Amanda Collins practices the ancient Chinese art of arranging objects in a way that creates balance and good fortune, and says Christmas decor is not exempt from the rules of feng shui.
For example, she advises setting up your Christmas tree in the center of your home, because in feng shui, the center of a home is considered its heart or Tai Chi.
She explains, Its where the family gathers and the love flows, which creates positive energy.
Collins suggests trimming the tree with red ornaments, which represent fire a warm, tender element in feng shui.
Bells and angels also make good feng shui ornaments because they represent peace and harmony.
Collins says the positioning of the ornaments on the tree isnt a big deal, just as long as the order makes you happy.
To spice up your holidays, she recommends putting two Poinsettia plants which symbolize love and passion in the Southwest area of your home because thats the romance direction.
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