Everything is Energy

Who is it?

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Born 29th of September 1961 – the same year as Barack Obama. Migrated to Australia with her family in 1966. Graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1986. In 1990 was admitted as the first female partner in the law firm she was working with (Gee it took them that long!)   Read More . . .

Who's hiding in that burrow?

Saturday, March 06, 2010

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The year of the metal tiger

Monday, March 01, 2010

2010 is the Year of the Tiger   Read More . . .

Prosperity, Career and Relationships Feng Shui and the BaGua

Thursday, December 03, 2009

What’s all this about career, relationships and the toilet! How about my wealth corner is missing – what can I do!    Read More . . .

Angels, Demon & Ghosts Feng Shui and Paranormal Phenomena

Thursday, December 03, 2009

In Asia there are unethical people running around scaring the horses. They tell their clients or their potential clients that they have ghosts! That they need an expensive ‘clearing’ ceremony to clear out these hungry ghosts who disrupt the energy of the household.   Read More . . .

Oh my God is that me?

Tuesday, December 01, 2009
start of the yin wood pig   Read More . . .

Month of the Dog

Monday, November 30, 2009

October is the month of the yang wood dog.

Wood clashes with the earth (Dog).

As we are in the year of the ox this can pose danger to the health for people who are born in other earth signs and particularly if they have Dragon on their month pillar.

As a community service I decided to post the days of maximum clash so people can take care of their health.

October

8th  fire dog

10th earth ox

14th water dragon

17th wood sheep

20th earth dog

23rd metal ox

26th wood dragon

29th fire sheep

November

1st metal do4th water ox

1st half of 7th  – fire dragon

If you have had a reading with me or some other Chinese Astrologist you will know your day master and what is sitting on your month pillar.

Have a good week and be sure to come back next week for some more updates get the full October newsletter.

Cheers

vicki

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Tai Chi, Bei Dai He and a little lovin’ in the sand

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Most of the month of September I was in China. It was a very interesting time full of different experiences. I did not travel very well and managed to come down with a tummy bug that lasted for 3 days and then a few days to recover.

Then the msg (both synthetic and naturally occurring certainly was difficult to deal with)!

Tai Chi in Bei Dai He was excellent and we were really honoured to be ‘received’ into the family. There were many unique moments and doing Tai Chi with people from all around the world was one of them..

Here is a little montage of photos from the trip.

Two masters, One Champion and one Future Champion.

 

 

Pre Wedding Photos

Whilst we were there we were witness to a very interesting cultural practice – pre-wedding photos.  We had a room that overlooked the board walk and several times a day would look out the window to see people sitting, standing or squatting on the board walk.  They were dressed in finery – which we eventually decoded as wedding garb.  The curious thing was the girls would lift their long trailing skirts and reveal jeans and sneakers underneath!

When we walked on the beach we saw all these peculiar props.  One stroll we saw what they were for – they were the props for these pre-wedding photos.  We did think that there were a great deal of people getting married and there did not seem to be that many people in the wedding party.


One day watching CNN whilst lying in bed nursing my tummy I found out what they were.  They are a reaction to the previous very restrictive marriage laws and institutions of the past. Now young people have pre-wedding photos and they are a signal to the society that they are now ‘an item’ or in our parlance living together.

10 years ago!

One day we got a call from our friend and Tai Chi Master to turn on the TV. There on the television was our sadly deceased friend Margaret Young on one of her trips to Beijing in about 1999 doing the shortened Wu sword form.  Way too bizarre – go to China to see your friend (who died about 4 years ago) doing a Tai Chi demo!

We gave gifts on the last day and were very happy with the extreme pleasure they gave.  We gave books, calendars and a carved piece of serpentine and stichtite which had been dug up in Tasmania, sent to China to be carved and then returned to Tasmania, we then took it back to China! Well travelled rock – lets not even think about the carbon footprint of that little number.  Sadly our days by the sea ended and we were off to Beijing.

More about that in the next post.

Go to my monthly newsletter if you want to read about the monthly energies and the tussle between Malcolm Turnbull, Joe Hockey, Tony Abbot and lets throw Kevin Rudd into the mix.  October is going to be a big month for them all.

Salutations

Vicki

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The cycles of yin and yang are constantly moving. Yin gives rise to yang and yang descends to give rise to yin. It is a constantly moving cycle. Through birth and death and birth again.
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