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The Danger of Exposed Beams and How To Cure It!

Published Abril 24, 2017 by jptan2012

CPA2Exposed beams are one of the greatest error or Feng Shui blunders that I see in offices or homes. Sometimes the owners for aesthetic reasons intentionally expose them, sometimes, it is economic. But having beams is really bad because it because a series of poison arrows and acts like a multiple slicer of your chi.

Some of the effects of having beams are:

  1. Financial, wealth and money bad luck.
  2. Health concerns, it is common to have migraines. One of the worst cases I have seen is somebody who had cancer because of exposed beams.
  3. Disharmony in the place, which may lead to separation if it’s in the bedroom of a couple.

Some of the extreme cases may lead to:

  1. Violent deaths of a member of a family. It may be thru homicide because of attempted burglary or homicide due to fighting amongst colleagues.
  2. Total Loss of wealth.

The best solution is not to have it and take it away. Some people will put a small cloth on top of their bed (as seen on the photo) but this is a temporary solution. It is like chopping a vegetable with a cloth on top, it will make it harder but it will soon still be chopped.CPA

Again the best solution is to take it away, or cover it. Second best solution that may be more economical for some is to put 3 tumbled stone amethyst and a Vajrapani Ruel, which is considered as the world’s best amulet in the Buddhist pantheon.

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Feng Shui Tips for the Work Place

Published Abril 28, 2012 by jptan2012

This post is a post requested by a reader who has become a friend. K is one of the first people that emailed me and one of the readers that had her Bazi analyzed. It’s always nice to chat with K; she’s very engaging and nice.

K just recently started with her new job, and she requested that I post something about work, and I realized that the topic she requested is quite appropriate since a lot of fresh grad would start to go to work already.

The following are some of the essential Feng Shui tips for working people…

DIAGONAL TO THE DOOR. As much as possible have your office or desk at the far corner of the office and it should be diagonal to the door. For the work place, the deeper you are in the office the better. This is to ensure that the chi, which should presumably be good, goes directly to you.

NEVER DIRECTLY FACE THE DOOR. This is inviting a lot of arguments. Also while you may be receiving the chi directly also, this might be too strong for you.

AVOID STRAIGHT CORRIDOR OR HALLWAY. The principle for this is like any chi that goes into the corridor and hallway is targeting you. You’ll find yourself dealing with more problems and you may become sickly. You’ll also be susceptible to arguments.

MAKE SURE YOU’RE BACK IS ‘SUPPORTED’. You do this by making sure that there’s a solid wall behind you. The worst things for a work place are to have a door behind you or another co-worker behind you. Always try to ensure that you have a solid wall behind you.

CREATE A MOUNTAIN OF SUPPORT. You do this by putting a picture or a painting of a mountain behind you. You can still do this even if what’s behind you is a wall. This is especially good if what’s behind you is a window and there’s no building behind it.

AVOID THE TOILET, BEAMS, PIPES AND STAIRS. Whatever happens do not have your table or do not seat beside the toilet, or under a toilet. This will create tremendous bad luck. You may personally be doing well but you will definitely not get any credit from it. Sitting under the beam of light or an exposed pipe will also create a lot of trouble for you. Chances are you’ll be absent from work a lot. Seating under the stairs will slow down your career growth so whatever happens you should avoid the toilet, beams, pipes, and stairs.


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