The other day a friend showed me a feed on his Facebook about a mother who went to her daughter’s tomb. The mother took pictures of the tomb while she was embracing the tomb. This bothered me because what she was doing is attracting a lot of bad chi.
I believe I’ve mentioned in my previous posts that it is better to cremate a person, because a tomb will create a Feng Shui energy that will certainly affect the family of the deceased and the future generations. This aspect of Feng Shui that deals with the tomb is called Yin Feng Shui, and personally I don’t want to deal with it, it is much more difficult aspect of Feng Shui. Cremating a person will devoid any form of chi or energy thus in Feng Shui it is a preferred mode of internment.
However, as mentioned this mom took pictures of her visiting the tomb of her child and posted it on Facebook. This should be fine if one wants to share her feelings to friends and families who are abroad, but I think embracing the tomb is a little too extreme.
Generally speaking in Feng Shui taking pictures of a tomb creates bad energy, it is literally copying and/or duplicating the Yin energy of the tomb. Needless to say, that is bad.
This mom went a little further, she lied on top of the tomb and acted like she is embracing the tomb. What she is doing is fully absorbing the yin energy of the tomb, which is a very bad thing to do. You might think or say that she is only a mom who misses her child so much that she embraced the tomb because she feels that the body of her child is in the tomb. This may be true, but at the risk of sounding cruel or heartless, it still doesn’t change the fact that no matter what is your religious belief the person is no longer in there, the ‘body’ has become an empty vessel!