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"By striving to do the impossible, man has always achieved what is possible. Those who have cautiously done no more than they believed possible have never taken a single step forward."

Do things only within your means and do not over commit yourself. Learn when to stop to avoid conflicts later on. Progress will be halted, but do not allow negativity or bad feelings to stand in your way.
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What is Chi?
Chi, also commonly spelled ch'i, chi or qi, is a fundamental concept of everyday Chinese culture, most often defined as 'air' or 'breath' (for example, a term meaning 'weather' is tian qi, or the 'breath of heaven') and, by extension, 'life force' or 'spiritual energy' that is part of everything that exists. References to qi or similar philosophical concepts as a type of metaphysical energy that sustains living beings are used in many belief syst...Chi in Full
 
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What is Si Chi?
Si Chi is stagnant or dying chi - reducing, lessening, fading and has an overall negative impact. It is considered to be the polar opposite of Sheng Chi, which is considered to be positive chi. Disorderly or decaying places/objects are considered to be strong sources of this negative type of chi. Many will confuse Si Chi and Shar Chi by putting them together. Si Chi is pretty much inactive while Shar Chi has a much more active state. Below is a l...Si Chi in Full
  Fuk Luk Sau: Fuk
Fu Xing is a star that the ancient Chinese thought was in charge of agriculture in China. Today, Fu Xing is generally shown as a court official with a characteristically 'winged' hat, and often with a scepter in his hand. But he looked enormously different in an age-old drawing depicting 28 gods in early Tang dynasty (618-907 AD), where, with a tiger face and leopard eyes, sitting on a huge wild boar, he ranked as the head of the gods. In the Tan...Fuk Luk Sau in Full


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