Our start of year issue usually becomes a collector’s edition for readers, excellent to keep as an important reference for the following twelve months, as this is the issue when we explain all the relevant charts for the coming year that you can refer to when you want to check back on cures when things go wrong through the year.
As the coming Lunar Year of the Wood Sheep is blessed with all five feng shui elements — metal, wood, water, fire and earth — everyone will have the opportunity to make money, achieve success and attain their goals, according to renowned feng shui expert grandmaster Lillian Too.
The coming year of the Wood Sheep holds out much promise, but to feel the full abundance impact of the new year, you will need to be patient because the second half of the year is a lot better than the first half.
When we start to design our living spaces, the best way to look for ideas and to get inspiration is to run through images of actual rooms. By doing so, we are able to appreciate the different styles, concepts and techniques that have gone into creating such spaces.
Finding someone to marry used to be so much simpler. There was a time (not that long ago) where you’d simply reach a marriageable age and your parents would arrange for the village matchmaker to pay a visit.
For centuries, it has been China’s principle Book of Oracles; referred to as the Book of Changes, it was also a major source book for many of the feng shui interpretations that ultimately became formulas for designing space and time feng shui.
The Eight Mansions formula is not just a personalized formula but also reveals the luck distribution in any home. Every building can be categorized as one of the eight types of houses, based on its facing direction.
A key element in Architectural Design is creating relationships by establishing good visual and spatial interface between residents and the building; and also between the different elements of the building’s forms and shapes.