Common Dreams and What They Mean

Most times we rarely remember our dreams, but when we do, they can give insights into issues that have become embedded deep within us, and offer solutions to dilemmas we cannot solve while we...

The Tai Sui of 2021 – General Yang Xin

In the practice of feng shui and astrology, an important location to take note of each year is that of the Tai Sui. The Tai Sui, or God of the Year, is said to...

Meanings Of Colours To Enhance Your Feng Shui

Colours represent the five elements of feng shui, but they are also indicative of sacred energies that are associated with the deities, worldly gods and celestial realms that can lift your mood beautifully. WHITE is the...

Nurturing the 8 Aptitudes Just Like the Pa Kua: There Are 8 Sides to...

Everyone has the potential to rise to the highest office and attain the most meaningful of accomplishments. It is not just about being clever or lucky; it is about how we nurture the greatness...

The Master Square of 81

The Master Square of 81 extends the analysis of changing energy patterns in buildings and takes the practice of time dimensional feng shui into deeper, more subtle magical territory. Practitioners of Flying Star Feng...

Body Feng Shui with Tattoo Symbols

Where and What to Ink to Strengthen Personal Luck Ink in a powerful single word tattoo onto your inner wrist to activate the creativity and intellect within you. Choose the wrist of the hand you...

Give Your Baby a Lucky Name

A rose by any name does not smell equally sweet. Nor as well endowed! These days, the world is turning increasingly esoteric, and with the imminent arrival of another very important new baby –...

9 Life Changing Ways To Bring New Chi Energy Into Your Home To Jazz...

LIVING WITH GOOD FENG SHUI is very much about getting fully acquainted with the ART OF PLACEMENT and working with the SYMBOLS of good fortune according to the different formulas of Feng Shui and...

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

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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