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Personal Feng Shui Adjustments

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Feb2013

In Feng Shui, each Chinese year represents a combination of a specific cosmos Qi and earth Qi. Chinese Feng Shui masters pay special attention to the changes in the cosmos Qi and earth Qi from year to year because of its impact on a person’s fortune. In 2013 it is the year of Gui Si […]

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Jan2012

The year 2012 is Chinese Dragon Year. “Dragon” is just a symbolic name for this year. In the Chinese calendar, 2012 has a formal name called “Ren Chen”. According to Feng Shui, 2012 is the year of water. What is the meaning of the year of water? In Chinese calendar, each year is named by […]

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2. The second step is to check out a person’s living/working environment and then apply Feng Shui techniques to make appropriate Feng Shui changes. The consultant will determine if the environment has good earth energy that produces good influences (we call good feng Shui) to clients, or the environment has bad earth energy that produces […]

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What is authentic Chinese Feng Shui? Chinese Feng Shui is a systhesis of classical Chinese philosophic, geographical and astrological knowledge. Its purpose is to understand our destinies and improve our lives. How does Feng Shui work in a person’s life? The first step is to understand a person’s destiny: According to Feng Shui, a human being […]

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Tiger:  Persons whose zodiac animal is Tiger may face some challenges in this month. which indicates that caution should be always considered with any decision. And it is better not to make any significant changes in your life. It is a good idea to associate with people born in the year of the Snake, or […]

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Most American have learned something about the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac and also about the practice of Feng Shui.  However, you may not know that the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac is a part of Feng Shui.  Each animal represents a unique universe magnetic power in control for a particular year; for […]

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Adjusting the Qi in Your Health Fire energy controls summer, and it influences everything in the universe. Thus, this Qi energy influences health as well. According to the health science of Chinese Feng Shui, metal energy is associated with lung, wood is associated with liver, water is associated with kidney, fire is associated with heart […]

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Five Phases Chinese Feng shui describes both how nature, living environment, and human beings interrelate and how this process directly influences people’s lives.  According to Feng Shui, how you arrange your home and how you adjust your daily life activities may affect the flow of positive vital energy, called Qi, in your bodies and living/working […]

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