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“Feng shui” is an ancient chinese practice of achieving life fulfillment by promoting wealth, health and relationship through harnessing “qi” (or chi) in a location, be it our surrounding environment, our home, workplace or business property. Chi is a form of matter or energy that can be visible, invisible or partially visible and partially invisible. Chi is carried and scattered by the wind and retained by water. That was how the term Feng shui (which means wind and water) was derived. Feng shui can be applied to manipulate chi and create beneficial changes in our lives to attain life fulfillment. Read more

Besides having the correct design, appropriate placement and other factors, the source of the feng shui products play an important role in determining the effectiveness. Many who buy the same feng shui product from two different sources will find that one is working so well and the other may not. But they never bother to ask why that happens. The answer is simple, the source determines the “root energy” stored in the products. This is the key element that differentiates our products from what others offer. Feng Shui Bestbuy with qualified expertise is a proper feng shui foundation that emphasize a lot on cleansing our products, boosting them with good energy and keeping them in proper storage area that has positive energy before we ship. This has been felt by many “energy people” and feng shui masters around the world who had purchased from us. We take pride in our products and do not take our feng shui products lightly or market them as a form of souvenirs or gifts. We care for feng shui and for you!

One needs to check your old feng shui cures at least once a year to see if they are still in good shape. You should do this ON or AFTER 4th February 2022. You may check for an auspicious day to change those cures if it is convenient to you. If you are too busy to do that according to good dates, then you can ignore the date selection process. But please do NOT intentionally do it on a bad day after you checking them. Else, your mind will carry doubtful thoughts which will affect the energies of your surroundings. Read more

Chinese coins are essential ingredients in the practice of Feng Shui. It is the most potent symbol of wealth, especially when tied with yellow, red and gold thread. They are rounded shape with a square hole in the center. The circle represents the shape of heaven while the square represents the shape of earth. When used by humans, they represent the engagement luck of “Heaven-Earth-Man”.There is the Yang side (with four chinese characters according to reign of emperor) and the Yin side (2 characters) on every chinese coins. The Yang side should always be used facing up. Feng Shui masters often focus only on Ching Dynasty coins compared to other dynasties because Ching was the most powerful dynasty in China, while other dynasties usually collapsed in less than a century. The Chinese coins, particularly of those of the Kang Hsi or Chien Long Emperors’ reign are deemed most auspicious. Chinese coins are creation of old advisors of emperors (who are Grand Feng Shui wizards) and that is why chinese coins are powerful emblems of wealth, endless fortune and prosperity. They are also powerful amulets to protect against harm. Today, these coins had been duplicated to be used extensively in Feng Shui because real ones are rare and hard to get. Furthermore, old coins may have stale chi left behind if not properly cleanse correctly. To activate the coins further, they are tied in multiples of 3, 6 or 9 with red thread. 3 represents the trinity of heaven, earth and mankind luck; 6 represents heaven luck; and 9 is the number representing the wholeness of the universe and completeness. Read more

Hungry Ghost festival is an annual occasion that is taken very seriously by Feng Shui practitioners and chinese of Taoist faith. This festival falls on the 7th month of the lunar year, which starts on 19 August 2020 for one full lunar month. During this month the gates of hell are opened to free the hungry ghosts who then wander to seek food on Earth. Some even think that the ghosts would seek revenge on those who had wronged them in their lives. The reason why the Chinese celebrate this festival is to remember their dead family members and pay tribute to them. They also feel that offering food to the deceased appeases them and wards off bad luck. Read more

The Mid-Autumn Festival or commonly known as the Mooncake Festival or Lantern Festival, is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. The 8th lunar month marks an auspicious beginning again after a bad 7th month of the Hungry Ghost Festival. Legends say that the moon is at its brightest and roundest during this month. The 8th lunar month is extremely great for starting of new businesses, moving into a new home, travelling, moving to a new job, getting married and embarking on something new. It is time of the year to fill up your home with feng shui symbols of good meanings, foodstuffs and spark up your wealth luck for a good year end. Read more

