Wednesday, March 25, 2015


What is Yin Yang Symbol
The most well-known of Taoist visual symbols is the Yin-Yang symbol, also known as the Taiji symbol. The image consists of a circle divided into two teardrop-shaped halves one white and the other black. Within each half is contained a smaller circle of the opposite color. In a nutshell, Chinese Yin Yang symbols represent perfect balance. For example, evil results from an imbalance in Yin and Yang, and good comes from the two being in harmonic balance.
The meaning of the characters for yin and yang has more than just one connotation. Basically interpreted, yang means "sunny", so it corresponds to the day and more active functions. Whereas yin, means "shady", and corresponds to night and less active functions. According to yin yang philosophy the universe, and everything in it, is both constant and cyclical. One force dominates and then it is replaced by the opposing force. This activity continues constantly and repeats itself over time. 

Examples illustrating the philosophy of yin yang include:
Life and death
Heaven and earth
Night and day
Dark and light
Health and sickness
Poverty and wealth
Cycle of the seasons - Cold to hot
Female and Male
Passive and active
Tiger and dragon  

The Outer Circle
The outer circle of the yin yang sign represents everything in the universe and the universe itself. It encompasses the duality of everything that exists.

The Black Section
The black area represents yin with the following characteristics:
Feminine, Passive, Intuitive, Delusion, Moon, Dark, Cold, Submission, Contracting, Downward, seeking, Downward movement, Night, Soft, Stillness, Rivers.

The White Section
The white area represents the yang with the following characteristics:
Male, Active, Logical, Enlightenment, Bright, Sun, Light, Creation, Dominance, Upward movement, Strong, Hot, Expanding, Hard, Movement, Mountains

The Black and White Section Together
Together the black and white areas represent the interaction of the energies found in all things. They illustrate the cyclical nature of yin and yang and all that it represents.

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yin yang symbol
yin yang symbol

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Enhance your Relationships with Clear Crystal Balls

This family of six clear smooth rounded crystal balls (resembles the auspicious heaven luck number) is specially designed to foster loving relationships, ensures a smooth and easy ride through life for residents and create a harmonious family. In Period 8, due to dominance in earth energy, these 6 crystal balls become a very powerful energizer of auspicious star for good luck. Every household should have at least one set of these in the living room.The six crystal balls feng shui cure is considered especially auspicious till 2024 (period 8). You can use crystal balls to bring more harmony and balance to your home or office.

Uses of 6 crystal balls in Feng Shui
  1. Crystal balls are used for their energy of harmony and perfection owing to the spherical shape - considered the superior shape since ancient times.
  2. It makes perfect sense that the energy this cure will bring is a smooth, harmonious energy "encoded" with the feng shui energy of heavenly blessings.
Placement of 6 Crystal balls
  1. It is recommended that everyone should place six smooth crystal balls in the center of the house.
  2. This is said to bring in lots of wealth, good fortune and money to the family.
  3. The placement of six round crystal balls in the family area is the best way to dissolve tension within the home, especially when placed in the southwest and northwest area.
  4. Placed in the southwest, it would benefit the matriarch and romance luck, while in the northwest, it benefits the patriarch.
  5. Having round crystal balls suggests smoothness in relationships. The number six is a very lucky number representing heaven luck.
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6 clear crystal balls

6 clear crystal balls

Thursday, March 19, 2015


Kwan Kung is Chinese god of war, who is known for being very powerful. The Kwan Kung is believed to provide people who invite him into their home or at work with both status and protection. Businessmen looking for power or to be treated equally typically seek his help. Kwan Kung comes from a tale of China’s most powerful warrior. 

