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Four Pillars of Dest

The four Pillars of Destiny is a traditional method of analysing human fortune.

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  • Days:   3 Days
  • Type:   Workshop
  • Presentor:   Grand Master Raymond Lo
  • Home is where the heart is and what could be better for the heart than to live a life filled with passion, purpose and abundance. Feng Shui can support this process.

    Why should cultured, modern society take an interest in an arcane system that has at its heart the challenge of proper placement? This includes the placement of your plot of land within the township or city environment, the placement of your home on that land, the placement of

    The Hungry Ghost Festival is celebrated on the 15th night of the seventh lunar month.This is not the western month (July) but based on the lunar month of the Chinese calendar. This system relies on the cycles of the moon phase. In the Gregorian calendar you will find that this usually means August.

    Life begins at the point of conception. This is true for the life of a human being, the life of a business, the life of a marriage, a partnership, a friendship, a city and even a home.

    The concept that our environment can support us in our specific endeavours in life arose more than 6000 years ago in China. It came in the form of what we now call Feng Shui, a science developed over many years of investigation and observation of nature. It is what underpins

    At the Foothills of the Himalayan Mountains; due to the location, depth and temperature, you will find the highest quality Salt Crystal formations. These are then used to fashion Salt Crystal Lamps.

    Studies show that we receive 56% of our energy from the air we breathe. According to a research summary report at the Institute of Biophysical Research, in Germany, the evaporation from the surface of heated Salt Crystal Lamps creates a stream of ions which deliver a surplus stock of ‘

    How to “design a feng shui nursery” is a good question.

    Bringing a newborn into this world is considered to be one of the most important events in our lives. That very ‘yummy’ feeling when you hold your fragile, innocent baby in your arms for the first time or……even when you are simply feeding or holding him or her in your arms. That ‘yummy connected’

    Symbology is very special to my heart. In fact, one of the more precious gifts I received is from my husband. It is a piece of artwork depicting in white jade, the Chinese dragon and phoenix. This hangs proudly in my office and for me, represents what I try to achieve daily for myself and others – the balancing of yin and yang.

    The Orient has always had a particular penchant for looking at objects and interpreting their hidden meaning. This is revealed by the prolific use of symbols and that these symbols are like a secondary language, rich in nuances that penetrate all communication.

    QDoes a canopy over your bed help or hinder? I have Indian silk saris draped over gold conduit with finials, so it is light and colourful. I also have a green wall behind my bed – it looks great but is it good Feng Shui? J Pusey

    AFrom your description I don’t see why the look of your bedroom would bring you bad fortune. In fact, what is more important is the position of the bedroom in relationship to the rest of the rooms. This is determined by the orientation of the home and when it was built.

    Thank you all so very much for your interest and questions – the response was outstanding. Some wonderful questions have been posed which will be answered in the next issue as an overwhelming number of queries were on ‘how to improve health’. Therefore this week we will look at the bedroom in relationship to health.

    The Flying Star method is considered to be the most potent and sophisticated practice of Feng Shui – particularly in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

    It is the only style of Feng Shui that takes into consideration the effects of time. Given its consideration of the time factor this particular method can accurately determine the likely events, both past and future, of a given building.

    In October of last year I was invited to present the topic of Feng Shui to the Cottage Gardeners Circle.

    I found a great deal of interest in how Feng Shui could be applied to the garden, symbolically as well as with the use of various plants. Hence, I thought some of you would be interested in how to ‘dress up’ the garden using Feng Shui.

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