Tag Archive | Auspicious amulets

Long Live Cicadas!

After a whopping 17 years of brewing underground, cicadas will emerge this spring in the northeastern United States.  It is said that their numbers will be in the billions!  Yes, BILLIONS, with a B!  They may very well be viewed as pests, but the good news is that they don’t bite or sting, and they […]

Lillian Too’s 2013 NYC Extravaganza

Feng Shui Grand Master Lillian Too is my mentor.  My knowledge of, and enthusiasm for Feng Shui has come primarily from Lillian over the years.  So when I got the email from her a couple of months ago inviting me to attend her first-ever New York City Feng Shui Extravaganza as a VIP I jumped […]

Feng Shui Amulets: The Pi Yao

The Pi Yao, also known as the Pixiu, Pi Xiu, Bi Xie, is a popular Feng Shui mythical, celestial creature. It is mostly a hybrid of a lion and dog, but has wings, a single horn on its head and is usually depicted with red eyes for further activation.  Its mouth is open with its […]

Feng Shui Amulets: The Wu Lou

The Wu Lou, also spelled Wu Luo and Hu Lu, is used to bring good health luck.  Buddhists and Taoists regard the Wu Lou as a symbol of good fortune in health and longevity. The most effective ones are made of brass, but they are also widely available in ceramic, wood and even stone.  The […]