Saturday, 1 November 2014

A LONG HALLWAY IS NOT GOOD FENG SHUI

A long hallway can be a problem area because the chi is carried directly in a straight line. This will allow the chi to gather force and become “raging” or “rushing” chi. Aggressive chi is harmful, leading to imbalances and if there is any room situated at the end of the hallway where the rushing energy or chi collects is probably suffering because of it.
Having the bathroom or toilet at the end of this hall way is even worse. The fresh chi would be flushed down the toilet and to the Chinese it also means ‘losing money’ since water is associated with money. This type of problem area can be fixed using plants in the area, placing big auspicious pictures in the hall and placing objects or furnitures in accordance with the principles of five elements.

YUMMY CHEESE TARTS


These cheese tarts were given to me by Baz.  She baked them last night.  They were so delicious that I ate all 4 in one sitting.

FENG SHUI TIPS FOR THE KITCHEN

MAKE YOUR OWN YIN AND YANG ROCK

Here is a neat idea for a DIY Feng Shui gift. This is especially good for those of you who live in  a place where there are not many Feng Shui paraphernalia sold.  All you need to do is hand paint your own Yin Yang rock using black and white paint.  It is a cheap idea but then becomes meaningful as it is handmade.

Friday, 31 October 2014

FIRST AID FOR SNOW

This evening Baz, Syafiq, Aiman and I took it upon ourselves to apply the drops and cream on Snow's ears. We have to do this for a few days. Hopefully the medicine works. If not, the vet said that we would have to send it for an injection.Everyone please pray that dear Snow will make a complete recovery.
I am sharing pictures of our First Aid procedure for Snow below.













SNOW'S SKIN INFECTION



Snow the cat's ears have some of infection. It looks bad, doesn't it? I went to the vet and bought medicine to treat her.

HALLOWEEN 2014

Halloween is celebrated by millions of people as a fun time for kids--putting on costumes and going door-to-door to get candy. But it is also known as a time of witches, ghouls, goblins, and ghosts. On one hand, some see halloween as a harmless time of fun and on the other, a ghastly and demonically inspired night to be avoided.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

Happy Halloween everyone.  This is the night where the spooks come out in the western hemisphere. Here they only come out during the seventh lunar month and during Cheng Beng.

HALLOWEENIFY YOUR FACE



Enjoy the photographs I created using an App from google to Halloweenify your face.  Want to try it out?  Then click HERE.

TODAY IS HALLOWEEN


When I went to Daiso last night, there were some Halloween stuff on sale. That reminded me that this spooky festival  will take place tonight. Halloween is actually a western culture but I think Malaysians celebrate it as they find it fun and interesting.

Thursday, 30 October 2014

LOOK WHO VISITED AUNTIE LI NA




Look who came and paid me a visit! Why it is none other than Yaya. She did not go to school today as she wasn't feeling too well. I think she caught the flu bug from her classmates. She kept me company while I was completing my paperwork.

PERSONALITY TRAITS ACCORDING TO FENG SHUI ELEMENTS

COMMAND POSITION FOR BED

A position for your bed which is diagonally opposite the door is called a command position. This means that when you are lying down, you face the door from the far side of your room but not directly in front of the door. From this position that you are able to benefit from the Qi/Chi that enters and flows through the space.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

FENG SHUI NO NO FOR DOORS AND WINDOWS

HARMONIOUS SEATING POSITION

COMING SOON: THE YEAR OF THE SHEEP



The year 2015 is going to be stirring year – more specifically to those who fall under The Year of the Sheep – it is THEIR year! In accordance to the Chinese calendar and significance, theYear of the Sheep 2015 dates starts from 19 February 2015 up to 7 February 2016. The 2015 Year of the Sheep/ Goat falls under the element of Wood.
SOURCE:
http://www.chinesehoroscopes2015.com/

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

MAKING A WISH JAR

I simply loved this article from Feng Shui Dana on making a Wish Jar to amplify ones intentions.  Read this and give it a try.  I know I will making one myself soon.


Today’s fast feng shui is a simple tip to help you collect your wishes into one space and amplify your dreams: the wish jar. A wish jar is a great place to toss those wishes that pop into your head, no matter how big or how small, how fantastic or implausible they may seem. It is also a fabulous way to collect the intentions of a team, organization, family or couple in one place.

Take any jar and make a wish jar. Fill it with wishes. Decorate it as you see fit. Leave it spare and unlabeled if you prefer.

For yourself: Collect your wishes on scraps of paper. Put them in a jar. Keep them out of your head and cement them in the physical universe. Use different colored pens to write out your wishes in colors that are meaningful to you. (You can find feng shui color basics right HERE). This is an amazing way to not stay too “attached” to goals and wishes, by giving them their own place and space and focus. Every time you look at the wish jar, let it lift your spirits! Personal wish jars are great in bedrooms, on the desk in a home office or in a meditative sanctuary space.

In groups: I love the idea of the collective intention being stronger than the intention of a single person, and I believe that to be true. If you can corral the wishes of a group and display them somewhere in public (like your living room, the lounge of an office) and encourage more wishes, you will stay in the flow of universal wish fulfillment.

May all your wishes come true!

SOURCE: http://www.fengshuidana.com/2013/09/10/fast-feng-shui-make-a-wish-jar/

MORTUARY POSITION

FENG SHUI VIDEO ON ENHANCING WEALTH LUCK

Watch this video on how to Feng Shui your money corner to attract money

Monday, 27 October 2014

9 EASY WAYS TO ENHANCE YOUR QI

FENG SHUI AND NAILS


Here is a Feng Shui tip about nails from Master Lynn Yap: 
If your bazi needs the earth element, then it is good to keep your nails long. However, if your bazi does not need the earth element, then keep your nails short and don't do nail extension as the gel on your nails represents earth.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

TEACHER'S HELPERS




Four of my boys, Al Hafiz, Hafizuddin, Ishraf and Shafik volunteered to help me at the library of Sunday evening. You can see them hard at work cleaning, cutting, labelling and counting.

AFTER ALL THE HARD WORK






Four of my librarians helped me to make preparations for the visit by the MQA officers next week.  Hafiz, Hafizuddin and Shafik helped to spruce up the library while Ishraf helped me to do the analysis for the questionnaires.  We finally finished at 5.30 p.m.
We headed to the Char Kway Teow stall at Kampung KDSK after that to have a meal.