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The Dragon is the ultimate auspicious creature, which brings yang energy, protection and abundant good luck. With the presence of the Dragon in your home, you are able to enjoy good fortune luck that comes your way. Invite the Dragon into your home and dot his eyes so he comes alive.
With the current unstable earth energy and natural disasters around the world, it is vital to protect ourselves against all manner of bad luck when about to embark on a journey.
Lights and feng shui go hand-in-hand, for there's no better enhancing agent than fire energy... and lights represent just that. Whenever you illuminate an area with light, you are activating the area and imbuing it with precious Yang Chi.
With Christmas round the corner, thoughts turn to getting suitable gifts for those we love and care for. ARTHUR YEONG highlights some important feng shui taboos associated with gift giving.
Place a red packet of eight coins under a mat just outside the front door. This will attract good fortune to enter the home.
Clutter in the feng shui world has become synonymous with stuck energy. Clutter produces stagnant chi that undermines otherwise good feng shui, and can prevent even the most powerful cures from manifesting the desired results.
Sit facing your personal Fu Wei direction when you are studying, and if possible, during examinations. Carry a compass with you to determine your auspicious directions. Fu Wei offers excellent education and personal development luck. Some masters also refer to it as the "wisdom" direction.
When there are too many doors in a row, it symbolizes too many mouths in the household. This creates bickering and fighting among family members.
Giving and receiving gifts is a wonderful exchange that shows we care. One would think that any gift that is given from the heart is good. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. An inauspicious gift is bad news no matter how noble your intentions are.