A few blog articles ago I wrote about how base on experience “THE LAST SUPPER” is considered bad Feng Shui. However, today I would like to share with my Catholic readers on what to do should you want to practice Feng Shui but can’t put traditional Feng Shui charms or use Taoist or Buddhist images. Especially those who think that amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel goes against your religious belief.
Please note that first I don’t intend to degrade these Catholic images into mere tools for personal luck, they are much more than that, but what I’m saying is Feng Shui is universal and with a little research these images can also be use as Feng Shui remedies.
Please note that the images that I have included here are those that may have Feng Shui significance base on their images. It doesn’t necessarily mean that it is considered as such by the Roman Catholic church.
However, as mentioned before you can still pray to your Christian God even if you have amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel.
You can read the articles here:
- Can You Still Pray to Your Christian God Even If You Have Feng Shui Charms and Amulets?
- Can You Still Pray To Your Christian God Even If You Have Feng Shui Charms and Amulets? (2): A Perspective From A Christian Reader Whose Family Had So Much Vajrapani Ruel Stories.
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