“Life itself is a blessing and we are much happier when we realize that life is an opportunity rather than an obligation.”
Being blessed is not usually a feeling that too many people have on a daily basis. And it is for that very reason that my husband believes that I am such a lucky person.
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.
I have just returned from a fabulous trip to Europe - the home of Geomancy. Traditionally Geomancy was known as the practice of identifying various ‘earth radiations’ impacting on human behaviour. However, it now seems to incorporate Feng Shui as opposed to being used as an additional service.
This voyage across the seas was purely business oriented - it was the International Feng Shui Congress held in Innsbruck, Austria. How could I not enjoy myself. Innsbruck is just glorious, with its mountainous surrounds and beautiful river rushing through the city. I managed to have an exciting and enjoyable time and made the most of every moment.
One of the more commonly asked questions is where did you learn Feng Shui and who is your teacher. Well this week I would like to take the opportunity to introduce my Master, Raymond Lo as he is going to be coming to Perth towards the end of August teaching Feng Shui and Destiny.
It was by sheer chance or should I say by ‘destiny’ that I came across Master Raymond Lo whilst I was on holidays. It was a fortunate moment because I was frustrated with what I perceived as a lack of genuine in-depth knowledge in Australia through various courses and publications available. After a