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Feng Shui Basics for Your Christmas Tree

feng shui Christmas Tree resized 600With Cyber-Monday, Black Friday, and the appearance of Santa Claus in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, the holiday season has officially begun.

You may be getting your Christmas tree over the next few weeks -- and wondering how a tree in a corner of their living room or family room will affect the Feng Shui in your home or apartment.

That's a wise question to ask, since a Christmas tree -- life chi, along with the wood element -- will change the Feng Shui balance in a room. In addition, you'll be adding a lot of electrical energy with Christmas lights, shiny balls and other brightly colored ornaments.

Yang Energy and Your Feng Shui Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree is yang energy. And yang energy in the wealth trigram of the home or in the center is a good thing -- but too much of it can be overwhelming. During this time of year when many people feel rushed and stressed, the Christmas tree lights can cause too much visual and mental stimulation, adding to anxiety levels.

With this in mind, try to reduce the clutter and confusion that surrounds the Christmas tree to create a more balanced space. You may want to take a look at your tree and follow the “less is more” theory; decorate with a single color of lights, and place only those ornaments that hold special meaning, or that you really love, on your tree. You may even consider a themed tree with just a few colors, like the kind you see  in department stores. There's a reason those trees are so appealing -- they appeal to our aesthetic sense with a kind of balance you rarely see on Christmas trees in people's homes.

Ornaments You Love

You may have a lot of ornaments you truly love, or maybe you really like the busier look of a multi-colored tree because it reminds you of the tree from your childhood. That's okay, too; just use care when selecting the ornaments for your tree. Use only those that you love and that bring you joy when you look at them, maybe even carry fond memories of Christmastimes past.

If ornaments carry negative memories or you just don't like them anymore, donate them to someone who can use them, give them to goodwill, place them on Freecycle, or find some other way to get rid of them. Use the same method for evaluating Christmas ornaments as you do other objects in your home.

Keep a sense of balance in mind when you place and decorate your tree, and you'll find it becomes a meaningful gathering space and a strong symbol of this happy season.

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