His original name was Kuan Di and he was a hero both on the battlefield and at home in his country. After a lot of wins and heroic actions he was known as a vital protector to emperors, politicians, businessmen and his armies. He was then given the name Kwan Kung or “god of war” because of his deeds. It is believed that because of Kwan Kung’s commitment to justice, that he stands up for the guiltless and righteous. It is recommended that you keep a Kwan Kung to protect against thieves and paranormal spirits. This figure is believed to protect wealth and not allow any evil or negative intent to ever get by him.

placement direction
Here are some placements or feng shui beliefs on how to best use the powers of the Kwan Kung:
  1. Facing Entranceway- It is believed that a Kwan Kung placed here will protect against fraud and embezzlements. This is believed to strengthen business relationships and build loyalty and trust among workers.
  2. Northwest - By placing the Guan Gong here, you are believed to be protected against lies and betrayal. This is recommended for businessmen, or business women who are in a position of power. This placement will attract luck with a mentor,This type of luck is believed to bring you someone who is successful in your industry and influence him or her in to giving you guidance.
  3. Facing the main entrance- It is believed that the Kwan Kung will help to keep out any visitors to your home who have negative or ill intentions.
*Never place a Kwan Kong in the bathroom, bedroom or never yin energy space; he must be in a place of respect. However, praying to him is not required.

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Kwan Kung
Kwan Kung

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


The bamboo plant is one of the most popular Feng Shui cures. In traditional Feng Shui, the bamboo is used to attract health, happiness, love and abundance. The Feng Shui bamboo plant is widely used in both home and office. The meaning of bamboo plays an important role as a living example of the Feng Shui elements of water, wood and earth. When you place this plant in the correct pot, it can introduce fire and metal to complete a balance of the five elements. This plant is one of the most recognizable and popular Feng Shui cures. It's an easy care plant that can survive in any kind of light. Feng Shui principles claim that bamboo attracts auspicious chi energy. Since the bamboo plant is strong, it can energize your home.

It can be use as a gifting option to anyone you wish good fortune, health and abundance. It grows towards the light, and can be easily trained into interesting, decorative shapes and need very less water and light to grow so it is the best indoor plant for your home or office. Bamboo plant adds luck and beauty in your life so it is very useful plant.For people focusing on career and business, it symbolizes success and growth.
How to take care of Bamboo Plant
  1. It is very much important to take good care of lucky bamboo so that it can survive for long. It is very easy to grow lucky bamboo. you need container, clean water and polished stones to keep the stalks upright. 
  2. Choose a pot or vase that is approximately 2 inches larger than the plant itself. It is good not to use the tap water as it contains fluoride but if you have no other choice than let it sit out overnight before using. 
  3. Change the water on regular intervals of time (once in a week or 15 days). Don't fill the container too full keep water levels at approximately an inch from the base of the canes. 
  4. Never put your plant in direct sunlight as too much direct sunlight can cause the leaves to burn. They will grow well under artificial lighting and normal household temperatures.
  5. If you find that leaves start to turn yellow than use filtered or distilled water and trim yellow leaves with a sharp clean scissors.
Placement of Bamboo Plant
  1. It is very much important to place the bamboo in right direction of your home or office. 
  2. The best direction to place your bamboo tree is east or southeast corner of your home as the Eastern section of the home or office represents family so place a Bamboo plant with three stalks in this area. 
  3. For inviting wealth and prosperity the plant should be placed in the wealth area of your home and to activate the positive energy Southeast direction is the best.
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Bamboo Plant

Tuesday, March 17, 2015


What is Feng Shui Abacus?
The abacus is an old calculator that was used in cultures around the world for many centuries. The It has the look of a rectangular board with several rods  usually ten or eleven  and many hardwood beads. As a feng shui cure, the feng shui abacus is usually made of brass; the golden look emphasizes the wealth aspects of this cure. Due to its history of clever working and problem solving, the Abacus is now a symbol of prosperity.

