Cover of FSW#81// March 2015 (Click on the cover to preview this issue)  
   
 

The Year of the Sheep starts pretty late this year, with Chinese New Year falling near the end of February. This makes the beginning of March still a part of the auspicious first fifteen days of the Lunar New Year. This means there is no Lap Chun this year, making it auspicious for us to boost all things associated with Spring, bringing into the home the growth energy of thriving plants and better still with flowers blooming and where possible also bearing fruits.


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Traditional Chinese Paintings bring Symbolism in feng shui to Glorious Life
Why Chinese brush strokes can infuse chi into traditional symbols of good fortune.
 
     
 
Pilgrimage to Bodhgaya 2015
Lillian Too brings an intimage group of students from 10 countries to magical Bodhgaya with her guru Khenpo Delek Rinpoche.
 
     
 
Guiding the Chi in my Ever-Evolving Garden
Lillian Too shares her vital thoughts on revitalising her gardens in preparation for the Wood Sheep Year.
 
   
 
Katy Perry: No Dark Horse
Superstar Katy mesmerizes the world in her grand and glitzy Superbowl performance! Jennifer Too investigates what’s in store for Katy in the Wood Sheep year!
 
     
 
Using an Angled Partition Wall to Solve the Dilemma of Negative Facing Directions
Honey Lim shares a case study of how this doctor’s facing directions were dramatically improved after making small changes to his office partition wall.
 
     
 
The Blessing Before the Building
Lillian Too attends the elaborate land-blessing ritual of Khenpo Delek Rinpoche’s new retreat centre in Dehradun, India.
 
 
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