James Brickman

Location : United States
Joined : August 6, 2011
Total Articles : 33
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Setting Up the Feng Shui Creativity and Children Sector
The feng shui Creativity and Children sector is located in the western part of any room or home (between the sectors of love and helpers) It is responsible for the success of your creative work and for the birth of babies
Category:   Feng Shui
Talisman Kuan Kung Protects Homes From Evil
In China, people are confident that Kuan Kung (also known as Kuan Ti) was a real-life eminent military commander that lived in ancient China. This commander was so revered for his heroic feats that after his death, the Chinese started to believe...
Category:   Feng Shui
The Ancient Feng Shui Compass Lo Pan
The name of the Chinese feng shui compass Lo Pan consists of two words - Lo ("all") and Pan ("bowl"). The Lo Pan compass reflects all of the earth's circles and lines, and is used to obtain information about the landscape...
Category:   Feng Shui
The Eight Immortals of the Taoist Pantheon of Gods
The Eight Immortals (Ba xian) are eight saints of the Taoist pantheon of Gods, who are painted in many temples, public places, and restaurants. They are typically depicted crossing the sea on a boat.
Category:   Feng Shui
The Five Feng Shui Elements and Their Interaction
The five feng shui elements (also referred to as keys) are the basis of this teaching. These primary keys are: earth, metal, water, wood and fire. The golden rule of feng shui is to...
Category:   Feng Shui
The God of Wealth Tsai Shen Yeh
In ancient times Tsai Shen Yeh was the god of wealth in China. Eventually, this god was divided into a group of gods. Apparently, the root cause for the separation was the division of rich Chinese officials into two groups - military and civilian.
Category:   Feng Shui
The Legends of Kind Lucky Cats
Lucky cats ("Maneki Neko" - literally translates from Japanese as the "Beckoning Cat") are porcelain or ceramic figurines of cats with a raised paw. In Japan, these figures are exhibited in front of shops, restaurants and businesses. According to...
Category:   Feng Shui
The Magic Square Lo Shu
According to ancient Chinese legend, the numbers of the Lo Shu square were on the shell of a huge turtle that appeared from the river Lo. One wise man noticed the turtle and memorized the numbers on its shell.
Category:   Feng Shui
The Magical Chinese Unicorn Chi Lin
In Chinese mythology Chi Lin (Qilin, Qi Lin) is a magic animal - the most important one of all that live on land. According to legends, it is one of 9 sons of a dragon, which can distinguish between good and evil.
Category:   Feng Shui
The Three Star Gods Fuk Luk Sau
Fuk Luk Sau - the Three Star Gods. These wise old men symbolize hearth and home, protect the family, and bring happiness, health, longevity, peace, security, luck, wealth, and prosperity into a home.
Category:   Feng Shui

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