God, Feng Shui and The Laws of Attraction

Today, one of my clients asked me the question: what difference between god, feng shui and the laws of attraction? My answer was this: I think God represents the power of the universe, and stands for truth and justice.  God (the universe) has the power to award or punish human beings according to what they have done. God blesses every […]

Read More →  

Is the house haunted?

Some of my clients complain that their house is weird or  haunted, and ask to help improve the feeling of the house. I have visited hundreds of houses since I became a feng shui professional. Haunted houses are not common. In Japan, I have had two experiences with haunted houses. Once I found out the son of the owner  had […]

Read More →  

The Trust Building

I was called to do a feng shui consultation for a client who bought an office in the Trust Building recently. The Trust Building is located at the corner of King & Castlereagh Sts, Sydney. The building is made from sandstone, it is one of the heritage buildings in Sydney CBD. I know this building and its surroundings very well, […]

Read More →  

The roundabout

Feng shui is about the Qi气(energy) flow, if the qi flows correctly then the feng shui is good, if the qi flows in a messy or disharmonious way the feng shui is bad. Qi exists everywhere, therefore feng shui is all areas of our life. Qi can be redirected to harmonise with the environment by physical input. Here is a […]

Read More →  

The Three Penalties days in Tiger Year

Reading the Sunday newspapers, there was some shocking news which drew my attention. ‘A passenger plane crash in Southern India killed 159 people, with 7 people surviving the disaster; ‘Five die in four crashes in seven hours of carnage’; ‘A two-year-old boy has died after being hit by a train and killed at a rail crossing northwest of Adelaide’… There […]

Read More →  

The Five Elements Vegetable Soup

I visited one of my lady friends few weeks ago when my husband was away. We were happy to see each other, it has been long time since we last met.  We talked about how fast the time had passed, and lot of other things. She then invited me to drink a glass of soup that she had cooked for […]

Read More →  

The Pyrmont Bridge

The Pyrmont Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in Australia, it crosses Darling Harbour and links Pyrmont Bay to the Sydney CBD.  It is a pedestrian bridge and is also crossed by a monorail. The east end of the bridge has CBD high rises, the west end of the bridge is Pyrmont Bay, which has some old pubs, old […]

Read More →  

Weekend Market at the Rocks

My latest visit to the weekend market at the Rocks was last Sunday. The market is at the northern end of George Street, Sydney, next to the Circular Quay, with the Opera House nearby. The Rocks is one of the most beautiful parts of Sydney, it has many heritage buildings and contains a rich history of Sydney. From Friday to […]

Read More →  

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the iconic buildings in Australia, and one of the most famous performance venues in the world. Sydney Opera House is located at northeastern tip of Sydney CBD. The building is sitting on a land which strenches into the horbour, the south side of the land conects to the Botanic Garden, and other sides […]

Read More →  

Business Premises at Parramatta Rd

Parramatta road is one of the main roads in Sydney, it runs from east to west, from Broadway to the Western Suburbs. This road has a history as long as Sydney. There are many residential suburbs on the north and south side of the road. Every driver in Sydney knows this road. Even there are thousands of cars passing this […]

Read More →  
Page 18 of 19« First...10«1516171819»