Mitigating the Three Killings in 2022

DEALING WITH ANNUAL FENG SHUI AFFLICTIONS THE 3 KILLINGS IN 2022 The 3 Killings is one of the major annual afflictions requiring our attention before the start of each new year, as it brings three types...

Meet the Tai Sui of 2022 – General He E

Tai Sui ruling the Year of the Water Tiger The Tai Sui, also known as the Grand Duke of Jupiter, is one of the most important stars a Feng Shui practitioner takes note of each...

Bonsai: The Art of Creating Trees in Miniature

Like pampered pets and trophy wives, BONSAI can be high maintenance, expensive to acquire, difficult to control and frequently in need of mollycoddling. You never know how they will turn out. Are they good...

Hungry Ghost Month and the Star of Yin Gate

Updated 6th August 2021 The Hungry Ghost Month this year is starting from the 8th of August until the 6th of September 2021 so the Chinese believe many hungry ghosts wander around the human realm bringing...

Gemstone Bracelets: A Girl’s New Best Friend

They look cool, they feel good, they attract all kinds of good vibrations - yes, the latest IN thing these days are gemstone bracelets also known as Buddha beads. Wear them any size, any...

In Search of the Perfect Sphere

Crystal or glass spheres represent completion, the realization of all possibilities. To carve a perfect rock crystal sphere one must cut away a mass of crystal, which can be as much as ten times the...

8 Reasons Why You Should Wear a Feng Shui Bracelet

Feng shui bracelets bestow the wearer with all kinds of wonderful benefits. Depending on what you need them for, they can be made from rare wood, precious gemstones, and metals like gold and silver,...

An Eight Step Program To Revitalize Your Home

After a period of time, the energy in your home is bound to get tired. You therefore need to revitalize and enhance the energy if your home is to continue bringing you good fortune. Step...

Good Days to Re-start Work & to Travel During the Year of the Golden...

Chinese New Year marks the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar. It is also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, and celebrations last for 15 days....

The Legend of Chinese New Year Day

The Chinese have celebrated the start of every lunar New Year since 2000 BC. In the past, celebrations were held on different days under different emperors. In recent times however, the first day of...
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