A good bagua mirror is in octagonal shape, usually framed in wood and measures about 4 to 7 inches across. It has the eight trigrams marked around the outside with a round mirror in the center. The bagua mirror is easy to use and inexpensive protection method for “shar chi” or poison arrows. The bagua mirror is used massively in “Form School of Feng Shui”, which was the first and oldest feng shui school dating back to Song Dynasty (AD960-1279). Form School of Feng Shui which is the basis of all schools of feng shui overides other school of thoughts when certain shapes and formation in an environment is not in a desirable mode. Since most of us live in urban areas, the natural elements of landscape and formation are represented by buildings, roadways and other manmade structures. Read more

Windchimes like baguas is a fundamental tool used in authentic Feng Shui. The advantage of a windchime is it can be use internally to dissolve shar chi. Windchimes are unquestionably the most powerful enhancer and cure for many Feng Shui situations. Windchimes are potent enough to maneuver and enhance chi wherever it is placed. They make a significant presence especially for those who do not want to spend too much money to modify buildings and large structures due to bad Feng Shui. Properly designed windchimes according to the rules of the nature do not invite ghost, but instead will chase away evil spirits with the tones of metal energy. Read more

In the practice of Feng Shui, there are many formulas such as Bagua 8 Aspirations Theory, 8 Mansions and Flying Stars that could help us increase our love luck, improve existing relationship and increase harmony in marriages. However, very few had realized that there is an ancient formula in Chinese Astrology/Zodiac, based on the year pillar of the the 4-Pillars, that could be adopted together with those feng shui formulas to further heigthen love attraction and increase more options leading to marriage luck. This formula is known as the “Tao Hua Love” Formula. Translated in English, it is called Peach Blossom Formula. Read more

In Feng Shui, the most ideal type of house or lot shape is a “regular” square or rectangle, which provides energy balance, equilibrium and harmony. Unfortunately, modern architecture most of the time does not consider regular shape to compromise its design. This may result in projection and missing corner in a house or lot, which undeniably affects one’s feng shui. Read more

During the Ming Dynasty, vintage coins were designed by classical grandmasters to be used as powerful talisman and amulets of protection. It was not uncommon in the olden days that such protective talismans were designed in the form of coins in order for as many households in the ancient times to own them as possible because the people would carry them as their currency conveniently also. They were used for a variety of protective functions, for trading, or for emotional, physical and spiritual healing. They provided good, positive energy while keeping away negative energy which causes disease and suffering. They were responsible for peace, security, economic stability and happiness of the country effectively. Read more

In Feng Shui, the 8-Mansion Theory determines our 4 favourable and 4 unfavourable directions. They are our personalized good directions which could be used to tap auspicious energy into our lives. Generally, there are two groups of people: East Group People have kua numbers 1,3,4,9; while West Group People have kua numbers 2,6,7,8. The calculation of kua number is based on the year you were born in, according to Chinese Solar Calendar. The table below is a consolidation of kua number based on solar year system. The Chinese Solar Calendar is based on the revolution of earth around the sun. And the start of the year is determined by the transition of Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox, in which the hour, minute and second is taken into consideration. Spring could start either on 3rd, 4th or 5th of Feb depending on the year. It is worth taking note that automated kua calculators available in the market usually do not consider this important point. Read more

We had decided to write this article in hope of helping more out there because we had received countless suicidal attempts from visitors to our website seeking for relief. Although we are not graduated mental therapist, but because of the nature of our work, we had gained quite significant experience from helping people who had suicidal attempts. Read more

