Welcome the New Year and the Potential for Blessings

Happy New Year 2020!

I hope you’ve been having a wonderful holiday season and are feeling ready for the new year! It’s been a pleasure to stay in touch with you and to work with those of you who are also my clients. I look forward to continuing our connection in the coming years.

Winter is a quiet time of dreaming. In this quiet place, what vision do you see for 2020? 

What support do you need to help you realize your dream? The new year always brings the potential for new possibilities and positive change, rooted in the seed of your winter dreaming. You can ground your intentions by adjusting the Feng Shui of your living and work space and move the energy flow in the direction of your dreams. You can literally ‘sow the seeds’ of your intentions and blessings in your home and on your property.

The Chinese New Year is on January 25th and it’s the year of the metal rat.

So this ‘new year energy’ continues for the rest of this month. Chinese tradition recommends that you clean your house and complete unfinished projects before the Chinese New Year. This tradition also recommends specific rituals to cleanse out the old, stagnant energy of your home so you can properly welcome the new year and the potential for good fortune and blessings. If you’d like to learn how to bring in the new year in an auspicious way using ritual and Feng Shui contact me and I can help you in-person or over Skype. 

In contemplating what to write in honor of the new year, I thought my blog “Start Your Year Clear By Decluttering” was worth mentioning. It’s got some helpful reminders about this time of year. I was grateful for the reminder myself! Click here to read Start Your Year Clear.

If you live locally and would like to take your intentions for the new year to another level of healing and transformation, consider working with me for Plant Spirit Medicine. 

This gentle hands on spiritual healing modality helps people find purpose and meaning in life, offers relief for anxiety, stress and depression, and opens a door to a deeper connection with ourselves, our loved ones and with Nature. I’d be happy to speak with you to explore how this medicine may be helpful for you.

Wishing you many blessings of joy, love, peace, harmony, good health and prosperity in the new year! ~Megan

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