In all my years of teaching feng shui, i have often encountered many questions about interior design. Unfortunately, due to the increased public interest in feng shui, comes increased superstition about feng shui as well.
KUCHING: Feng Shui master Joey Yap believes that one's good fortune is the combination of preparation and opportunity.
Those curious about their opportunities for wealth, love, health and happiness in the Year of the Rabbit may be surprised to know their fortunes staring at them in a mirror.
It will be a year of scandals. Divorce rates will go up, so I believe divorce lawyers will be very busy.
Did you know that authentic Feng Shui could be applied in your homes to create an opportunity for more wealth to trickle in? These are difficult times and people are struggling to make ends meet. Everyone's looking for a safe and effective method to improve their lives, without resorting to expensive gadgets or tricks. Joey Yap will show how Classical Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology are powerful tools that can be used to discover individual capabilities, and translate dreams into actual goals.
Often, people associate wealth with food and as such, sometimes I am approached by clients who are so paranoid about every design aspect of their dining rooms to the point where reason is abandoned, and their perspective of Feng Shui becomes more superstitious than scientific.
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Is your career thriving? Is your bank account growing exponentially or your love life flourishing and bringing you fulfilment and happiness?
In the field of classical Feng Shui, a main door which directly overlooks a flight of descending stairs rates as one of the most inauspicious signs for the occupants of the home.
In our previous article, we illustrated how missing sectors affect different occupants in a household. For example, a missing Southwest sector affects the mother of the house, while a missing North sector corresponds to the middle son. To further recap, a missing sector occurs when a significant chunk of the floor plan is not present - if you imagine the entire floor plan of the house to be a square piece of cake equally divided into nine parts (called the 9 Palace Grid). Next, stand in the approximate center of your house with a compass in your hands - this will tell you the direction of each sector.
Most Feng Shui enthusiasts have heard of the term 'missing sector', but what does it actually mean? Look at the floor plan of your house. Superimpose an imaginary three-by-three grid onto the entire plan and examine if each sector if fairly proportionate to one another. This is called the '9 Palace Grids' of your house. Each sector, if you use a compass, has a different significance to each family member.
To do well in life, one has to understand how people operate. Even in financial markets, buyers and sellers are made up of different sorts of people, all experiencing different emotions at the same time.
The study of Feng Shui can be traced back to the ancient Chinese philosophy. History has it that Feng Shui has been practised since the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) and had previously been used by the Chinese Imperial Family.
One woman made international headlines when she was personally handpicked and crowned the winner of the "Guess? Timeless Beauty International Model Search" in 2004.
In classical Feng Shui, the aspect of time is just as crucial as the quality of your external land formations. 'Time' in Feng Shui can be divided into long-term and short-term, and usually the idea of 'long' can span across a few generations! To achieve this kind of long-lasting positive Feng Shui effects, however, would require locating a spot with superior mountain and water formations.
Confidence alone does not make a women attractive.