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Feng Shui Tips

How to  enhance your everyday living!

http://www.knowfengshui.com/feng-shui-spirituality-tips/

2016 New Year Star Forecast

On this last day of 2015, I bring to you the New Year Star Forecast that I have created.

 

 

Happy New Year everyone!

 

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What is St Patrick’s Day ?

So this is the history , the hows and the whys behind this much celebrated festival.

http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/common/st-patrick-day

 

Have a fabulous time!

News feature about the Year of the Goat in Expat Living Magazine

Check out my new feature about the Chinese Year of the Goat in Expat Living Magazine!

http://www.expatliving.sg/body_style/horoscopes/Horoscopes-Predictions-for-the-Chinese-Year-of-the-Goat-74058.ece

Your Fortune in 2015 is available at all major bookstores in Hong Kong, Singapore & Malaysia!

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Your Fortune in 2015

Wishing  everyone a very blessed and Happy New Year! So I have fulfilled another dream;  that is making “Your Fortune in 2015” available  online!
These are the choices for  interested parties:
1) Buy your Fortune in 2015 in major book store in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
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About Your Fortune in 2015

YF2015coverAre you curious about what 2015, year of the Yin Wood Goat holds for you?
Do you wish to attract more success and good fortune?
Would you like to discover the meaning of the 2015’s Feng Shui elements and the Lunar Traditions practiced during this Lunar New Year so that you can begin this year more positively?

Start this Lunar New Year on the right note with Your Fortune in 2015 and discover:
• Customs & traditions related to Lunar New Year • Auspicious dates commencement of business in 2015.
• The Annual Flying Stars and their influences on your and the Feng Shui of your environment.
• All about the Goat Sign• The influence of the Grand Duke Jupiter of 2015 on the 12 Lunar Zodiac Signs
• Overview of your personal zodiac sign for 2015.
• Month-by-month zodiac sign predictions
• Feng Shui Guide to Property Selection

Your Lunar Zodiac Signs in 2015

It is official , my ebook ” Your Lunar Zodiac Signs in 2015″ is now available on Kindle!

2015 ebook cover

https://kindle.amazon.com/work/your-lunar-zodiac-signs-2015-ebook/B00QVMIK5I/B00QVMIK5I

Check it out!

Happy Mid- Autumn Festival !

blackmooncakeThe legend behind the Mid Autumn Festival varies but they all surround a handsome couple: Chang Er and Hou-yi. Hou Yi is the ancient hero who, under the order of the gods, shot down 9 of the 10 Suns that suddenly appeared in the skies causing disasters and chaos on Earth. After Hou Yi successfully completed his task, he met a beautiful young lady named Chang Er and the pair fell in love very quickly and got married.

The gods were very pleased with Hou Yi and rewarded him with an elixir of life so the he and his beautiful wife could have immortality. However, an evil man found out about the elixir, murdered Hou Yi and forced Chang Er to give up the elixir. Chang Er was devastated by her husband’s death and retaliated by drinking all of it. It is said that, after drinking the elixir, she became so light that she floated away into the skies towards the Moon. The Moon is known as “Moon Palace” by the Chinese and is described as a cold and lonely place. Chang Er chooses to live there because it is the closest to Earth, where she lived with Hou Yi. Legend has it that those who witnessed Chang Er floating to the Moon noted that she was most beautiful on this night. Subsequently she became known as the Moon Goddess who will bestow blessings and beauty on those who worship her. As a tradition, new toiletries and cosmetics are placed together with other offerings on the altar for her blessings on this night.

Celebrating Mid- Autumn festival, or the Moon cake festival, is still very popular today. Food that is synonymous with the Mid-Autumn festival is such as “Moon cakes” and pomelos. Traditional Moon cakes were filled with lotus seed paste and egg yolk only but today the filling in the moon cake can vary and the cake comes in all shapes and sizes. Pomelos are fruits that are harvested in Autumn in some parts of China and thus symbolize plenty and abundance.

It is a tradition to gift your friends, employer, clients and relatives moon cakes just before Mid Autumn festival. Reunion dinners or family gatherings are organized. In ancient times, dinners were served on the balcony, patio or in the open where people could recite poetry and gaze at the moon. It is an exciting time for children because, as part of the tradition, they are given lanterns to carry and play with in the neighbourhood.

Winter Solstice 2013

Winter Solstice is a big event for many cultures.   In ancient China, this day means that  farmers could lay down their tools and return home to their families. A feast would be prepared to mark the occasion.  A special dessert made of a sweet soup with Glutinous Balls is prepared and everyone is expected to have a bowl of this soup; known as Tang Yuan. This is also the day that they add a year to your age.

Today, I found an interesting article about Winter Solstice 2013, which is tomorrow (22nd December).
Let’s see what they say :

http://www.space.com/24014-winter-solstice-sun-movement-explained.html

Happy Winter Solstice!

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