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Need a good Fengshui Master.

Postby stevenlim1818 » Mon, 26 Oct 2009 2:24 am

Hi, everyone. My name is Steven. Can anyone out there please recommend me a good feng shui master? My business is failing, my 8 years wife is leaving me and lastly my baby girl is sick. I have been having a string of bad luck since moving into this house. I whole life is falling apart. My best friend asks me too look for a feng shui master to solve the problem. Especially my finances. My email is stevenlim1818@gmail.com. Thank you.

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Re: Need a good Fengshui Master.

Postby jpatokal » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 6:27 pm

stevenlim1818 wrote:Hi, everyone. My name is Steven. Can anyone out there please recommend me a good feng shui master? My business is failing, my 8 years wife is leaving me and lastly my baby girl is sick. I have been having a string of bad luck since moving into this house. I whole life is falling apart. My best friend asks me too look for a feng shui master to solve the problem. Especially my finances.


Sorry my friend, but giving money to a feng shui master is only going to make things worse...
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Postby ksl » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 7:20 pm

Think positive!

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Postby QRM » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 7:50 pm

A dark room should be the only place where negatives are allowed to be developed

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Postby nakatago » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 8:06 pm

Step back, take a deep breath and look at your situation. Analyze everything logically. You'll eventually find a solution to your problems.

No, feng shui is not the solution. Neither are talismans and charms.

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Postby Gammaa » Wed, 04 Nov 2009 12:33 am

Steven

My sympathies. Look through this website http://www.firstprinciplesinc.com/index ... Itemid=182

I have read through some forums and are familiar with Vin and Zoe. They are passionate and helpful people.
Master Vin teaches too and I am impressed with his willingness to share more than other masters.
Read their blogs and you'll know if you have any affinity.

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Postby maisonme » Thu, 05 Nov 2009 10:15 am

Sorry to hear about that Steven. Sometimes life just doesn't go the way we want to..just believe in yourself..having too much bad thoughts is won't be good.

If you're really interested in seeking fengshui advice, I do know a fengshui master called Master Lee. PM me if you're interested to know his hp.

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Postby Miss Swan » Thu, 05 Nov 2009 1:00 pm

Actually fengshui isn't hocus-pocus. Delve further and you'll realise it's a science of its own. Just because it's not a matter of formulas doesn't mean it's unsubstantiated.

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Postby CaseySoh » Fri, 13 Nov 2009 5:12 pm

I suggest that you try mr vincent koh of singapore fengshui centre or singapore fengshui queen lynn yap. They speak english and their fees are reasonable. Please do not get any fs master who speak chinese, except mr Tan Khoon Yong who is reputable and creditable.

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Re: Need a good Fengshui Master.

Postby pstpst68 » Mon, 31 Jan 2011 12:56 am

Hi Steven,
I am sorry to hear about your situation but sincerely hope your problems have been solved by now. Anyway, just to share my experience. I have engaged 2 fengshui masters before : the famous Master Tan Khoon Yong, and the other, Master Cecil Lee (geomancy.net). Tan is arrogant and sacarstic, but objectively I think he knows his work well. Lee appears amateurish, certainly not as competent and confident as Tan, and his after-sales service is bad. And both of them are expensive. My conclusion is : take fengshui with a pinch of salt. You can use it as reference, but DON'T let your fate be dictated by it. Ultimately, finding out where the problem lies, perseverance and never-say-die attitude is crucial in turning things around. Just my 2 cents worth....sincerely hope it helps. Take care.

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Re: Need a good Fengshui Master.

Postby tyianchang » Wed, 02 Feb 2011 7:03 pm

stevenlim1818 wrote:Hi, everyone. My name is Steven. Can anyone out there please recommend me a good feng shui master? My business is failing, my 8 years wife is leaving me and lastly my baby girl is sick. I have been having a string of bad luck since moving into this house. I whole life is falling apart. My best friend asks me too look for a feng shui master to solve the problem. Especially my finances. My email is stevenlim1818@gmail.com. Thank you.


Hi, I only got to read your OP today. I hope things have improved for you all round by now.
A total dependence on FS would amount to a drowning man cathching at a straw. There's no guarantee of success either with the FS or with the particular xian sheng.
Is Feng Shui science or superstition?
Try to get The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui by Stephen Skinner if you're an English reader,( published by Routledge and Kegan Paul, London 1982. )
He writes from an indepth knoweldge of the subject, using sources as wide as Sir J. Needham,( prof emeritus of Science, Cambridge uni ) the great masters in HK and Taiwan and classical sources based on the two main schools - the Compass School and the Form School.
You should be able to get excellent Feng Shui books from HK, Taiwan or even SG in Chinese.

According to Skinner, 'geomancy' is a misnomer for feng shui as that is more properly related to the Arab form of divinatio that spread to Europe and Africa. Originally, FS evolved as di li - geography of physical landscap studies, and was developed by the Compass school into an 'astro-ecology' science after the discovery of the lode stone and the first compass. It's also related to the Chinese science of applied cosmology - a study made by Skinner from Chinse and scientific sources, including that of the Jesuits.

The basics of FS are -
Feng = wind, qi, yang, movement
Shui = water, flowing or stillness, yin
Real FS embraces the earth's magnetic forces and the sky's terrestrial forces ( qi ) which is part of our own qi. The two schools above practise their FS with details made to the elements ( wind, water, wood, air, fire, earth ), the cosmology, the plates under the earth's crust, the time and date of your birth and the surrounding environment etc. So if you're looking for the FS master, you need to see if he uses such sources.

Basically, FS is about accumulating the amount of qi and not dispersing it. You need to cultivate a feel for the 'dragon' or energy source and align with it. Then you need to make sure the qi is trapped rather dispersed e.g. do ot place mirrors where the sun shines on as that disperses the energy outside. Daoists get up at 5 in the morning to practise their qi kung and Dai Qi Chuan as that's the time when the terrestrial energy is most magnetically drawn.

The few facts about FS that I know. It's a complex science of sensing the source of enegry, its movements and balancing it to 'unblock' negativities e.g. dampness, trapped wind etc inside the body or in the environment.

Some of SF degrade into gross superstitions. So one has to be careful it's a real ( though invisible) 'qi' - you can actually feel that in your body when a good accupuncturist inserts the needles at the acurate points to unblock the trapped qi within.

So do some research and take stock of what it all amounts to before you place your trust in any sin seh. It's a time when you need to know yourself and analyse with a calm mind, where things have gone wrong. Primarily, you need to be in control of yourself and not fall into pieces. Hold on to what's good and let go of the bad.

It's too easy to suspect your house is the problem. If it is, make some changes to improve access for the qi to move in and then get the qi flowing in your house rather than disperse elsewhere.

Wishing you good fung shui.
tyianchang


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