December 16th, 2010

There are 9 different kinds of Feng Shui energies and are symbolized by numbers from 1 to 9. Some of these energies are good and some are bad. These energies changes position from year to year, monthly and even daily. Therefore, it is benefits us to know the reallocation of good and bad energies at the beginning of each year, so that we can take necessary precautions if some bad energy happens to arrive at important locations of our residence or office. The following are the yearly Feng Shui energies in the year of Rabbit (2011) begins 4-Feb-2011. Read the rest of this entry »

Ridding Ourselves of Stress

December 14th, 2009

In this modern world, people are constantly saying, “Life is too stressful!” How can we rid ourselves of stress? The following are some recommendation for you to relieve yourself of stress by Grand Master Hsing Yun. Read the rest of this entry »

Fate, Luck and Feng Shui Interaction

November 14th, 2009

Chinese culture is deeply rooted in the belief of Fate and Luck. The notion that one’s fate is basically set on the day of birth gives rise to what is called Heaven Luck. It is Heaven Luck-Fate or Ming – that decides whether one is born into a poor or rich family; or born with mental disabilities or physical deformities; or just born normal. Read the rest of this entry »

Creating Your Happiness Base

October 23rd, 2009

Not many people can really define happiness, except to say that it is a state of mind. Happiness is the absence of unhappiness, the absence of pain and the absence of sorrow. More than that, happiness is a deep-felt joy that rises from somewhere very profound inside you, then it rumbles forth, surfacing upwards into your consciousness, causing you to break into smiles. To stay happy, here are some ways to create happiness base. Read the rest of this entry »

Set Yourself Up For Great Good Fortune

October 10th, 2009

To set yourself up to receive great good fortune, the mind has to be receptive…

  • to success if you want to become successful,
  • to wealth if you want to become rich,
  • to good health as a way of life if you want to be healthy and
  • has to be accepting of happiness if you want to be happy. Read the rest of this entry »

Overcoming Depression

September 6th, 2009

Depression is characterized by extreme sadness, a sense of hopelessness and despair. It is caused by a variety of “lack factors,” including lack of sleep, lack of nutrients, lack of light, and lack of love. Adrenal exhaustion, cold and damp conditions in the body, and hormonal and chemical imbalances can also contribute to depression. Read the rest of this entry »

The Five Elements and Your Personality

August 14th, 2009

Feng shui draws its understanding of human personality from its diverse roots in Chinese culture, which is replete with numerous forms of astrology and divination. While Chinese astrology and divination are not integral parts of feng shui, they draw upon many of the same concepts and one of them is the Five Elements Personality that reveals the Read the rest of this entry »

Feng Shui and Your Health

August 11th, 2009

Feng shui does not generally offer specific cures for medical problem; instead, it helps you create a beneficial, peaceful environment in which you are more likely to remain healthy. But although there are no explicit cures for individual diseases, certain aspects of feng shui do concern particular regions of the body. Each major organ of the body relates to a specific element. When you develop problems in an organ, you may be lacking adequate nourishment from its corresponding element, or you may be living with too much of the element that controls it.  Read the rest of this entry »

How to Transform Problems into Happiness

August 7th, 2009

Suffering happens to all of us. It seems to come without warning, no matter how hard we try to avoid it. We assume it is bad, and do everything we can to push it away, and when we can’t we suffer even more.

So, how to transform problem into happiness is what we need to know and here are the advices from Lama Zopa Rinpoche.  Read the rest of this entry »

Life’s 3 Treasures…What is it??

July 21st, 2009

It is the three sources of energy that embellish our existence: that is, heaven (tien), earth (ti) and man (ren). Some call this luck; others call it qi. It can be viewed as the breath, the essence or the life force of existence. It can manifest itself either physically or spiritually, and it can subsist at different planes of consciousness.

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