The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel

Feng Shui: More On Beams


Hanging windchimes can combat the bad chi caused by overhead beams, or what the hell, rip up all your ceilings based on some obscure logic from a faraway land!
Top masters in Hong Kong hilariously advise hang two flutes tied with red threads each at a forty five degree angle with the tops closer to one another.
So that's how those Hong Kong Chinese make all their money!  And I thought it was 7-day-work weeks, family connections, multi-nationals, the Triads, and other more logical factors.
I want some flutes and red ribbons.
(Just wait till we get to the part of this book as to what can happen to you if you don't position your parents' graves at the exact angles - Scary scary!}
Finally, it is better not to have to deal with exposed beams at all, as you may have guessed by now.
At the office, you will find your career magically zoom upwards if you start petitioning your boss and your corporation to remove all exposed beams, which may cause you headaches and work setbacks!

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