3 Ways to Freshen Up Your Space for the Lunar New Year Using Feng Shui

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The Lunar New Year, fondly known as Chinese New Year, falls on Friday, Jan 31st in 2014. The year of the water snake will come to a close and the year of the wood horse will begin. According to the lunar calendar, this occasion marks the beginning of spring. Similar to the solar new year, it is a time to celebrate new beginnings and starting fresh. In feng shui tradition, we don’t look backwards so much as forwards. How can we welcome the best energy at this time?  The best way to do this is to do a little new year space clearing. Here I’ll share with you three steps to clear your space and make room for some positive chi!

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by Anjie Cho