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8 WAYS TO FILL YOUR HOME WITH POSITIVE ENERGY
Home & Garden
Hang a Hamsa In many cultures, the hamsa (also called the Hand of Fatima) is believed to provide defense against the evil eye. Hang one on or near your front door--it can't hurt!
Decorate with Pyrite Pyrite is said to create a defensive shield against negative energies, environmental pollutants and emotional and physical attacks. Try including a hunk of pyrite on a book shelf or as a paperweight to bring on the positivity and the bling!
Burn Sage! Throughout history people from many cultures have burned white sage to enhance positive energy, cleanse ones living space and invite protection. It's Latin name salvia -- also means "to heal." Burn dried sage to cleanse a space...
Spray Sage! When you purchase new (or old!) items for your home, spray them with sage spray to cleanse the items of any negative energy the item may carry into your home.
Add lucky leaves! According to the principles of feng shui, a lucky bamboo plant attracts auspicious chi energy. Try placing one near your front door and bunching multiple sticks together in one vase for even more good vibes.
Turn on a Himalayan Salt Lamp! Salt lamps attract humidity and when heated with an incandescent bulb, it accelerates evaporation, which produces negative ions which combats air pollutants. I know -- it's all science-y, but basically, they're really good for you. And, if that's not enough,
the light produced by the lamps is said to increase relaxation, and decrease stress.
Burn Frankincense Frankincense promotes calm and peace. It’s used to relieve stress and anxiety. Use the incense sticks or the essential oils, too.
Add Jasmine The smell of jasmine is thought to help with matters of love and friendship, and can help to bring out peoples inner-beauty. I love the Dyptique home scent, but try using jasmine in stick or essential oil form as well.