Neutralize Neighbouring Buildings That Harm Your Home

Although most of us are stuck in our present location and it is usually quite hard to counter bad energy in the external environment, it is better, nevertheless, to be aware of anything that...

Twins: Can Their Destinies Be Different?

Science defines identical twins as two individuals who have nearly the same genes being genetic replicas of each other. In medical terms, identical twins are known as “monozygotic”, which occurs when a single fertilized...

When Your Eyes Twitch Or Your Ears Itch

According to the Chinese Almanac, the sudden twitching of our eyes or the itching of our ears are in reality signs coming to us from the Cosmic Universe. The messages can be negative or positive...
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Maximizing House Luck Using Eight Mansions

The Eight Mansions formula is not just a personalized formula but also reveals the luck distribution in any home. Every building can be categorized as one of the eight types of houses, based on...

Eight Directions Feng Shui: Activating The Pa Kua And Its Trigrams To Attract Good...

LILLIAN TOO revisits the PA KUA, the principal symbol of feng shui, and explains how its eight sides signify eight kinds of luck. The compass is essential to applying this method and those wanting...

6 Ways to Strengthen Earth Chi in Your Home

An easy Taoist feng shui way to enhance the quality of energy in your home is to strengthen its Earth chi. Earth chi is so important that in the old days, this was almost...

9 Rules To Live By…

The dreaded time has finally arrived, I officially turn forty this month. I never used to be bothered by age, but I have to admit that I started this year feeling slightly apprehensive about how...

“The Doorway Effect”: How Doorways Affect Your Brain The Moment You Walk Through Them

It happens to all of us. You walk downstairs because you left your pair of reading glasses in your study. As soon as you get downstairs, you forget about your glasses and instead start...

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...

Good Days To Re-start Work & To Travel During The Year Of The Earth...

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....
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