keeping your power position is not giving up your master bedroom or any of the bedrooms that are at the back part of the house.
It might take creativity if the guest room is in the back of the house. If this is your situation, before guests arrive, try to swap out the guest room for the home office or set up an inviting area that can be used as a temporary guest room toward the front of the home so that guests will feel welcome and your power position will be protected.
When determining your holiday table setting, always seat the head of the household at the head of the table. It’s also important to use fancy china because you are gathering with family and friends who are your most prized “possessions,” and who should never be served on paper plates.
Also if possible, avoid decorating with furniture that has sharp corners pointing to where everyone is sitting. The best furniture items would be round or oval tables, which naturally do not have edges. In Feng Shui, if furniture corners point a straight path to someone, we envision poison arrows shooting out of those corners and creating bad energy. You definitely don’t want to seat family and friends in that path of bad energy. Also, make sure there are no heavy decorative items that are above people’s heads because those decorations create nervous energy and encourage heavy conversations to flow.
Put all these tips to use and watch your holiday become a lot more harmonious!
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