Other Articles by Kerby Kuek
kind of parent are you?
September 24, 2010
to fung shui, certain facial features can determine the nature of parents.
look at mothers first.
face: a mother with a round face is more family-oriented as opposed to a
sharp-faced mother who is unlikely to stick around the home. The well-being of
children is very important for a round- faced mother.
or thin eyebrows: too thick eyebrows indicate a mother who is careless about
details. A woman with fine eyebrows will pay constant attention to the needs
of her children.
and caring eyes (not too small): children prefer these to ferocious eyes.
nose bridge (not too high): a mother with a nose bridge that is too high will
not accept her children's ideas and more often than not create unnecessary and
unwanted social problems for her offspring.
lips (not too thin): a mother with too thin lips is talkative and often will
not try to understand as much as she wants to be understood.
let's look at fathers.
chin: since the chin represents the later years of a person, as well as the
children's ability to unite family relationships, the fullness of a chin
signifies that a father will have better family-gathering abilities and
flat cheekbones: flat cheekbones mean that a person will not get angry easily.
A father with such cheekbones will care a lot about his children's upbringing
without using unnecessary force.
eyes: a father with big eyes is more sensitive to his children's well- being
and does not resort to unnecessary force. A father with big eyes likes to
reason with his children.
bridge without any breaks or bumps: such a father has close family
relationships and values.
nose bridge: a father with a lower nose bridge will accept his children's
opinions and ideas more openly, thus creating better fellowship among family
hairline: a father with a higher hairline is more analytical and unbiased, a
characteristic that will be appreciated if you have many kids.
Thought of the week: Laugh as much as you breathe
and love as long as you live.
up good karma
September 17, 2010
word "karma" means doing an action. Doing good is kusula karma,
doing evil is akusala karma, and doing neutral actions - neither of merit or
demerit - is avyakata karma.
person who does all these forms of karma is the owner of his karma, and it is
he who is responsible for his own good or evil. Each one of us should realize
that we own our karma, which is what we have done in absolutely every case.
of someone who is intelligent, clever and wealthy; who has never had much
illness, who has physical well- being; who, when he thinks of something he
wants, it comes to him as though the gods sent it. And wherever he goes,
people look after him with care and respect, and venerate him. He has so much
good fortune, but he cannot share it with anyone.
the same way, each of us is responsible for the results of our own karma, good
is the way of karma, and the owner of good karma is the heart that knows.
Tai Sui (Grand Duke Jupiter)
Sui literally means the star that is fully in charge, or in command, for that
particular year. This is heavily associated with the Heavenly Stem and Earthly
Heavenly Stem represents heavenly energies, and thus the sky's energy. In
scientific terms, this is the magnetic field and radiation emissions. The
Earthly Branch represents the earth's energies with directions.
year, the Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches combine in different ways, and
the chemical reaction results in different energy directions, some kind and
the Year of the Boar (2007), for example, the North direction/sector had a
candlelight fire element.
a water-loving Boar interacting with light fire energies - what would the
chemical reaction be like?
tell me. Stock markets crashed, bankruptcies surged. Volatility, volatility
Tai Sui sector should be kept quiet. Construction, demolition or any movement
in such a sector is said to obstruct the natural flow of energies.
is why there is a saying in Chinese: Never obstruct the Tai Sui, and leave it
year, the Tai Sui sector is in the northeast and next year, in the east.
of the week: Experience is the name everybody gives to their mistakes.
September 10, 2010
fung shui is a valuable tool in the workplace. It helps to increase sales, boost the morale of employees, increase productivity and induce kind energies. Apply fung shui at your business or office at home.
work, you should have your seat on a solid surface and have stable back
an artificial support if you do not have one. You can do this by placing eight
white stones or pebbles under your seat, or cover your seat with brown and
to avoid at your workplace include having the back of your seat facing the
makes sense since a rule of thumb requires your back to have support, so any
opening from behind is deemed to be a leakage or loophole interfering with
the back of your seat faces the door, you may find it difficult to win the
support of your superiors or your work will require constant correction.
you should move your workplace. If you cannot or do not have a choice, you
should cover your chair with a yellow or brown shirt and place eight white
stones under your seat.
sure you arrange them properly and they are not out of place.
a minute to find out which of your co-workers faces such a situation and
examine the repercussions he or she faces, if any.
a wall plate mirror behind your seat is essentially the same as having the
back of your seat facing the door.
rationale is that the mirror reflects you without any concrete support.
mirror also serves as an absorbing tool to attract kind energies like water.
since you are in front of the mirror, your energies will be drained away. You
will feel muscle pain and be lethargic most of the time.
a minute to examine what type of mirror you have in your home or office.
mirrors are concave and some are flat, for different purposes. The flat mirror
absorbs energy, while the concave reflects energies.
(features in Hong Kong Standard Newspaper every Friday)
Kerby Kuek has published
three books on fung shui. He specializes in yin and yang fung shui, I-ching,
life analysis and astrology.
E-mail address of Mr. Kerby Kuek : Kerbykuek@gmail.com