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"Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night."

It seems likely that you are guilty of keeping secrets from a loved one or a close family member. You have probably not been honest about your actions, or at the very least you have probably been a little economic with the truth. Open up. There are some nasty pitfalls ahead and a warning of danger. Do not take unnecessary risks and avoid making major decisions for today.
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Feng Shui Schools and Disciplines
Feng Shui itself is often viewed as one single entity. To many it might seem overwhelming to understand all the rules and calculations at once. The truth is, there are many 'schools' that compose what Feng Shui really is. Chances are, you've heard terms like 'Flying Star' or '8 Mansions', but may not always have understood its role in the 'bigger picture' of what Feng Shui is. Any Feng Shui Master who says they know all there is needed to know ab...Feng Shui Schools and Disciplines in Full
 
Feng Shui Item: Hand Made Bamboo Flutes (Pair)
Hand Made Bamboo Flutes (Pair)
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Eight Immortals
Elder Zhang Guo: He is represented as an Old Man riding a donkey. (Sometimes Backwards) He is usually carrying two drumsticks. Legend has it that at the end of his journeys, he could fold up his donkey like a piece of paper and store him in his wallet. When he was ready to travel again he would sprinkle water on his wallet and the Donkey would reappear. Zhongli Quan: This is the familiar Fat Man with his bare belly showing. He always carries a fa...Eight Imomrtals in Full
  Ma Zhu: Goddess of Journey
Matsu or Mazhu (literally 'Mother-Ancestor'), mortal name Lin Moniang, is the Taoist goddess of the Sea (an later known as Goddess of Journey, be it in life or travels) who protects fishermen and sailors. She is extremely popular among the Taiwanese, Fujianese, Cantonese, and Vietnamese people, who have cultures strongly linked to the sea. The Matsu Islands are named after her. There are about 800 to 1000 Taiwanese temples dedicated wholly, or us...Ma Zhu in Full


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