Month: September 2015

Learn the Feng Shui Do’s and Don’ts of Gambling

Known by the world, the Chinese are a superstitious group of people and there is always a lot of Feng Shui or rather superstitious thinking and behaviour that have become parts of the Chinese culture that is believed to boost your luck during gambling. Under-mentioned is a list of Chinese gambling superstitions and taboos for your reference. 1. Wearing red (preferably a red underwear) and go to a casino – This might sound a bit funny to some people, but the Chinese believe in this particular superstition because in the Chinese tradition, red color is a symbol of joy and good fortune so it is believed...

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Office Table Placement Feng Shui

Applying basic Feng Shui principle on a desktop is is the easiest but it is also the hardest to be implemented for those people who “love to work in a messy way.” In this article, we will be covering some desktop feng shui tips to get your energy flow pumped up! Let’s visualise your table into a bagua map because it better helps to understand your desk and Feng Shui to your benefit. PositionRepresentationSuitable ColorBest to Put 1Wealth and AbundancePurple and GoldLiving plant, Cleaning running Water fountain (great motion to generate wealth flow), calculator and any item that symbolize...

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Is Main Door Facing Lift Door Good or Bad Feng Shui?

Are you having the situation of your main door facing a lift door? From the perspective of Feng Shui, the opening and closing of the lift door seems to indicate the mouth of tiger waiting to prey. There will be disharmony in the family and even cause more prone to accident and operation. Beside this, it also cause the energy to disperse and cannot be gathered, this will cause difficulty in accumulating wealth. From the scientific point, it can also cause health issue to the family members because there might be a lot of people or pets using the lift that might carry...

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