Golden Christmas decor
My favourite christmas ornaments 😍
These golden beauties are a part of my christmas tree decor every year!
The golden color sits well with the abundance meaning of the tree and balances the fire element that is presented in the red ornaments. ...and for the christmas of 2020 I recommend pink decorations and present paper too to support much needed love💗
If there is a lot of red, use white to soothe the energy.
Christmas trees from the earliest times were symbols of bounty. Early trees were decorated with fruits, nuts, and flowers. Later on cookies and other foods and candles were added. A star or angel was placed on top of the tree since both were in the night sky the night Jesus was born. Lights were added to symbolize the stars of the heavens.
People in the Northern Hemisphere used evergreen plants to decorate their homes, particularly the doors, to celebrate the Winter Solstice. On December 21 or December 22, the day is the shortest and the night the longest. Traditionally, this time of the year is seen as the return in strength of the sun god who had been weakened during winter — and the evergreen plants served as a reminder that the god would glow again and summer was to be expected.
The solstice was celebrated by the Egyptians who filled their homes with green palm rushes in honor of the god Ra, who had the head of a hawk and wore the sun as a crown.
In Northern Europe, the Celts decorated their druid temples with evergreen boughs which signified everlasting life. Further up north, the Vikings thought evergreens were the plants of Balder, the god of light and peace. The ancient Romans marked the Winter Solstice with a feast called Saturnalia thrown in honor of Saturn, the god of agriculture, and, like the Celts, decorated their homes and temples with evergreen boughs.
What ever it is that you choose to celebrate, the ornaments on your tree can assist the Chi in your home.
The best place for the tree is in your fame bagua. Read the post for more info on that🌲