Tuesday, October 04, 2011

The fengshui of your house can determine if you are a saver or a spender ?

Today, 5 October 2011 (Wednesday) - Hi, I will be travelling to Shenzhen, China over the weekend and back on Monday.
Want to know if you are a saver or a spender ?
When your income is "standard", you can save only x dollars per month. Collectively as a couple, the total income increases to say S$10k a month and collectively both of you can save 30 to 40% a month too. See how statistics if used properly can tell one story from the other. It is all about : what you put into them to come up with the statistics.
I may not like numbers but I enjoy reading deeper into the numbers to find out what is going on and why like that ! I want to know.........just curious ^_^
First check your bazi, your "ming" determines many things in life and how much wealth you will have. Once married, your life partner's bazi and yours will determine that and when the children come along, again the "ming" changes.
The Fengshui of your house comes third in ranking towards the Five factors that affect Life. Your "ming" or destiny comes first in ranking.
Two, check the house that you stay in, windy or not. Not windy means can save money, very windy means cannot save money cause the people living in the house will always "THINK" of ways to spend away the money.
Third, Compass direction of the main door : if the door is North East direction, usually mean family members tend to spend more money than others. If you have a swimming pool in the North East ! Oh my ! I dare not think. However, if there is a swimming pool in the South West direction to your house, very very good feng shui ^_^
Please check my Predictions for 2011 to find out what percentage of accuracies there are and if you like to find out about 2012 and what's in store for you, come to my talks on
1) 7 January 2012 (Saturday) - Safra Mt Faber
2) 14 January 2012 (Saturday) - Safra Tampiness
See you there !!!

1 comment:

TGL said...

Dear Master Lynn, I am staying in an apartment with main door facing NorthEast but Masterbed room toilet at SouthWest. Both my husband and myself are kua west no.2. What does this means to our savings? Thanks for your advise in advance.