Benefits of Abacus
  1. It is used widely by people of high monetary position, such as entrepreneurs and corporation leaders.
  2. It will increase the income of businessmen, store owners and fiscal planners, ensuring that no amount of money goes uncounted.
  3. It will also benefit the careers of those involved with the stock market, banks, and trading industries.
There are several feng shui guidelines for the placement of abacus, mainly depending on which specific form is one's abacus.
  1. Carry a small abacus with you or to have one displayed in your business is thought to attract more sales, thus more money.
  2. If your abacus is a small keychain a popular interpretation of this cure then its use is obvious. Just clip it to your keys and wear it with you! The use as a keychain is popular with many feng shui cures.
 Feng Shui placement guidelines
  1. Display it in the Northwest area, the area related to benefactors, mentors and receiving heavenly help/blessings.
  2. Place it in your lucky direction for wealth. Best to display it in your lucky area in your living room or office; make sure to never display the abacus in the bathroom.
  3. If your career is connected to counting numbers, meaning you work in accounting, engineering or other such field, you can display the feng shui abacus in the Northeast area connected to personal growth and self-cultivation.
  4. If you own a retail store, you can display a golden abacus close to the cash register. It is not necessary to have it in plain site, but it is considered auspicious to shake the abacus at the beginning of each business day to activate its energy and attract more sales.
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Feng Shui Abacus
Feng Shui abacus Keychain

Monday, March 16, 2015


Mystic knot symbol
Mystic knot, one of the most often used symbols in feng shui. This knot symbolizes a happy and long life full of good fortune. Being a combination of 6 times the infinity symbol, mystic knot is also referred to as the endless knot or eternal knot in chinese it is also called “Pan Chang” knot. This mystic knot is one of the 8 magical auspicious objects in Buddhism. It indicates no beginning and no ending, reflecting the philosophy of Buddhism of endless rounds of birth and rebirth. As a feng shui cure, the mystic knot represents a harmonious flow of auspicious energy.

It is believed that the presence of the feng shui mystic knot will benefit every aspiration of your life, thus this feng shui symbol is often used in feng shui amulets for love, abundance, feng shui protection amulets, feng shui for career and other feng shui applications. Apart from being used to encourage longevity and prosperity, it is also commonly used as a symbol of everlasting love.

Mystic knot in Feng Shui
In feng shui, mystic knot is used to represent a harmonious flow of auspicious energy uninterrupted by any setbacks, misfortunes or accidents. Because of this, the symbol is often used in feng shui amulets for abundance, love and protection. This interesting design can be used to decorate wind chimes, make a clasp for a purse or to make a pendant for a necklace.

The mystic knot is also used as a symbol to protect against heart break, illness, suffering, accidents, misfortunes, danger etc. Rubbing the knot is also believed to help anger or fear to subside and allow for mental clarity. It is also recommended for people who are making their long journeys abroad as it will protect them from accidents, thefts and kidnaps. The mystic knot carved out gems like agate, jade and rose quartz crystal considered most auspicious.

Placement of Mystic Knot
  1. Mystic knot should be hung in the Southwest of your living room brings harmony and unity among family members.
  2. Displaying this symbol in the Southwest corner of your bedroom will enhance the relationship of the couple.
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Mystic Knot
Mystic Knot

Friday, March 13, 2015


Chi Lin is a mythical Chinese creature with the head of a Dragon, the body of a Horse, and the scales of a Carp fish. Also called the Dragon Horse, or the Chinese Unicorn, Chi Lin brings strong, protective feng shui energy with blessings of good health and prosperity. Chi Lin is very loyal to its owner and will protect the house from evil spirits. Chi Lin has higher royal status than other feng shui guardians. Each part of the other animal lends their power to Chi Lin and they are said to have the ability to walk on land and water. The Chilin is the ultimate representation of symbolic power because they show all these different elements in harmony to create a new being.

They are also called the dragon horse and share with the other symbols of Feng Shui the hope that their presence will enhance the owner’s luck and fortune. One of the common folk tales about the Chi Lin is that whoever dares to look into the Chi Lin’s eyes will be immediately brought happiness and good fortune. Other attributes assigned to their symbol include: confidence, fortitude, ambition, fearlessness, sound well-being and great endurance.

The Chi Lin's presence is said to attract the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, which promises good omens, prosperity, success, longevity, wisdom, compassion and illustrious offspring. In Feng Shui the Chi Lin has a very important role as a protector of your home or office. It is used to counteract the destructive energy of the Three Killings.  Placing 3 Chi Lin in the direction of the Three Killings will restrain and prevent the killing Chi from harming you. 

