2013 Chinese New Year Zodiac Animal Sign Predictions

2013 Predictions Chinese New Year

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in Feng Shui Articles, FengShui, Happiness, Health | 3 comments

Share/Bookmark 2013 Year of the Snake 12 Zodiac Animal Predictions This article is in English. If you prefer Chinese go to http://2013fengshuiandbirthdayreading.blogspot.com  Zodiac Rat character. Rat has a keen sense of observation, good prediction skills. And… you are forward thinking. Boat captains have a motto. “do not take the ship without rats,” If  boat is in trouble Rats will run away and the captain knows there is a future problem. Rats confirm...

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July 4th… The Country’s celebration and The Emperor’s Walk celebration

Posted by on Jul 4, 2012 in Blog, Emperors Walk, Feng Shui Articles, FengShui, Happiness, Health | 1 comment

Share/BookmarkWhat an amazing coincidence. Today is our countires birthday AND………………….   Today is the Emperor’s Walk 365th daily post. Happy birthday Emperor’s Walk Website! I encourage everyone of you to try this outdoor Feng Shui practice to gain the most power in your daily power walks. I hope you all enjoy so much the celebrations, beaches, forests, friends, families and Bar-B-Q’s during this very special...

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The Unusual Power of Honey During the Fall-Winter Transition

Posted by on Jun 7, 2011 in Blog, Chinese Health Secrets, Health | 0 comments

Share/BookmarkMany people realize the benefits of honey but it is most important during this fall to winter transition. Our bodies loose their balance when the weather changes and we turn up the heat indoors. We become dehydrated both inside and out. It is most important to drink water mixed with a tablespoon of honey every day. Do not put the honey in boiling water. It will destroy many of the healthy benefits of honey and its natural bacteria fighting qualities....

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Some Hints on Building Your Immune System This Flu Season

Posted by on Jun 5, 2011 in Blog, Chinese Health Secrets, English, Health | 0 comments

Share/BookmarkZhi Hai in Chinese is translated as “sea of knowledge”. I am not patting myself on my back but I have picked up much useful information, some “Chinese Secrets” and some simple guidance. So here are some very useful “anti Flu” season hints. There is a product called Cordyceps sinensis made by Chang Gung Biotechnology which contains a root that is excellent for building the immune system. I take one a day as does my...

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Chinese “Secret” to Keeping The Flu and Cold Out During The Fall and Winter

Posted by on Jun 5, 2011 in Blog, Chinese Health Secrets, English, Health | 2 comments

Share/BookmarkThe big problem with winter colds is of course preventing getting an initial chill. The Chinese believe that the chill is caused  by allowing wind and or cold to enter open pores in the body THAT HAVE BECOME ACCUSTOMED TO BEING OPEN ALL SUMMER.  We use ginger to prevent or reverse this. It literally drives the flu OUT of the body as compared to letting it IN. Before you get flu the best way to treat yourself is to slice fresh ginger and use odd number...

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Hair Beauty – Chinese People Are Known For Their Beautiful Hair.

Posted by on Jun 4, 2011 in Blog, Chinese Beauty Secrets, English, Health | 2 comments

Share/BookmarkYours Can Be Naturally Beautiful Too. Here’s How To Take Care Of Your Hair In Autumn Balance once again is the secret. In Autumn many people loose lots of hair because the weather changes and body dries. Skin becomes itchy  which is a sure sign that your will experience hair problems. Here’s a secret passed down from my wonderful grandmother. Use beer and warm water as base to wash hair. A second way is to add a bit of salt and vinegar to...

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