Eve of Chinese New Year

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The First Two Eclipses of 2018: What Does It Mean and How Should We Prepare for It?

Published Enero 8, 2018 by jptan2012

One thing I hate about people who give predictions is that a lot of them are doomsayers! And needless to say lately I’m starting to feel that I’m a doomsayer myself. I know I tried to keep an upbeat mood and despite of the fact that I tried to put in a semblance of balance in my forecast, I can’t help how people focused on the negative financial/wealth/money outlook of 2018 lunar year, which is the Year of the Earth Dog!

Nevertheless, I have stated what are the cures that one needs for the coming year so that it will lessen the impact of these negative chi or energies.

However, I have yet again to share some other not so good news. Just before the Spring Festival comes in on Feb. 4, 2018 we will experience a total lunar eclipse on January 31, 2018. Now moon is actually a sign of spring and not the sun. And as I have said in my forecast, this year we won’t have spring, because Chinese New Year (CNY) or Lunar New Year is coming in on Feb, 16, 2018. But the blue moon before the (CNY) should have served as a good sign for having the sign of spring. It should have bring some sort of small positive energy, but then the total lunar eclipse is a sign that whatever positive chi we can get from what small amount of “spring” we can get will be further blocked by this total lunar eclipse. An eclipse is yin covering yang energy.

And as if this is not enough, on the eve of Chinese New Year, we will have a partial solar eclipse. Again, this yin covering yang. And as believers of Feng Shui knows this is not a good sign, while the chart is balance with 2 pillars of Yin and 2 pillars of Yang, the two additional Yin events shows that this is going to be a challenging year ahead.

A lot of the effects, because of the missing metal element and the strong presence of the wood element in the year’s Bazi Chart / Paht Chee Chart, indicates that it will be towards peace and order, and financial. On a personal level, aside from financial, it would still be about power struggles and relationship.

During the time of the actual eclipse, whether you can see it from where you are or not, you should go indoors and turn all the lights on. Make sure you are also protected with either the Vajrapani Ruel and/or the Kalachakra gold pendant.

If you can’t help it but to be outside of the house or office. Make sure you have either the Vajrapani Ruel or the Kalachakra gold pendant with the Special Gold Piyao. The Special Gold Piyao being a highly yang item because of the Piyao, and the gold which is further enhanced with pujas, mantras, and sutras!

To understand this year’s forecast, you should read all the other related 2018 Year of the Earth Dog Feng Shui Forecasts:

  1. An Important Peek to the 2018 Year of the Earth Dog: A Bleak Financial Forecast and Early Preparation is Key!
  2. A Special Gold Piyao Empowered By A Crystal to Invite Wealth Luck!
  3. 2018 Year of the Earth Dog – A Year with Bleak Financial Forecast and Poor Moneymaking Capacity: Understanding What Has Been Written and Also What Has to be Done!
  4. Understanding the Special Gold Piyao: Your Questions Answered!
  5. Wealth Luck Comes in with the Special Gold Piyao: A Personal Testimony of A Reader!
  6. Wealth Miracles Due to the Special Gold Piyao!
  7. 2018 Year of the Earth Dog Feng Shui Forecast Base on Bazi Chart, Flying Stars Formula, and 24 – Mountain Stars Formula! – Part 1.
  8. 2018 Year of the Earth Dog Feng Shui Forecast base on Bazi Chart, Flying Stars Formula, and 24 – Mountain Stars Formula! – Part 2.
  9. 2018 Year of the Earth Dog Feng Shui Forecast for the 12 Chinese Animal Zodiac Signs (Chinese Horoscope)
  10. 2018 Year of the Earth Dog Feng Shui Forecast: What Does the Strong Presence of the Wood Element Means?
  11. What Business Will Do Good and What Will Do Bad this 2018 Year of the Earth Dog!

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Display Nian Gao or Tikoy On the Eve of Chinese New Year and Eat It The Day After Chinese New Year!

Published Enero 30, 2016 by jptan2012
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Photo uploaded from Google Images.

People have been asking me what are some of the Chinese New Year ritual that one can do. In our household, although, unfortunately because I’m working on my book and had to work closely with my publisher and editor in Kuala Lumpur I might not be able to spend Chinese New Year at home this year, we always have Nian Gao or what is more popularly known as Tikoy here in the Philippines.

When I first learned about Feng Shui, I have always insisted and made sure that we will have Tikoy or Nian Gao (the Chinese New Year Sticky Rice Cake) on our table, because I remember that the very first thing that my Feng Shui teacher in Hong Kong, and the one in Singapore said is to always make sure there is Nian Gao on the table on the eve of Chinese New Year and to eat it a day after Chinese New Year.

Why?

This is because a Tikoy or Nian Gao with it’s round shape symbolizes perfect Man’s Luck, one of the Luck in the Three Lucks of Feng Shui, namely Heaven’s Luck, Man’s Luck, and Earth’s Luck. Furthermore, because a Nian Gao when uncooked (the one that we buy on the store is already cooked, we just cook it again by frying it), is a little smaller than when it is cook, so it symbolizes prosperity. Lastly, it’s stickiness symbolizes harmony.

Having this on the table on the eve of Chinese New Year, which this year happens on February 8, 2016 and all through Chinese New Year, then eating them after Chinese New Year is a symbolic way of enhancing your Man’s Luck, creating prosperity and harmony.

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