Watch Your Feet!

The Chinese believe “cold arises from the feet” and “a person’s aging starts from the feet”. The feet are the source of hidden troubles for premature senility and pathological changes in the human body....

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...

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...

Plants Bring Powerful Energy Into The Home

When flowers bloom and fancy leaves look waxy, it means your home energy is thriving, vibrant and healthy. Plants add a powerful life chi that is beautiful, inspiring and soothing – they add life...

3 Creative Ways To Incorporate Ephemera In Your Journals

The word “ephemera”, in its true essence, is used to describe common paper-based items usually intended for one-time or short-term use. Generally discarded, these seemingly unimportant things are not normally considered collectibles or keepsakes....

Powerful “Eye From The Sky” That Is Mid Valley City

This aerial view of Mid Valley City shows the symbolism of the "EYE" clearly evident. Those who have come to Kuala Lumpur for any of LILLIAN TOO's Feng Shui or Paht Chee Courses will...

28 Superstitious Taboos

These are some of the more common “taboos”, of living that are the superstitions of our belief systems. The motivation behind these cultural prohibitions is always good, but superstitions usually defy conventional logic. Should...

Climbing The Snowcapped Mountains Of The Himalayas

By Charok Lama Rinpoche A once-in-a-lifetime journey to the peaks of the world reminded me of how small we are, and of how big a change we have brought to the world. The power of...

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...

Take A Chill Pill: Beware The Perils Of Overplanning

by Lulu Lee The Reluctant Feng Shui Practitioner Whenever Feng Shui comes up in conversation, you always find people who say that they do not believe in, or at least do not practice Feng Shui because...
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