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Thank you so much for all your advice. We really appreciate it. It is a difficult time for us right now as our dog is very sick, heart problems and cancer of the liver.
However, interestly enough his bed is in the East with a red cushion. On your advice we have made changes.
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Next Year is the Year of the Goat which is my year so hopefully things will start to turn around. Kind Regards. I hope everything goes well with you and your dog and wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and all the best for your Dog, Patricia. Hi Daniel, thanks as always for all the useful advice. Just read article about best area to place trees, decorations etc, unfortunately the southeast is the only area I can put my Xmas tree, is there anything I can do to lessen any possible negative effects?
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Many thanks and best wishes to you all Karen. The Christmas tree will be good for the annual 3 star and the inherent element is of the southeast is wood so I would introduce some blue decorations and if you are using a real Christmas tree, I would submerge the tree in to a bowl of water which is apparently very good for a tree anyway and by introducing the water to the southeast, you will be creating a Sheng cycle where metal feeds water, water feeds wood. The areas to avoid placing your Christmas tree in December with regards to the annual and monthly flying stars would be in the east, south, southeast and centre of a room or building.
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Added March See what March has in store for you with this accurate […]. Skip to content. Please follow the links below if you wish to find out more about Chinese New Year Share Pin 2. Hi Mary, If you can, I would recommend trying to get the tree in either the south or southeast as this will be a lot easier to control and use the energies.
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Kind regards, Daniel. Hi Penny, To change the period of your home, you need to replace the whole roof so I would say from what you have told me, the home is still the original build date. Have a great Christmas and New Year, Penny. I have a question. I see there are some comments from Or is it?
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While the classic, postcard-perfect Christmas setting has its charm, the fact of the matter is that Christmas decor can have as much variety as there are homeowners, with plenty of room to mix and match to suit your own aesthetic. Adopting a theme will keep your home in harmony for the holidays. When it comes to colours, Buchanan suggests opting for either one or the other of the classic red and green — then selecting other shades as complements. Add burgundy or blush, fluorescent or hot pinks to your reds; set aqua, dark green and turquoise alongside your rich greens.
Margolin echoes this advice, suggesting updating red and green with shades such as hot pink and light green for a different take.