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"A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent in doing nothing."

Recently you may have had little if any interest in work or your normal day to day responsibilities. This is about to change as you will now have a renewed enthusiasm.  Express who you truly are. Do not disguise yourself or put on a false face, let your true colors liberate you.
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What is Shar Chi?
Shar Chi is what you can classify as harmful/killing energy. Shar Chi is primarily the result of negative surroundings and layouts. However, ill meaning entities such as competitors and unscrupulous people can also create additional shar chi in your surroundings. Because chi itself can be transformed to another state, sheng chi (positive chi) can easily be transformed into shar chi if it is allowed to travel too fast in a straight line (imagine a...Shar Chi in Full
 
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Five Elements in Feng Shui
Feng Shui is practiced worldwide by people from all walks of life, and we make sure to bring you the latest trends and news updates across the globe. Whether you are making sure you are in the Feng Shui loop or wondering how people have been using Feng Shui: you could always pick up a Feng Shui tip or two! Or better still, be inspired to make a few more Feng Shui changes into your life for your personal benefit. Get the latest scoop on Feng Shui here ...Feng Shui Five Elements 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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