Nobleman luck has always played a significant role as the primary type of fortune acquired in the studies of chinese metaphysics. Other than wealth and prosperity, this is the most critical type of luck that every ambitious person desires for. A smart and ambitious person tend to be a good social climber and know how to put contacts to good use by elevating his/her career and social status through people. His/her life tend to be easier and better off than the rest if he/she knows how to create such network. Nobleman luck could lead one person in forming strong ties with the rich, the influential and the important people. It will allow one move in circles above his/her own social class and status and these “noblemen” acquaintances will be more than happy to lift him/her up to their status. Read more

This article uncovers the most promising methods of activating wealth using the correct type of water feature practiced by Classical Feng Shui Masters. Almost all who had seeked for feng shui masters to audit their homes would have been recommended to incorporate water into their home interiors and gardens. Water, being one of the 5 elements itself, can be used to invoke the producing or exhausting cycle of 5 Element method, to cure problems or activate luck. Water is also the most powerful and promising method of activating “water stars” in the classical Flying Star practice. Placing a decorative water feature in interiors is very much a modern day practice be it intentional for feng shui or not. Because water cools air, adds moisture to dry places and let our homes evolve into comfortable, cozy and beautiful sanctuaries. Water feature with movements and its soothing sound create good fortune. Read more

The Chinese Zodiac System offers some clues to compatibility for life partners and lovers. Although it is a very general guideline, but its accuracy is still unquestionably higher than 65%. Therefore, the Chinese Fortune Tellers often advise youngsters not to avoid zodiac compatibility when they search for desired partners in life. Do take note that there are other formulas where some could adopt in determining love compatibility such as using the 8 Mansions Formula (East vs West group people) and 8 Characters Theory (where a person’s compatibility is determined by how their personal elements are complemented by their partner’s according to 5 Element Theory). Read more

Usage of lucky symbols can alter chi (a form of energy) and enhances our surrounding feng shui. Symbolism is the easiest feng shui system to apply for great results. Lucky symbols sold by Feng Shui Bestbuy have two general functions: energy booster and cure. Authentic feng shui items can cure misfortune and enhance luck in our environment to harmonize the surrounding chi, thus promoting prosperity, health, smoothness in all undertakings and relationship. Symbols placed in our environment attract or emit good chi and at the same time can also dissolve the bad ones. Read more

One of the favorite questions always asked by our feng shui clients is why they suffer from bad luck. When things do not follow the flow or the way the person wants it to be, it is always being described as “bad luck”. But how far is it true about this bad luck definition. Read more

5th Day of the 5th Moon (according to chinese lunar calendar) is an important date to many cultures. In 2020, the day falls on 25th June. It is the day that coincides to the Summer Solstice. Therefore, it is the longest day with the highest temperature of the year. While some may not have known, this day is a day of great evil. There is hidden fear and horror associated to the day. In fact, the whole of 5th lunar month has to be taken cautiously. One should not carry out any important events such as moving into a new home, getting married and starting a new business in the 5th lunar month. Read more

Ming Dynasty records mentioned that the nine sons of the dragon had different capabilities, each having one extraordinary skills and help one fulfill significant achievements. In the olden days, the 9 dragon images were only reserved for selfish emperors because they give so much luck and power that the emperor is worried laymen will benefit from their presence. The Emperor Chien Lung had during his era commissioned for the 9 Dragons Screen to be built in his palace and ever since his reign enjoyed the most power, success and riches. Because of their ability to create dynastic achievements for kingdoms, the Nine Dragons is highly recommended for ambitious people, business people, politicians, managers and executives looking for solid success. Read more

This article was written based on true stories told by our customers pertaining to their luck deterioration after they gave up their feng shui cures and enhancers irresponsibly. We thought of sharing this important piece of information in hope to create awareness among feng shui enthusiasts so that they do not carelessly fall into the same pitfalls due to poor sensitivity. Read more

This formula was discovered by us in 2007 when we studied the different zodiac affinity and clashes to the Grand Duke Jupiter in the lunar year of Pig during that year. A detailed brainstorming session among revered feng shui masters then gave birth to this formula which we like to publish for the benefit of feng shui enthusiasts. Read more

