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Posted on January 27, 2017 by Qi 气 on BaGua, Design, Energy, Feng Shui, Health, Hong Kong, Living, Love, Mindfulness, Qi, Yin

Enter the Yin Fire Rooster

Kung Hei Fat Choy! 恭禧发财 Roosters are interesting creatures traditionally associated with awakenings. As we officially welcome this protective farm yard icon let’s take a closer look at the energy, life-force or Qi 气 that it carries into 2017. The Yang Fire Monkey brought a substantial amount of chaos and disorder throughout 2016. As the […]

Posted on August 18, 2016 by Qi 气 on BaGua, Balance, Change, Chinese Culture, Confidence, Design, Feng Shui, Growth Mindset, Harmony, Health, Interior Design, Living, Mindfulness, Outer Space, Positive Psychology, Positivity, Prosperity, Qi, Relationships, Self-esteem, Space Clearing, Transformation, Wellness

Positive transitions

The full moon in Aquarius this evening marks a positive change for those who wish to align with it’s forces. Your self-confidence will flourish and in turn will result in progress professionally as well as deepened relationships and better overall health. As we transit towards a new eclipse cycle starting September 1st this astronomical surge of […]

Posted on February 8, 2016 by Qi 气 on BaGua, Beauty, Change, Children, China, Chinese Culture, Chinese New Year, Colour trends, Creativity, Design, Economy, Energy, Ethics, Fashion, Fashion forecasting, Fashion Trends, Feng Shui, Five Element Theory, Food Energetics, Growth Mindset, Harmony, Health, Hong Kong, Human experience, Industry, Interior Design, Irish, Irish Business and Trade Development, Irish Economy, Irish export, Irish Retail, Kindness, Love, Meditation, Metaphysics, Mindful Eating, Mindfulness, Mindset, New beginning, Nutrition, Pantone, Philosophy, Property, Prosperity, Qi, Reflection, Seasonal Foods, Space Clearing, TCM, Transformation, Travel, Wellness, Yang, Year of the Monkey, Yin

Enter the Yang Fire Monkey

Kung Hei Fat Choy! 恭禧发财 Monkeys like to embrace a challenge and tease us with their inquisitive nature. As we officially welcome this creative and clever animal let’s take a closer look at the energy, life-force or Qi 气 that it carries into 2016.   The departure of the yin wood Goat can be unsettling […]

Posted on December 21, 2015 by Qi 气 on Architecture, BaGua, Beauty, Design, Energy, Feng Shui, Irish, moon, Newgrange Ireland, Qi, The Universe, Winter Solstice, Yang, Yin

Winter Solstice at Newgrange

Dark retreats before the calculated caress of sun’s brightness. Winter’s hand pulls back from a small ancient chamber; light intensifies. For a few minutes, brilliance scatters kisses before light recedes. The night must return, and we can draw light into dark times if we try. Poem by Mary Mills. Written in Dr. Sylvia Baer’s online […]

Posted on June 28, 2015 by Qi 气 on BaGua, China, Chinese Culture, Eastern Philosophy, Feng Shui, Qi, Taoism, The Eight Immortals

Lucky charms

Classical Feng Shui suggests utilizing cures and charms to enhance luck, health and prosperity – they are said to attract beneficial energies called Sheng Qi. Some of these remedies may require a scavenger hunt to find traditional Classical charms and objects such as wind chimes, flutes and Hulu’s. As a non – Chinese practitioner of […]

Posted on April 3, 2015 by Qi 气 on BaGua, China, Confucius, Digital, Feng Shui, Five Element Theory, Hexagrams, Metaphysics, Qi, Travel, Trigrams, Yang, Yin

Connected – Bill Gates, the I-Ching and binary code

01010011 01100101 01100001 01110100 01110100 01101100 01100101 The word ‘Seattle’ represented in ASCII binary code Binary code was first introduced by the German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz during the 17th century. For many years he tried to find a system that converts logical verbal statements into purely mathematical ones. He came across a […]

Posted on February 13, 2015 by Qi 气 on BaGua, Design, Feng Shui, Hong Kong, Living, Qi, Year of the Sheep

Couplets 春联

‪Love‬ // L‎uck // Longevity ‬// ‎Health‬ ‪// Peace‬ Chinese calligraphy and couplets to welcome the ‪New Year of the Wood Goat // Sheep // Ram. Traditionally hung in the North or North East facing door of the home. A couplet is ideally profound and yet concise, using one character per word in the style of Classical Chinese. Commonly […]