Don’t Feng Shui Like David Beckham

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Indian Feng Shui Master, Mohan Deep describes David BeckhamÂ?s act of stitching Feng Shui symbols in his football shoes as `offensive`, and a `stunt` to sell Adidas shoes.

Dubbing David Beckham’s act of stitching Feng Shui symbols in his football shoes as`offensive`, `amateur` and `bad Feng Shui`, Indian Feng Shui Master Mohan Deep has called it a stunt to sell Adidas shoes.

Writing in his weekly Feng Shui column Mohan Deep states,” Sacred symbols are never worn on the feet. It is considered offensive. And it brings bad luck.” Referring to another similar instance involving Balaji Films, the biggest TV and film company in India he recalls how the CEO of this company got Yin and Yang on a large floor tile in front of the reception. Dirtied by the visitors’ shoes and bad energy shoes bring, it brought her bad luck. Their ambitious project a Bollywood film entitled Kyon Ki Main Jhoot Nahin Bolta (Because I do not speak lies) bombed badly.

Referring to David Beckham and Victoria’s increasing marital troubles over his scandalous affair with his secretary Rebecca Loos and now, with an English beautician, Feng Shui Master Mohan Deep describes the fairytale as over even as Victoria is pregnant with her third child, because of `bad Feng Shui`.

Mohan Deep has gone deep into the ancient art of geomancy and has even discovered aspects unknown till today to find for himself a niche among the big names related to Feng Shui.

His immense following among the Asian communities has turned him into a cult figure and the success stories of his clients in India and abroad have grown into legends. Working 14 hours a day, he avoids assistants and always gives his personal attention to every question, every mail and every client. The author of `Feng Shui for the Bold & Beautiful, the Rich & Famous` writes Feng Shui related columns and articles for several Indian publications. His advice to David Beckham: consult a good Feng Shui Master!

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