Continuing the Cycle of Prosperity Classes
Join us on Tuesday, January 18th at 6:00pm
For only $25.00
Come and learn how to reach your prosperity goals in 2011
The Soul of your Home is YOU!
Learn how working with Feng Shui & your Chakras
can help support & discover YOU.
One of Kind Complimentary Teleseminar
Yvonne Phillips, Feng Shui Expert
Mary Jo Shaffer, Author of Rainbow Eyes: Chakramid Reflections
When: Tuesday, September 28th
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Join us from the privacy of your own home.
Feng Shui Game has been designed to be intuitive and very easy to use for everybody. Even if you don’t play games very often, with Feng Shui Game you will discover the pleasure of casual gaming, while exercising your brain and learning something!
Memory training for the whole family!
Everybody can play Feng Shui Game and benefit from its brain training value, from kids (7+) to seniors! In DUO mode, play with your husband or wife, with your kids, with your parents… and with your friends of course!
Immersive and relaxing
Happy Blue Fish Studio designed the characters and the game elements in order to provide a nice experience while you play. You can really disconnect from the outside world and, with your headphones on, immerse yourself in relaxing moments.
If you have a blog or website and would be interested in reviewing the game, please email Yvonne at email@example.com .
Tangerines and oranges are passed out freely during Chinese New Year as the words for tangerine and orange sound like luck and wealth, respectively. And let's not forget pomelos. This large ancestor of the grapefruit signifies abundance, as the Chinese word for pomelo sounds like the word for "to have."
Feng Shui is based on an ancient philosophy and it is supported by intentions or resolutions. This is exactly what this day is about. It is locked into ancient tradition and symbolism and you too will be given the secrets to support you and your family on that day.
I trained with Grand Master Lillian Too and these are the "secrets" she shared with her students. They are fun and your children will be happy to be a part of this day. Along with the these traditions, I will be sharing what my family does on this day. I started this event when my children were very young, just to give them some fun on a dreary winter day, who would believe that I would get so immersed in this ancient tradition! You too can be a part of this day, if you are unable to attend, I will be glad to send the recording directly to your mail box.
Gung Hay Fat Choy-Happy 2010