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If from dating to marriage, starting a new family and having children is a journey, then who has the map? BaZi is the answer.

Wednesday, 29 October 2008
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The answer is We all have the maps. Each one of us has our own map. We have the map from the first day we reached this beautiful world. Not like any other journey, the map cannot be changed and will follow us wherever we go and whenver we are. The map is called BaZi or Patt Chee our Four Pillar of Destiny in English term.
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If from dating to marriage, starting a new family and having children is a journey, then who has the map? BaZi is the answer.

Landform (Shapes and forms) Interior Design - Feng Shui tips. Part 8 of 8

Tuesday, 21 October 2008
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The proper analysis of Feng Shui should always be done for BOTH “Internal” and “External” environment. Only with the understanding of what’s happening outside can we then implement a better judgement and recommendation of the best possible internal layout. Which areas are then the most important sectors to consider? It would be the Main Door, Kitchen and Bedrooms. The main door is the most critical factor as it is the channel through which "Qi” is being received into the house. The kitchen is another most active area therefore, we need to understand what energies that being activated. Bedrooms are our rest place in which most of us spend at least 8 hours.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms) Interior Design - Feng Shui tips.  Part 8 of  8

Landform (Shapes and forms) Exterior Environment - Analyse the Feng Shui of your surroundings. Part 7 of 8

Tuesday, 14 October 2008
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The effect of “External Environment’ is far greater than “Internal Environment” because firstly, it is much larger and secondly, it is the actual source of cosmic energies. From the external, these energies or “Qi” is then received into our internal environment through our main door, doors and windows. Therefore, as long as the external environment is negative, no matter what you do with internal environment, the influence is only minimal.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms)  Exterior Environment - Analyse the Feng Shui of your surroundings.  Part 7 of  8

Landform (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Perimeter Wall. Part 6 of 8

Monday, 6 October 2008
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In landed property, we normally see perimeter walls. Perimeter walls provide us with a sense of protection and we feel much safer, have more privacy, fell cozier and relax staying in such houses. However, many of us forget or just do not bother about the fengshui of our perimeter walls. Is these walls important? Yes, it is. General rule is that rectangle and square walls are preferred.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Perimeter Wall. Part 6 of  8



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