2008 has some pretty grim conflicts in elemental energies and also some severe element shortages, but we put you in the know so you can correct with antidotes and feng shui cures. That’s what this magazine is about, and also what Lillian Too’s Feng Shui Extravaganzas will go into greater depth and detail on. Her exciting annual road show this year takes her all the way to Hawaii and London and begins in Singapore’s Suntec City Convention Center on 6th Jan followed by her appearance at Kuala Lumpur’s Convention Center on 13th Jan. Lillian has spent the past months painstakingly studying the charts of the new year and discussing with old masters from Hong Kong and Taiwan to bring news that while the coming year looks grim in terms of political upheavals and natural calamities, it is nevertheless a year awash with fabulous opportunities to create real wealth! Come to the Extravaganza and let her tell you more!
Meanwhile, for your reading pleasure we have amassed a wealth of information on how to make the most of the coming year. We bring you Style Wardrobe Must Haves that run from investing in a brand new watch (to mark the start of the new calendar cycle) to crimson wallets that generate the much needed fire energy that boosts your financials. And for the house, don’t forget to update your CURES to ensure you do not get hit by annual afflictions. Also read what the Earth Rat Year brings to each of the animal signs.
In our features section, we examine the charts of two of today’s most influential women, Hillary Clinton and Camilla Parker Bowles – the former is aiming to become the first woman president of the United States while the latter is hoping to ascend the British throne as its next Queen. Can they make it? Read and find out what their charts say. We also put the microscope on some of Hollywood’s celebrities whose problems and dysfunctional relationships seem endless. We suggest feng shui solutions which our readers might also find useful.
For the feng shui enthusiast, there are plenty of technical articles for you to sink your teeth into. Chris Yeo discusses fitting feng shui into a workable design for any built environment; Peter Lung talks us through a consultation for a client in Florida who wants to expand her home, while Lillian Too explains the feng shui relationship between the main door and the gate.
If you missed the 20 episodes of the latest TV offering “A Taste of Good Fortune with Lillian Too”, aired on Astro’s Jia Yu Channel 304 in December, we bring you selected recipes from the Show. Lillian hosted the show in Cantonese for her Chinese-speaking audience, but her English-speaking fans can look forward to a sub-titled version coming out soon on DVD in the near future (watch this space for more details!).
Finally, do check out Lillian Too’s latest book “Flying Star Feng Shui Made Easy ” in which are revealed many never-before released secrets. This is advanced feng shui written in a very user-friendly way, with plenty of instantly applicable information to improve your feng shui.
We wish you a very Happy Chinese New Year. May the twelve months of the Earth Rat bring you tons of plentiful prosperity and happiness!