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[21 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The ancient Egyptians would actually mix watermelon juice with wine and give this to people who were believed to be possessed or taken over by evil or ill-meaning spirits. Hawaiians have a lovely ceremony where they roll a whole watermelon out the door to remove the spirit of a dearly departed loved one. Africans offer watermelon as a sacred treat to their goddess Yemaya, a Yoruba saint who heals and brings fortune and luck.
So why do you not join in the today and cut yourself a nice slice of juicy …

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[21 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

In Feng Shui a sailing ship is a powerful symbol of incoming prosperity and it is therefore strongly advised to place one directly inside the front door, in such a position that it appears to be sailing right into your house.
This boat can be as large or as small as you like. But it should be an actual replica (not an image) and must have the bow pointed inward. Once you do this, both you and your boat will be heading in the right direction with wealth, abundance and prosperity …

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[21 Nov 2011 | One Comment | ]

Have you ever seen a lighthouse in the sea? Yes most of have seen it from far or have seen a picture of it.  This beacon guides salty sailors and fishermen back home and into the waiting arms of their families and friends. A beckoning light and a friend in times of need, this beacon illuminates a path no matter how bad the weather or how dark the night is.
And from this very idea behind, we Masters suggest leaving on the outside front light at your entryway door. In Feng …

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

Restaurants benefit hugely from mirrors and water motifs.
Colour schemes can range from blue to black.
Shapes of the Tables can make the cash inflow to change.
Lighting should not be too bright or too dim.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

Allowing the Chi (Good Energy) to move around in a curved manner promotes harmony in the work place.
Arrangement of desks and dividers in an open office plan, encourages harmony.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

Do not allow your work space to get untidy or dirty. Clutter is often a cause of misunderstandings and disharmony among colleagues.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

Keeping your work place (Any Commercial establishment) well lit and bright attracts yang energy, which brings Good luck.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

Place files on either side of your table desk, never allow files to pile up directly in front of you on your desk, leave the centre part of your desk clear.
As the good Chi (Energy) coming to you will be blocked.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

By placing plants in the South-East location of any room of your work place, you can enhance income luck.
Fake plants are effective as real plants, but never use dried plants or their arrangements. These emit unlucky energies.

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[25 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]

In order to give your career a boost, display something red – a painting, a curtain or place a red light on the south wall of your room.
This will speed up recognition of your efforts.