The Feng Shui of Laughter

These are not easy times and many of us are feeling uncertain about our future.  At the same time, we know the old saying “this too shall pass.”  There is great wisdom in that little phrase.  If you look at the tai chi – the yin/yang symbol, you know that it is in constant motion.  The more light there is, the less dark and vice versa.  The tai chi is always turning and so at any given time there is a different amount of light and dark.

Feng shui is all about making energy (chi) flow and nourishing.  One of the best ways to do his is to watch the antics of our pets.  Or children.  They spontaneously know how to make us laugh.  And when we laugh, the weight of the day lifts and we feel good again. Conclusion?  A good laugh is positive Feng Shui!

Want something fun in a group?  Tell them we are going to laugh for five minutes.  Someone starts, and the other try to join in.  Pretty soon the entire group is in uproarious laughter and the five minutes pass very very quickly.  Everyone feels better, although their sides may ache a bit!  Laug’phter is ¬ precious – use it often.

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