Love might mean not ever having to say you're sorry, but learning to
effectively apologize is a tool that can help you build your best life
ever. But what if the person or people you need to apologize to
represent an issue too deep for you to handle? What if the wound is so
great, or the specter of apologizing is so sensitive, that you can't
quite get up the courage to ask forgiveness? Then it's time for a Feng
Shui cure that fits this bill perfectly. First you need to write the
name of anyone involved on a piece of white paper with green ink. White
represents purity and innocence and green is for healing. Fold the paper
in fours and place it inside any lidded glass or crystal receptacle.
Once inside, completely cover and immerse the paper in honey. Shut the
lid tightly, and place on a counter in your kitchen. Every night, for
nine consecutive nights, place a small white candle either next to or on
top of the jar and light it. For the few minutes that the candle stays
lit, send forgiveness and love to whoever's name is written on the
paper. Blow the candle out until it's time to light it again the
following night. On the last night allow the candle to burn all the way
down and then dispose of it in a brown paper bag outside of your space.
Then sit back and wait for the perfect opportunity to offer the perfect
apology and bring balance and love back to your life. I'm sorry, but
there's no better Feng Shui forgiveness than this.