3 Chi Lins when wrongly placed
The Three Killings refer to three Violent Robbers; the combination of Age Killing (Sui Sha), Plundering Killing (Jie Sha) and Calamity Killing (Zai Sha), who inhabited the mountainous regions. When Three Killing are wrongly activated or disturbed it can bring about three types of misfortunes:
1- Financial loss/lawsuits, loss of wealth, robbery and theft.
2- Illnesses, blood related injuries
3- Accidents/arguments, calamities, destitution and fatalities.

Placement instructions of 3 Chi Lins
  1. Any form of noisy renovations such as banging and nailing, re-decorating, disturbing the earth, digging holes or foundations, or any maintenance work with noisy equipment inside or outside must be avoided in the section affected by the three killings. 
  2. One should also not sit with its back to the 3 Chi Lins.
  3. It is best to confront them directly. This means if it occupies the North then you must face the North. 
  4. You must not have North behind you.  Having the three killings behind you is asking to be stabbed in the back. 
  5. So you must always rearrange your furniture each New Year so that you do not inadvertently have the three killings behind you.
  6. The best solution is to arrange the living room & dining room furniture such that you never sit facing Grand Duke nor should you have three killings behind you.
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3 Chi Lins

3 Chi Lins

Tuesday, March 10, 2015


The metal turtle is very auspicious in feng shui. Its shell represents the genesis and secrets of heaven and earth. Fill the metal plate with water and place the metal Turtle in it. Turtle produces wonderful results to enhance career luck, longevity and health, wealth luck, family luck and education luck.

Turtle has a long life. That is why it is recommended to old people for increasing their longevity. Metal Turtle works as an aid in feng shui as it has tremendous power to balance and harmonize the environment around us.  Metal Turtle helps in removing negative energy around us

Uses of Metal Turtle
  1. For those who are plagued with chronic illnesses, metal turtle is a good cure.
  2. Metal turtle removes the negative energy.
  3. Metal Turtle provides the beholder with protection during sleep, repressing all negative energy and nightmares.
  4. It provides stability for your money.
  5. Use this turtle for long life.
Where to place Metal Turtle
  1. Position it facing the main door in the Northern corner of the home/ office or in your Sheng Qi direction to bring fortune and a good life.
  2. To create a sense of well being and long life for all family members, place metal turtle in the East sector of your house.
  3. To protect against dangers and prevent accidents for family members, place this turtle at your main entrance, facing outside.
  4. Do not place in the bedroom.
  5. It can be placed in your garden as well as an emblem of good health and longevity.
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metal turtle on metal plate

metal turtle on metal plate

Thursday, March 5, 2015


The Evil Eye is a very powerful, traditional protective symbol used in Feng Shui against harmful energy. The round shape and the blue color symbolize Heaven and Spirituality and the depiction in the middle either painted or in bronze represents a spiritual, watchful eye.It can be used for personal protection, for babies, animals, outside or inside the house in order to deflect negative energy.
The symbolic representation of the this evil eye is to attracts the viewer’s attention immediately upon entering the premises and neutralizes any negative energy they may have come with. This Feng Shui evil eye protection cure soothes the nerves and balances the emotions of the viewer and creates harmony and peace. Thus neutralizing any negative energy and converting it into positive chi which uplifts the environment and energy of your home.The evil eye is usually given to others who remain unaware.

Placement of Evil’s eye
Display the Evil eye protector in your home and office at entrance.
You can wear/use evil eye bracelet, ring, pendant, keychain etc.

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evil eye ring
evil eye
evil eye bracelet

Wednesday, March 4, 2015


The most common shape of a ingot is boat shaped, elliptic, oval, with a circular or oval little bump in the middle. A yuanbao is a small metal ingot that was used in ancient China as money. Being made out of silver or gold, the value was determined by weight in taels, which is a weight measurement, part of the Chinese system of weights and currency. Ingots were made by individual silversmiths for local exchange. Hence, the shape and amount of each ingot were highly variable. 

