I was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia recently to attend a conference. While I did not have time to do some sightseeing, my host took me out for an early dinner on my first day there. As we were en route to the restaurant, we passed by a small Taoist temple, and in front of the temple is a series of houses that are all abandoned. I was not able to take picture because traffic was light and we didn’t stop. But my host who is familiar with me writing this blog asked me why did the houses in front of the temple had such a bad luck.
The answer was simple, because at their gates they have spikes directed towards the temple, so in a way they’re sending poison arrows to the temple, this becomes an aggressive act against the temple and so they sort of “fighting” with the temple. In fighting the temple who do you think would win? Having said that it is pretty obvious and clear why they attracted so much bad luck even if they were in front of a temple.
Writing this so that you will be more conscious on what to put in front of your house so that you don’t create “war” without you not even realizing it.
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