The Five Elements (fire, earth, metal, wood and water) is the fundamental that forms the basis of almost everything metaphysical for the chinese. Everything is created by one or combination of these elements. These include dates, directions, human organs, chinese characters and any other things be they tangible or intangible. These elements can produce and destruct each other following the laws of five element cycle, namely the Productive and Destructive cycle. For example, the above diagram shows the productive cycle of 5 Elements where fire produces earth, earth produces metal, metal produces water, water produces wood and wood produces fire. The Exhaustive Cycle describes how the opposite elements destroy each other like fire is destroyed by water. And in recent years, some creative masters have even created the Exhaustive Cycle (the reverse of Productive Cycle), reasonably justified and well accepted. Read more

Romance luck has always played a vital role as the primary kind of luck acquired in the studies of chinese metaphysics. In recent years, more people are placing stronger emphasis on romance luck compared to other kinds of luck. Other than health, wealth and prosperity, this is the most critical kind of luck that one desires in order to create happiness, joy and satisfaction in life. One can be fit and rich, but without romance his or her life will only be filled with loneliness and restricted joy. Read more

There are THREE primary areas that must be checked by a feng shui master when doing an on site audit: Main Door, Kitchen and Bedroom. Bedroom feng shui has its importance because the bedroom is the place where we spend one third of our lives (8 hours a day resting and sleeping). For a bedroom to successfully carry out its function of sleeping, intimacy and procreation which impacts health, vitality, love and the number of children the family is blessed with, one has to ensure that the “chi” that affects the bedroom feng shui is positive. First and foremost, the bedroom must itself has good forms and not affected by negative forms before we look at the location of the bedroom and the position of the bed. Remember that Form Feng Shui always over ride Flying Stars and 8 Mansions. Read more

The front door or the main door, is the most important feature of the house in feng shui. The house gets its “chi” through the front door. The quality of energy that enters the door will determine if good luck flows into the house. The family luck and fortune is therefore determined by the main door. The main door with good Feng Shui can improve the owner’s fortune. Read more

A trigram (tri-line system) consists of combination of three continuous or broken lines. A continuous line represents “yang”, while a broken line represents “yin”. With two types of lines in three different positions, eight possible trigrams are formulated. Ancient chinese labelled the time before the world was created as “wuji” (ultimate nothingness). A better paraphrase would be chaos – a state of disorganized formlessness. During the passage of time, “wuji” differentiates within itself to form taichi. The law of change is then derived and described as yin and yang. The trigrams collectively represent the trinity of heaven, earth and mankind. Each trigram is assigned a direction, an element and yin and yang characteristics according to either early or later heaven arrangement. Read more

In evaluating the external environment, there are 3 important factors to consider: finding protection, avoiding destructive energy and receiving benevolent energy. Negative forms in our surrounding exert destructive energy known as “sha chi”. Feng shui practitioners normally focus excessively on flying stars feng shui that they sometimes forget about the negative forms in the surrounding environment. They are unaware that no matter how good the flying stars are, if the external forms are bad, it can make their house feng shui negative. However, it is also worth taking note that we should be more concerned with negative forms that are huge and close by, compared to those that are small and a distance away. Negative external forms affect mostly elevated living in modern cities because higher living faces more possible features. The bigger and the nearer, the effect will be greater. In this article we shall discuss some classic examples of external poison arrows. These classic poison arrows if not taken seriously and cured, they can bring illnesses, bankruptcy or fatality. Read more

Traditional purists always check the Wu Gui (Five Ghosts) sector of houses during their audit sessions. As it is the major health’s corner, this is to ensure that it is properly remedied so that the entire household’s health will be at tip top condition. Read more

We have been asked the question about why some masters claim that Winter Solstice is important. And their followers have been told that early annual remedies have to be put up following the solar date of Winter Solstice. But the real reason behind that is never properly explained or revealed. We hope this article clarifies the matter. Read more 

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