Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Fengshui Heals Terminal Illness

A good Fengshui master armed with the ability to help people turn their lives around is extremely difficult to come by. If you are fortunate enough to meet one, give thanks to the universe's goodness and praise God for it.

A good Fengshui master who can implement and construct Lifegrave to help save lives is even more difficult to come by. 2 years ago, a case of Lifegrave Fengshui has helped a 56 years old man who were previously declared by western doctor for having Terminal Illness with survival period of less than 2 month. He was extremely lucky to be able to meet Master Koh through introduction and even luckier that in such a short notice, a suitable piece of land and lucky date and time could be determined.

To cut the long story short, it has way passed the 2 months prognosis by the doctor's. Something to note is that such good Fengshui must be accompanied by good deeds and good heart. It's not how much money you give to others that matter, it's the heart of giving and helping others and the constant positive mindset reminder of how goodness has happened in one's life that can change a person's bad fate, and turn it to be good.


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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Importance of Site Spotting

Spotting the right location for a lifegrave is one of the important components and is also the most tedious and difficult thing to do. We have gone to countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia and China in search of good feng shui sites for lifegrave use. We go through the processes of climbing mountains, crossing rivers, negotiating with land owners and obtaining authority permissions to eventually start the construction of the lifegrave to help our clients achieve their goals and objectives.

The picture here is the front view of the lifegrave site we have in Indonesia. This site has the view of 明堂开阔,千军万马, referring to a good piece of feng shui land that can allow thousands of soldiers and tens of thousands of stallions to pass through. Such good view brings about a good Qi collection point and enormously enhances the effectiveness of this excellent feng shui site.
For Feng Shui (properties audit, divination, lifegrave etc.) related consultations and courses, please contact or +65 91002615 for more information.
Monday, July 30, 2012

What is Sheng Ji?

Sheng Ji (or sometimes referred to as Lifegrave) Feng Shui is the most well kept secret of Feng Shui.

Feng Shui is basically divided into two kinds: Yin Dwelling Feng Shui and Yang Dwelling Feng Shui. The yin dwelling refers to a grave and the yang dwelling refers to the residence of the living persons.

Burying a deceased in a grave with good Feng Shui will bring about good fortune, prosperity and health for the descendants.

Lifegrave Feng Shui is an advanced Feng Shui technique which applies the Yin Dwelling Feng Shui principles to a living person. It involves creating a false tomb for a living person so that he or she can benefit from the grave’s good Feng Shui during his or her life time.




Thursday, July 26, 2012

New Life Grave in Indonesia

Praying to the local land god

Constructing of the life grave.
Placing of owner items and sealing in process.   

New Life Grave erected at Indonesia

Front view of the life grave
Completed life grave with grass