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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Beware of bogus Fengshui Masters

I may be willing to try many things but I didn't turn fengshui master. hehe.... I was offered a chance to learn the craft from a top master because I learn fast and possess the gift of the gab. duh.

A few days ago, a foreign acquaintance of mine has a heart attack and subsequently suffered a stroke while in Singapore. His wife was so distressed and didn't know what to do. I was approached to help and have been busy seeing to their needs, contacting top specialists and making arrangements for their friends and relatives to fly to Singapore to visit them.

The wife was so desperate to seek treatment for her husband that she was willing to try anything. One of her friends suggested her husband was possessed by evil spirits and she turned berserk, praying at every major temple and visiting bomohs
(mediums). I even had to accompany her on one trip to consult an exorcist! Will write about that experience next week. :)

Seeing her in such pain, I have to step in. I contacted my own Fengshui Master who is honest, reliable and knowledgeable. Although he cannot perform miracles but his help is reassuring to a person on the brink of breakdown.

The Master was called in to see to the fengshui of their house. Whatever changes need to be made will be done immediately so her husband can come home to a place filled with good qi (energy).

Please do find a good Master if you want to seek advice on fengshui, there are too many bogus masters who would do more harm than good.
Don't associate Fengshui with superstitious beliefs. Fengshui has some medical and psychological elements to it too.

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