The amount of each ingot was detailed on its bottom, while the most common shapes were oval or square, but "boat", flower, tortoise and others shapes were known as well. Today- except for the fact that the Chinese currency is still called yuan and yuan translates to round as in the shape of a coin- imitation Ingots are a symbol of prosperity, income and /or wealth, frequently seen as design or decoration on items in connection with Chinese New Year.

This beautiful golden feng shui ingot has the images of dragon phoenix chasing the ball on both sides. The feng shui ingot is the symbol of wealth and money whilst dragon phoenix is the significance of harmony. Such feng shui ingot can bring prosperity.

Types of Ingots / placement / uses
Feng Shui Ingot
Feng shui ingot has the images of dragon phoenix chasing the ball on both sides. The feng shui ingot is the symbol of wealth and money whilst dragon phoenix is the significance of harmony. Such feng shui ingot can bring prosperity.

Liuli Ingot
This lucky charm has one yellow ingot which is made of liuli. The yellow ingot is the symbol of wealth and red tassel represents good luck.

Pair of Small Jade Ingots
Jade Ingot symbolizes wealth and prosperity. You can display this pair of the small jade ingots in one of the diagonal corners of your houses, office desk or shell.

Golden Basket
Golden basket filled of feng shui ingots represents wealth. Displaying something meanings of money, such as coins or ingot at home is believed to attract wealth.

Brass Ingots
Feng shui metal golden ingots are the symbol of wealth and money. Displaying them at home/office is said to bring prosperity chi.

Amber Ingot
The significance of feng shui ingots is wealth and money. This ingot charm is made of amber. Hanging feng shui ingot charm at home/office is said to bring prosperity.

Jade Ingot
Jade ingot charm is the symbol of wealth. You can hang it anywhere except bathroom to bring prosperity.

8 Jade Ingots
8 Jade ingots with red tassels are used to activate 8 white flying star. The 8 white flying star is good star in charge of wealth.

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8 jade Ingot

Amber Ingot
Liuli Ingot
Jade Ingot

Monday, March 2, 2015

Invite Good Health into your home

The authentic Wu Lou is a gourd fruit with the flesh inside carefully removed and then dried. In ancient times, the Wu Lou is used to store water or potions to keep travellers alive and thus was given the name of “giver of life” and subsequently became a symbol of good health. The Wu Lou is also believed to contain the elixir of health, vitality and immortality. In Chinese mythology, the Wu Lou is often used by Taoist monks and deities to suck and bottle up evil spirits into it, preventing them from doing harm. Hence the Wu Lou is a powerful Feng Shui cure to absorb negative chi of its surroundings. Its shape was replicated into brass (metal weakens earth)

The shape of a Wu Lou is believed to be a representation of Heaven and Earth united in miniature. The top half of the gourd symbolizes heaven, and the bottom half is earth. The use of the gourd by humans signifies the union of earth, heaven and mankind. Displaying a Wu Lou in and around the home is a very good way to enhance one’s Feng Shui. Many deities like Sau Sing Kung from the Fuk Luk Sau and Li T’ieh Kuai from the 8 Immortals, and sometimes the Laughing Buddha carry this wonderful item with them.

Placement of WU LOU
  1. The following are numerous ways that this fabulous Feng Shui cure and enhancer can be employed to achieve a better life.
  2. It is important to place the Wu Lou where the current annual and monthly #2 & #5 Flying Star is to counter the sickness energy brought by this star.
  3. Place a Wu Lou each on either side of your bed to improve your health luck and ward off illness energies, hence preventing you from any health problems. It can also be placed beside the bed of someone who is ill to speed up recovery.
  4. Display the Wu Lou in the Health corner in the bedroom based on your KUA number to enhance your personal health luck.
  5. Having a Wu Lou in the East of your home or living room is beneficial to the health of the whole family as the East sector is the universal Health luck corner based on the Pakua (bagua) Life Aspirations Theory.
  6. Carry a Wu Lou in your bag or hang one in your car to absorb negative and prevent bad things and harm from happening to you.
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Wu Lou