What’s in a Souvenir? The Feng Shui of Souvenirs

What’s in a Souvenir?

What’s in a souvenir? Every item in your home has its own Feng Shui. Let’s explore the Feng Shui of Souvenirs.

Where do souvenirs come from? 2 sources:

  1. Things you got when you where traveling.
  2. Things that someone who traveled brought you as a gift.

For this reason, souvenirs can either hold memories of past times, or hopes for the future.

Where to place a souvenir in your home depends on whether it is related to your memories or to your hopes of travel.

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Where to Place Souvenirs

When looking for a place for a souvenir, follow these guidelines:

  • If it was a gift from a person who loves you and has your best interests at heart, but it came from a place you do not wish to visit, place your souvenir in the Children, Creativity and Fun midpoint (7 in the graphic below).
  • If it was a gift from a person who loves you and has your best interests at hear, and it came from a place that you would love to visit, place the souvenir in the Helpful, Spiritual Life and Travel corner (6 in the graphic below).
  • If it was a gift from a person you dislike, or who dislikes you, do not keep the souvenir, regardless of whether it came from a place you would like to visit or not.
  • If it is a souvenir that you got during a trip, and have great memories of it, but no plans to go back, place your souvenir in the Health, Family and Community midpoint ( 3 in the graphic below).
  • If it is a souvenir that you got during a trip, and have great memories of it, and would love to go back, place your souvenir in the Helpful, Spiritual Life and Travel corner (6 in the graphic below).
  • If it is a souvenir that you got during a trip, but your memories from it are bad, or if you are no longer in a relationship with the person with whom you traveled, then than souvenir is emotional clutter. Let it go.

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What great memories of trips do you have? What places would you love to visit? Share below in the comments section, if you wish or join the Facebook Group: Feng Shui Journeys (you need to be logged in to your Facebook account to be able to do join the group)

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One Comment:

  1. Remember to share here your memories of trips or your hopes for trips. Part of manifesting a trip, is to turn the idea of going on a trip into a possibility by talking about it and writing about it. These are very small first steps you can take!

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