I’m thrilled! The students enrolled in my MPC (Master Practitioner’s Course) online come from about 30 different countries… to name a few – Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Kuwait, Portugal, Romania, South Africa, Russia, UAE, Switzerland…well I could go on and on, but you get the idea. It is just amazing that I am able reach so many through online teaching and pass this valuable feng shui life knowledge to them. Here’s what a few students have said about this course so far….
…I am very happy about this course, just recently I have been aggressively putting my feng shui skills into practice…Taking this course I feel I am more receptive to learning and absorbing all this new material through different eyes. I am sure I will meet you soon. I missed the opportunity when you came to New York, that won’t happen again.”
YF Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“I have truly enjoyed the first module and the space clearing techniques. Very excited to learn more. Lillian is a very good teacher. Wish I could study the class in person but being new at my work does not permit the opportunity. …Thank You”
CH, Hayward, California
…you have turned m life around for the better. I have been taking four courses to get to know this technique better….I follow all your writing, magazines and books and I’m sure this course is so attractive too and helpful. I truly and sincerely wish that I will be able to meet you one day very soon.”
AS, Westminster, London
So there you have it…just a few comments from the many students now on the course.
But here’s the thing…. several of you have written to me letting me know that you missed out on the opportunity to join the course and are interested in enrolling. I have decided to re-open the course for enrollment for a few more days – you may have already received an email from me about this. MPC Online is usually only offered once a year so I urge you to take advantage of the opportunity if you are interested. Here’s a link today where you can learn more about the course!
Wishing you all a great week ahead and I look forward to seeing you at my upcoming Extravaganza in Singapore on the 20th of November or in KL on the 11th of December!
Personal Taste & Feng Shui
People often ask me how to incorporate their own personal tastes and likes into the decoration and arrangement of furniture in their homes in order to maximize the benefits of good feng shui.
As with everything, your personal creativity and taste (and individual priorities) must be factored into any room design to achieve maximum results. Otherwise you will never be happy or satisfied in the room! So the first thing I always tell people is to listen to yourself and please don’t use any paint color, furniture arrangement or piece of art that you yourself don’t really like. Respect your inner voice and your will find your personal chi blending with the way you decorate and arrange your rooms.
Now here’s another important point to remember. Unless you have positive interaction with all the objects you place inside your home, they will not have as much power to actualize good luck for you. Just imagine that you hate the colour pink, yet you know if it is used in a particular sector it attract love into your life. My recommendation is not to use it because your dislike of the colour is related to you own auric field at some subconscious level. So please do respect your intuition and feelings in this regard.
Your tastes will change as you age, along with your preferences for color, furniture, and decorative objects that appeal to you. You may want a more minimalistic modern look or a cozier feel to your home. So do take time to rearrange your room and furniture and activate your corners as often as you like. However do keep in mind the annual and monthly flying stars – the annual cures must remain in place throughout the year and should not be moved or changed.
Personally I love to change things around and nothing makes me happier than to revitalize my rooms! This creates the beneficial movement of chi but also ensures the energy of my home never gets tired and my life never stagnates. A very good time for a thorough cleaning and rearrangement is just before the start of the New Year. Never forget that feng shui is all about the science of enhancing your personal space so pay attention to your inner voice and make your space your own.
Time To Tune In
Feng shui is all about energy – the tangible energy created by physical buildings, structures or other objects that affect energy flow as well as what I like to call “intangible energy”. Intangible energy is more subtle and sometimes hard to detect in your home…it may come from the history of past residents, the earth energy on which the home was built and the inner spirit of your home. Sometimes a home may be afflicted by spiritual entities from other realms.
Here’s how you can tune in to the pattern and flow of chi -both inside and outside your place of residence. Stand at the entrance to your home facing outward and focus your attention – feel the energy that is coming toward you and your main entrance. Is it agitated and fast moving…or does it have a more benevolent and slower feel to it? If your home is being hit by a poison arrow or hostile building the energy will feel agitated and fast, whereas if your home faces a bright hall or calm environment it will feel more calm and restful.
Now go inside and walk through your home. Usually you can sense if a room is more yin than yang – is it dark, quiet and feeling a little sad…or is there strong yang energy present with a happy feeling? Here’s the interesting thing. The energy of a home usually mirrors the energy of its residents. Homes that exude a defeated or tired energy usually belong to tired or exhausted people, while the energy of homes of successful and happy people is usually more yang in nature. Of course it’s different with everyone but usually a home or office reflects the attitude, nature, mood and well being of its residents.
The more you practice this, the better you will become at recognizing the different types of energy. Everyone has the ability to feel the energy of spaces – some have a more heightened awareness than others…but everyone has the potential to sense the energy around them. Continue to practice and you will be amazed at how your skill level changes.
To your success!
Grand Master Lillian Too is undoubtedly the world’s most prolific and popular writer and advocate on living with good feng shui! She has written over 100 books that have been translated into 31 different languages, and over 10 million copies of her books have been sold worldwide.
After graduating with an MBA from Harvard Business School, Lillian went on to pursue a highly successful business career in banking and finance in the 1980’s in Hong Kong. Her business acumen, drive and abundant energy soon led her from the finance world to the world of luxury department stores and boutiques where, through a leveraged buy out, she became Chairman and shareholder of The Dragon Seed Group.
All the while she was guided and taught by her feng shui masters in Hong Kong and China – and she attributes much of her monumental and quick rise to success in Hong Kong directly to them.
Lillian soon decided to retire from active corporate life and return to Malaysia to raise her beautiful daughter, Jennifer, and spend more time with her family. It was at this time she began to devote her energy to writing and furthering her study of feng shui.
She published her first book in Malaysia in 1995 that quickly became a best seller and the rest is history. Today she is Chairman of Wofs.Com, a feng shui franchise and merchandising company run by her daughter, Jennifer Too.
She trains feng shui students and future consultants at her Certified Consulting Institute in Malaysia and is much loved by her readers, associates and students for the way she teaches practical feng shui in a user-friendly way, using ordinary situations and circumstances that interest people and affect their everyday lives.
In November 2009, at the International Feng Shui Convention in Singapore, the well-deserved title of GRAND MASTER OF FENG SHUI was conferred upon Lillian Too. Immediately following this accolade, in early January 2010, she received the prestigious Brand Laureate Personality of The Year Award presented by the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia! There seems to be no stopping her popularity and these days!
Lillian believes everyone should know her secrets and learn how to adapt feng shui to modern life… and she warmly welcomes you into her Mandala.
You can learn more about Lillian by visiting her website at www.lillian-too.com.
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Never forget good common sense when you are practicing feng shui. Ask yourself when you are analyzing something if the suggested method really makes sense in your particular situation. Don’t overdo and always remember the importance of balance and harmony! Make adjustments as necessary if you feel things are not quite right – sometimes a simple adjustment is all that is needed to correct a problem.
We Chinese believe that light falling rain is an auspicious sign – especially if it’s on the day when you go out to look at a piece of property! In feng shui water signifies money so this is actually a sign of good luck. Watch out if the weather becomes stormy and blustery, as this isn’t such a good sign.