Seize vibrant Qi from your environment to improve your people and wealth luck by applying your Feng Shui arrangements.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017
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山官人丁水官财 ~ Mountains Govern People, Water Governs Wealth

This phrase refers to Mountains and Rivers, the important principle in Feng Shui - Yin and Yang in perfect balance and equilibrium before you can achieve success in life. This is about People Luck and Wealth Luck. It goes hand in hand, you cannot have the one without the other.

~ You need to have mountain and/or water at the right place in order to create balance and equilibrium and to achieve both wealth luck and people luck. This can be achieved by knowing where to put them. * This formation is only applicable for some houses and not all.

For some lucky houses, you can have three periods channeling their vibrant Qi to support each other, have the numbers for grow and success. This will improve your house Feng Shui tremendously.

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Seize vibrant Qi from your environment to improve your people and wealth luck by applying your Feng Shui arrangements.



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