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The Legend of the Phoenix and How To Use It To Activate Your Opportunity and Success Luck!



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By : Tenzin Pemo    99 or more times read
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Feng Shui. Just hearing those two words can pull the image of little Chinese men or women in red suits rearranging houses in order to help the chi flow through the house properly. The Hollywood stereotype is way off. Not all Chinese people know how to do feng shui, in fact, some of them even disdain the practice!

Often, though, professional people tend to hire feng shui masters in order to help clear out and harmonize their work or home space. You do not have to hire someone to feng shui your house. You can do it on your own, with a little research and some patience.

1) The Phoenix

Almost everyone has heard of the mystical phoenix before. If you had not heard of them from a mythology class, you certain know what a phoenix was after the Harry Potter series came out. Professor Dumbledore has a phoenix as a pet. Harry himself learns about phoenix from Dumbledore.

The phoenix is a mythical firebird. According to legend, it was supposed to live for anywhere from 500 to 1000 years and beyond, depending on which story you hear. The bird then burns and turns into ashes. Out of the ashes, a baby phoenix appears and is, more or less, the reincarnation of the old phoenix.

The phoenix has other abilities, such as the ability to heal humans. It is said that the tears of a phoenix have the ability to heal almost any wound. This would mean that whomever had a phoenix in his possession would be almost invincible. Because of the resurrection factor, the phoenix became extremely popular to the Christian crowd, representing the resurrection of Jesus Chris.

2) The Phoenix And Feng Shui

There are a variety of ways that the phoenix can be used in feng shui. Remember: feng shui is not set in stone. Every situation has specific needs in order to make the room flow, and the phoenix is only one thing you can add to your home, business, or garden, in order to invite opportunity and success into your life.

As it pertains to feng shui, the phoenix represents a few things. It represents summer, and warmth, an fire. It is the symbol of the Empress, who represents fame , and it is especially well-known for being the symbol of opportunity.

It the last celestial animal, and is one of the most drawn and well-known. It has been drawn on Chinese pottery for hundreds of years, and is meant to show all of the good things about being human. It represents luxury and a life of ease. Myths say that the phoenix will only appear when there is great wealth. When this occurs, long life and happy marriages are sure to follow.

3) Using the phoenix in the bedroom

The phoenix can be used in a variety of ways, depending on which room it is set up in. You can even set it up in your garden. For this instance, lets say that you are setting up your bedroom an want to use the five animal diagram in order to do so. Here is how you can do it.

First, you would want to have someone to protect you. The tiger would do nicely. Put a little table next to the right side of your bed with a tiger on it. He should be nice and low to the ground, so that he is ready to guard you. A dragon can be set up high, such as on top of a tall dresser. He should be on the left side of the bed to symbolize wisdom.

You will want to avoid temptation to put a chest at the foot of your bed and, instead, keep it empty except for the phoenix. He needs room to fly out in order to see opportunity for you.

The head of the bed should be tight against the wall, with a tortoise using his heavy shell to protect your back. While your bed should be against the wall, you should also be able to see the door. See it, but do not block it. You do not want to block any energy from entering the room. Also, try to not put your bed next to a window. You want the energy to be able to flow from the window to the door and vice-versa, and blocking the path is not good.

The phoenix is certainly a wonderful addition when you are trying to incorporate feng shui into your home. You can have him in almost any room, placed in the South corner of your bedroom or in the living room; and he will help you find success.
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