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Published on January 31st, 2022 | by Lois Kramer-Perez


Lessons from Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year shows up every year between mid-January and mid-February, depending on the lunar cycle. This year ,it arrives on February 1. It is better to begin when we are able than to give up and do nothing; it’s always the right time get started.

Our relationship with ourselves is the core of all relationships, so get inspired to feel positive, energetic and ready for new beginnings. On Chinese New Year Day or the first day of a new month to set the tone:

  1. Upon waking, say the first words we speak with love and sweetness to ensure love and sweetness every day in the new year, new month or new beginning.
  2. Refrain from yelling, crying, fighting or speaking of negative, hurtful things.
  3. Reach out to someone that we haven’t spoken with in a while and say a cheery hello.
  4. Wear something new, including some red to invite prosperity, recognition and fun.
  5. If working, do so with an attitude of gratitude, enjoying tasks and feeling how everything is moving along smoothly, easily and prosperously.
  6. Celebrate this new beginning sharing time with loved ones, choosing what we want to create more of in this new year, month or new beginning.

Lois Kramer-Perez is a certified feng shui practitioner and master teacher. For more information, call 201-906-5767 or email Lois@LoisKramerPerez.com.

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Lois Kramer-Perez is an intuitive feng shui practitioner based in Paramus. For more information, call 201-906-5767, email Lois@LoisKramerPerez.com or visit LoisKramerPerez.wordpress.com

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