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Wind Chimes

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

I love wind chimes I have several inside and outside.

Wind chimes exert a powerful influence on the flow of universal energy or Chi. Wind chimes diffuse negative energy and stimulate a positive healing energy.

Power in Placement

The musical tones of a wind chime will also slow down and disperse excess energy.

If you have a long straight path to your door, hang a wind chime near the entry to slow down overzealous guests and strangers. This vibrational break of energy created by the wind chime will evoke cheerfulness and pacify harmful energy.

Wind chimes are great in the garden as they move the positive life force of the living plants and flowers to your other surroundings and into your home.

Hang a small wind chime in a child's room to protect and, as an added bonus, slow down their abundant energy. Hang one in the basement where stagnant conditions can attract negative spiritual energy. Hang a small wind chime above your front door to improve the disposition of all that enter your home. Move a wind chime into an area where illness or injury occurred, harsh words were spoken or harmful actions were taken in order to clear out the negativity.

Mystic Eight

Metal wind chimes work best for invoking protective, healing energy. The mystic knot wind chime has the added benefit of the most powerful symbol of protection: the Three Chi Lin.

In China, the Three Chi Lin is also known as the Chinese unicorn or dragon horse. It was traditionally used to guard and protect the home. The mystic knot, also called the lucky knot or the love knot with its interwoven figure eight, will bestow upon you love, good fortune, luck and health.

Hang your protective wind chime in the northwest sector of your home or property to attract helpful people and friends and, thereby, increase your luck and blessings. The vibrational healing your one small wind chime sends out into our chaotic world will radiate back to you 1000 fold.
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    love this...love wind chimes...love YOU JXO!!!
    I have them ALL AROUND my house... :-)
    wish i had you there too!!

    love you so!
    stephi :-)
    2007 days ago
    Thanks for that . I have some in my hallway, which i call them my burglar alarm as unless you know they are there and duck, heads will hit the chimes . So to friends they are welcome to others a warning! emoticon
    2013 days ago
    I love my windchimes. I have a great sounding one on my front door made out of antique silver flatware. I have one hanging for the cats "to play music" on.
    My favorite though is a large harmonic chime I have hanging outside on the back corner of my house just where the head of my bed is.
    The other night I was releasing some anger to the Universe in a mental puff of smoke and at just that moment one of the harmonic chimes sounded. With NO wind at all.
    There of course is no coincidence :):)

    Thanks Julie for your Great blogs!

    Love you,
    2013 days ago
    Their music can be so peaceful!
    2013 days ago
  • BRADMILL2922
    I do love the sound of wind chimes on a breezy, cool fall day!
    2013 days ago
    I love wind chimes and have a few, now it all makes sense. I have a bamboo wind chime that I also love the sound of.
    2013 days ago
  • no profile photo SUEPERWOMAN

    I enjoy wind chimes too. Their sound is SO lovely! emoticon
    2013 days ago
    I also have love and have wind chimes.. I didn't know all this wonderful information about them .. Just have always felt peaceful and calm when I hear them. ..In fact I almost bought a new one tonight .. Now I just may go back and get it :)

    Awesome !!
    2013 days ago
    I like wind chimes but for no reason at alli don't own any. Thanks for the information. emoticon
    2013 days ago
    Thanks for the info emoticon
    2013 days ago
    Sound is powerful
    2013 days ago
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