Feng Shui Tips

Lucky Bamboo Feng Shui

Lucky Bamboo Feng Shui

Lucky Bamboo Feng Shui for Fame Luck Fortune. This year there are plenty of fire and earth elements which let people have an unclear mind. The Study & Fame Star flies to the South side of your home and workplace. To put four Lucky Bamboos in a Feng Shui water vase will increase your wisdom for(…)

Lucky Relationship Star

Lucky Relationship Star

This year the Lucky Relationship Star is at the North-West part of the house or the office. To get lucky in love and relationships by placing a big glass or a vase of water with a winding music box next to it. Wind it at least twice a day to boost your love and relationship.(…)

Nine Purple Stars

Nine Purple Stars

The year of the Nine Purple Stars also called the Joyful Event Star flies to the center part of the house. To put 9 red flowers ( plastic flowers also OK ) in a red vase can promote your luck in relationship, marriage and having a baby. This is also the second Wealth Star to(…)

Chinese Ching Ming Festival

Chinese Ching Ming Festival

Chinese Ching Ming Festival is coming. To pray to the ancestors is one of the important events to keep the family luck say – the harmony of family members, the good relation of couples, birth of new born child. The family should do a simple but solemn ceremony to pray to the ancestors at least(…)

Flying Star 2018

Flying Star 2018

Flying Star 2018. This year’s Wealth Star travels to the South-East part of your home or business make sure you have the right Feng Shui setup to increase wealth and fortune. Place a water feature of moving water will increase your wealth luck. Make sure the water is flowing towards inside the house increase your Feng Shui(…)

Lucky Fortune through the Year

Lucky Fortune through the Year

Lucky Fortune through the Year.  In Chinese Traditions on the Lunar of January 26th is 「Kwun Yin Money Lending Day. People from 8 directions attends to different temples to pray to Kwun Yin ( Buddha of Compassion) for lucky fortune through the year. The ceremony starts the very early morning and it’s usually very busy on(…)