August 2008 updates

The monthly updates for Flying stars and Chinese animals have been uploaded towww.fengshuiweb.co.uk I hope you enjoy reading them.. Kind regards Michael

 

 

One Response to ‘August 2008 updates’

 

1. Elena Says:

August 13th, 2008 at 1:15 am

Hi Michael, I like your blog and your view of life, but I have something to ask you about. 1.There are so many feng-shui schools and sometimes they recommended different things to do in a very different directions. Which way is good to use? Before I tried to follow Compass School, now I read about Flying stars…Please, help me to understand and get some peace for my soul. 2.Is that correct then to have a water in your garden in NE for 16 years to come a very bad luck? We build a little cute pond there with fish and we love the water in our backyard. There is no other place for water in our garden. Please, can you give me some advice to keep the water and not to ruin our luck. Thank you very much for your great job to build this site and to help people. Wish you the best, Elena, California

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