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SCHEDULE

1.13.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Honolulu

8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Honolulu Country Club
1690 Ala Puumalu Street
For more information contact:
honolulu@theqicenter.org
Phone: (808) 348-7565

1.27.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Denver

10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Community Support Services
14292 East Evans Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014
For registration contact:
Jim Lowdermilk
Phone: (303) 482-6441
For more information contact:
Jayne Tschirhart-Short
Phone: (303) 210-1070

2.3.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Phoenix

For more information contact:
LauRha Frankfort
Phone: (602) 956-7882

2.10.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Kauai

9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Happiness Planting Center
3343 Kanakolu Street, Lihue
For more information contact:
Dora Hong
Phone: (808) 651-8893

2.18.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Los Angeles

9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Embassy Suite
800 N. Central Avenue
Glendale, CA 91203
For more information contact:
Alexis Colianni
Phone: (626) 445-4284


 

 
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Learn to master your destiny, energy cycle and precautions to take for success in 2018!

The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded jointly to three American physicians:  Doctors Michael W. Young, Michael Robash and Jeffrey C. Hall, "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm--helping to explain how plants, animals and humans adapt their biological rhythm to synchronize with the Earth’s revolutions”. What this means in short is every living organism has an internal, biological clock or a cycle of energy of cells with a 24-hour circadian clock.

Feng Shui’s 5000-year history has known of this 24-hour body clock, and how energy cycles flow, adapt and change for one month, the Four seasons, every year, every 10 years, 12 years, 20 years, 60 years, 120 years and even 500 years – it’s a kind of time, space and universal energy at a micro and macro level of how we interact with our environment.  

The characteristics of Feng Shui in 2017 were mainly:
1) Wind in nature: This year the wind caused storms and floods including Hurricane; Harvey, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The winds caused one of the worst disasters in modern California history, a series of fires burning more than 245,000 acres, destroyed 8,900 homes and killed 44 people costing $3.3 billion to date.

2) On the public side, 2017 the mood was unstable and angry as seen in the largest  shootings, suicides, or terrorist attacks in history this year. In the US, 317 mass shootings have occurred in 2017 as of 11/14/17.

3) There were too many disputes in the social sphere: between the two parties, between Congress and the White House; between the President and the Media. This 2017 energy cycle also impacts individuals, families, businesses with increased arguments, lawsuits, bankruptcies. Bloomberg News reported Healthcare company bankruptcies have more than tripled in 2017 and CNN Money reported more bankruptcies in the Retail sector with more retail stores closings than any other year on record—a total of 670 stores in the US. 

4) The body's physical health is mainly due to the fact that the body's hepatobiliary imbalance is greatest in the liver and gall diseases and heart disease caused by the wind in the body, High blood pressure, stroke, gout. Some people born in the year with the last number 7 (seven) – 1937, 47. 57, 67, 77 and so on, have had problems with their health, all because of the 10-year cycle. Those born in the zodiac years of the rabbit, rooster, dog and rat needed to adjust their Feng Shui regarding luck, career, health, money, family, love, etc., to be less problematic.  This is because of the 12-year cycle.

The above four aspects are determined by the Five Elements of Feng Shui which were closely related to "wood" and to the "seven" of the I Ching.

So how will the Feng Shui for 2018 affect and relate to a person, a family, a business, and the country?  You are most welcome to join us and learn the 2018 Feng Shui from Master Hong.