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2010 Chinese Lunar New Year - The God of Wealth

One of the many wonderful traditions which are observed for the Lunar New Year is to welcome The God of Wealth, popularly known as ‘Cai Shen Ye’.  

This year on the eve of the Lunar New Year, several of my colleagues and I joined Grand Master Vincent Koh and his wife Nancy, at the Goddess of Mercy Temple in Singapore to welcome the arrival of the God of Wealth.

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The Masters are coming Down Under!

The months of May, June and July promise to be an absolutely brilliant time for all things Feng Shui in Australia, as one Master and two Grand Masters make their way down under to Melbourne and Perth to conduct a series of workshops and field trips!  Topics to be covered include Urban Landform, IV Pillars of Destiny and I Ching Divination!

Master Mas Kehardtham is the founder of the International Feng Shui Institute of Thailand and shines as a dedicated researcher, consultant and teacher.  Having spent 3 decades decoding secrets of Feng Shui & Chinese Metaphysics, he is an authority on the subject of Space, Time and Qi and is the only Feng Shui Master who has verified the 'Auspiciousness of the San Sha Theory' by using more than 1,000 real life case studies.

 
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2012 Year of the Water Dragon Update

Whilst recently taking a break on the lovely Sunshine Coast in Queensland, I finally found myself with time to reflect on yet another very busy and fulfilling year. As most of my friends, colleagues and clients know I spent the previous 3 years living in Singapore and studying at the Singapore Feng Shui Centre under the wise guidance of Grand Master Vincent Koh.

GM Koh and GM Lo

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Gong Xi Fa Cai and Happy Chinese New Year!

Singapore is a great place to celebrate the Chinese New Year and as part of the cities many festivities, I was asked to do Bazi Readings for the general public at the Singapore Flyer!

Augustine Tay & Janene at The FlyerGrand Master Vincent Koh from the Singapore Feng Shui Centre recently completed some re-design work on the entrance, access and public spaces of the Singapore Flyer complex and he invited several of his students, (myself included), to undertake readings during the festive season.

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May, June, July and August have flown by so quickly!

May, June, July and August have flown by so quickly that I can’t believe it has been nearly four months since I last updated my Blog. Before you know it Christmas will be upon us and we’ll all be wondering where the year went!

During the first week of May Master Mas Kerhartham (founder of the International Feng ShuiInstitute of Thailand)paid his very first visit to Melbourne and instructed a group of us in his Advanced City Landform Master Class. 

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Chinese Astrology or BaZi

 

 


You’ve probably heard of astrology – most people know what their zodiac sign is, after all. But did you know that there’s Chinese astrology as well, and it plays an important role in our lives?

The Four Pillars of Destiny is a system of Chinese solar astrology, which has been used in China for around 1000 years. Unlike western astrology, which is a lunar system and based on the placement of ten planets in the twelve zodiac signs and twelve houses, Chinese astrology, or Tzu Ping, is based on the order of the universe.

It uses the Chinese system of the five elements – fire, earth, metal, water and wood – and twelve animal signs to ascertain a person’s general characteristics, energy dynamics, and favourable elements.

You’ve probably heard of astrology – most people know what their zodiac sign is, after all. But did you know that there’s Chinese astrology as well, and it plays an important role in our lives?

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Herald Sun - Living in Harmony Reaps Rewards

heraldsun 19 dec 2010
VICTORIAN home owners and buyers are increasingly turning to the age-old practice of feng shui when finding and setting up home. 

The Chinese have long believed the design and decor of a home can bring its occupants financial prosperity, health and good luck. Feng shui has been building in popularity in the West since the 1990s and its consultants here said business was booming, especially in the eastern suburbs, the destination of choice for many Asian buyers moving to Australia. The practice strives to use the physical environment to create balance and harmony in a home, inviting in positive energy and bringing with it success, romance, health and money. Philip Webb Real Estate principal Philip Webb said about one in five clients he dealt with was seeking properties with good feng shui. "You can have a beautiful house at the right price and in a fantastic area, but if the feng shui isn't right they certainly won't buy it," Mr Webb said.

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Mind Body & Soul - Feng Shui

 

Feng Shui can positively affect our health by helping us to select and arrange a harmonious living space that will enhance and support our mind and body.

Do you feel a little run down, or not quite right? Dont just blame it on the latest virus that’s going around. It could actually have something to do with your home. Feng shui is the ancient Chinese science that studies the influences of our environment on our health, relationships and prosperity. Literally translated, it means wind and water. Janene Laird is a feng shui consultant from Shen Chi-Feng Shui. "Feng shui can positively affect our health by helping us to select and arrange a harmonious living space that will enhance and support our mind and body.

"In feng shui, we believe that different kinds of natural life force energies, or qi, exist in our environment and that they affect our physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual wellbeing. Some of them bring us good fortune while others may cause ill health and misfortune. We call these invisible energies ‘flying stars’.

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