Hidden Meanings of Body Moles

The Chinese believe moles can be lucky or unlucky depending on where they are located, what colour they are, and how large they appear in proportion to our body. A mole can be a...

Getting ready for the EARTH BOAR YEAR of 2019! 3 INDISPENSABLE TITLES FOR THE...

Mid-September and we are completing the three ANNUAL titles everyone will find indispensable. These books help you negotiate the coming year of the BOAR – you will find useful tips and excellent information on...

Tai Sui of 2019

The Tai Sui of 2019, the God that rules the Earth is also known as the Grand Duke Jupiter. Each year is ruled by a different Tai Sui and depending on who he is...

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....

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...

Moles and What They Say About You

The Chinese Almanac, also known as the Tung Shu, is commonly known as a book of auspicious and inauspicious dates, but there is so much more to the Tung Shu than that. It is...

Good & Bad Days To Cut Hair For July 2018

There is a little-known and rare sutra which reveals the consequences of cutting your hair on the wrong days – and the extraordinary benefits of cutting it on the correct day. The right and...

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...

“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...
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