James Brickman

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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Feng Shui Money Trees
  •   Commercial: You can also find nice commercial items. A popular example is money trees that stand on gold bars, and have gold coins on their branches (the material can be anything, as long as it’s painted in a gold color). Ancient feng shui texts refer to a tree that stands on a gold bar, which shows a dragon and phoenix. This symbol is more potent than the one in a pot. Another option is the tree that has its leaves made of precious stones, such as jade or carnelian. And finally, you can find the trees with peaches instead of coins. These give many years of happy life. A peach is a symbol of longevity, spring, love, and happy relationships. To find a soul-mate or improve your current relationship, put it in the southwest section of your room.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Feng Shui Money Trees
  •   There are many ways to create money trees with your own two hands. You can glue coins onto a photo of a tree (preferably a strong and beautiful one like oak or sycamore). You can sew banknotes (rolled in tubes and tied with red ribbons) onto tree-embroidered fabric. You can put a dragon in the branches, attach a motto on the trunk, or put three red lights at its base, etc. In Feng Shui, they traditionally place an image of an owl onto the tree - this symbol of wisdom will save you from wasteful investments.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Feng Shui Money Trees
  •   Hand-Made: You can make this talisman with your own two hands. To do this, you need coins, banknotes, wire, play-dough, foil and a flower pot. Make holes in the coins, or use Chinese coins with holes. Make branches from wire and hang the coins and banknotes on them. Having made a few branches, twist them together to make them look like a tree. The trunk can be wrapped with foil or painted with a gold or silver paint. Place the construction in a flowerpot and secure with play-dough. Your work and creative energy will definitely lead you to success.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Kua Number Explanation and Formula
  •   Example for men - born in 1973: Add the last two numbers of your year of birth: 7+3 = 10. If the result is a two-digit number, add these two digits until you get a single-digit number: 1+0 = 1. Subtract the result from 10. In this case, Kua number is 9. If the result is a two-digit number, add those two digits again until you get a single digit.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Kua Number Explanation and Formula
  •   Following is the formula to calculate your Kua number.

      Example for women - born in 1983: Add the last two numbers of your year of birth: 8+3 = 11. If the result is a two-digit number, add these two digits until you get a single-digit number: 1+1 = 2. Add 5 to the result: 2 +5 = 7. In this case, Kua is 7. If the result is a two-digit number, add those two digits again until you get a single digit.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Kua Number Explanation and Formula
  •   Make sure that this window isn’t in front of a mirror, so that the good energy isn’t reflected back by the mirror. Hang a crystal ball on the window to scatter the positive energy throughout the room. If possible, keep the door to this room open, so that Qi can move freely around your entire home. You can also hang a painting or calendar in red and gold opposite this window. Red and gold are the colors of good luck and wealth, which work as a bait for good energy.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Kua Number Explanation and Formula
  •   How do you activate a happy window? Here’s how: Qi energy flows along with the flow of air and light, so you need to keep your “happy window” clean. If it’s a balcony door, remove all household clutter from there. Open this window as often as possible, so that the flow of air enters your home through it. You can also hang nice light curtains on this window. Traditional feng shui says that blinds cut the flow of Qi; if possible, don’t use blinds.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › Kua Number Explanation and Formula
  •   If the door faces a wrong direction, you can work on windows to fix it. In feng shui, windows are considered as doors for the positive Qi energy, which creates happiness. You can let the positive energy enter your home through a window in one of your 4 personal good cardinal directions. So, if your front door is facing the wrong way, you need to find your “happy window” and activate it.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › The Magical Chinese Unicorn Chi Lin
  •   In Feng Shui, Qi Lin symbolizes long life, celebration, magnificence, joy, wisdom, and famous children. It is a gentle, kind, and benevolent creature. It carries a mystical good omen. This feng shui talisman is believed to help facilitate the success of children. Chi Lin’s images or statues can help women who wish to have a child. The main function of this talisman in feng shui is the elimination of negativity, and to attract wealth.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by James Brickman › The Magical Chinese Unicorn Chi Lin
  •   The mention of this mythical animal goes back to the days of Confucius. Back then, it had a more peaceful appearance. When walking, it did not cause any harm even to insects (like the image of the Lamb in Christian mythology). When stepping on the grass it did not crush it. It fed on magic grasses. It could walk on water and fly. Carved on gravestones, it would protect from evil spirits, as well as accompany the dead to heaven. However, over time it changed its appearance and symbolism - once a symbol of peace and gentleness, it also acquired the features of power and strength.
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