Feng Shui and Doors…

Leave your comments by clicking on this link… Forget about placing three legged Toads, Buddha’s and making your home or office look like a Chinese restaurant (unless of course you are a Chinese restaurant) and concentrate on the Feng Shui essentials that are so often overlooked. The main entrance door is probably one of the most important areas of a home or office, it is where the qi (ch’i) enters the building and the quality of the qi is dependant on the quality of the door area, hall and driveway.Qi (energy) enters the building through doors and windows. However, the front door of ... continue reading

Chinese culture, etiquette & protocol, a must read…

A superb artical on everything you need to know about Chinese culture, etiquette, protocol, visiting, doing business and communicating in or with China. I was born in Hong Kong and I know that there are many protocols, values and traditions that the Chinese hold close and since I still travel a lot in Asia on Feng Shui consultations and teaching. Follow this link for More details…   Responses to “Chinese culture, etiquette & protocol, a must read…”  1. Derek Says:July 12th, 2007 at 11:11 pmThis is a superb bit of work, so interesting and so many things i would ... continue reading

“If it ain’t broken don’t try and fix it”

Dear MichaelI recently had a feng shui practitioner visit my home and after three hours of her being there I felt like I was living in the worst house in the world. She told me because the front door was lined up with the rear door it meant we would always have money problems. Our car parking area at the front of our home was blocking any energy coming in. The drains outside the front ran from left to right or whatever she said meant that my husband would be unfaithful and arguments and disputes within the family were inevitable, the list went on.We have lived in this home for almost ... continue reading

July 2007 monthly updates

Just a quick note to let you know that the monthly updates, almanac, twelve animal and Xuan Kong flying stars have been uploaded on the main site, click here to view them. I am now back from my travels for a few weeks so hoping to get some posts on this blog in the next few days.   Responses to “July 2007 monthly updates”  1. Snoskred Says:July 4th, 2007 at 4:57 amHi, Just dropping by to let you know I’m going to mention your site as a good reference for info on Feng Shui in a blog post I am writing about Feng Shui, sometime over the next couple of days.I want ... continue reading

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