Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Don't bury real coins under cement !

Some people asked me if they should bury old ancient coins or real coins under the cement of their landed property house's main door and I said "no". One should never bury your *real coins* or *real money* if not they would be "weighted' and then they cannot "multiply" and give you more. That means that your wealth or net worth would be limited.

Which man or woman has *real* money buried in only one house that they own and today is very very rich ? If a couple owns several houses the impact is lesser and this is by allowing the fengshui master to see deeper into the bigger picture of things and of reality. Sometimes in life, it is our own stubborness coupled with our limited knowledge that hampers us from moving forward. Therefore, we must all learn to have an open mind and to allow all natural things to take its place and then we examine them one by one and *examine* them out one by one............by looking deeper.

Don't believe me then try this : Take a S$2 note and place a heavy paper weight on top and watch how you feel. If you can feel that your money is being "weighted" and an *uncomfortable* feeling then you will know what I mean.

FSQ NOTE: For the past 20 years, I have worked on the ground by telling people what to do and what not to do so that their lives can be improved hence a good amount of instinct and 6th sense do have to come into play. I am sure that you would love your fs master to be successful and is getting better and better than one who don't see any improvements in life and is not a saver nor a good stock and property investor........very few fs master are in this category. As a buddhist, I speak the truth and is sincere in helping you achieve a better life thru using fengshui principles. Hope you like this fs tip !


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Wealth Journey said...

Wow! Thanks for highlighting that! :)

How about placing a $10 dollar note under a small "Pi Que" 貔恘 - The type of mythical chinese lion stature that is situated outside banks?

Thanks! :)