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  • Days:   3 Days
  • Type:   Workshop
  • Presentor:   Grand Master Raymond Lo
  • 01 Sep

    A HAPPY HOME

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    EVERY women wants a happy home - somewhere where she can relax after a hard day at work without any negativity. One way of ensuring a harmonious home life is through the ancient Eastern belief of Feng Shui, according to leading consultant Juliana Abram.

    Feng Shui is all about good design and allowing the flow of good Chi (the essence of life or energy of life) throughout the home. Juliana has spent considerable time in the study and practice of authentic Feng Shui and has been privately trained by Chinese Feng Shui Master Raymond Lo.

    She does consultations for individuals and said when most women are asking about Feng Shui in their home, they ask for ways to ensure two main aspects - a great relationship and financial security. ""Most often, they forget about health,"" she said. ""Health is extremely important, because if you don't have your health, you can risk damaging relationships... and you can't work, so you can't ensure financial security."" To ensure good health, there are three main things you should do in your home, Juliana said. Firstly, make sure that your bedroom is well located within the house, which can depend on the orientation of the home and when it was built.

    Juliana said Feng Shui mostly depends on having a good front door and bedroom. Secondly, ensure the bed head is resting against a solid wall. This assists in a good night's sleep.
    Lastly, do not have any mirrors reflecting any part of the bed, or the body when you are in bed.
    This last point also ensures a good relationship - a reflecting mirror will attract a third party into the relationship.

    For financial security, ensure the entry and living area of your home are auspicious.
    Arrange furniture so that it is looking at and welcoming prosperity, rather than turning your back on it. There are also many objects and trinkets you can place in the home that can be particularly beneficial. For example, the concave metal Ba Gua is a powerful form of protection for your home.
    The trigrams are arranged in the potent heavenly sequence to protect you and your family from evil forces. The concave mirror will turn any offending objects upside down, further reducing the strength of the unwanted energy. The Ba Gua should never be placed inside the home - it is meant for external use only. The bronze-look Quan Yin will ensure a calm environment, one that is clear of illness, disappointment and arguments.

    Objects such as these are available from Juliana by calling 9321 8888.

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