By implementing the easy energy-changing [Feng Shui] pattern, my business and life began to move into a wonderful effortless flow of abundance, joy and success, taking me to an unbelievable height.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 3, 2006
While its secret codes and ancient lore made The Da Vinci Code a splash at the box office last weekend, religious leaders have been quick to remind Americans that it’s all a work of fiction — the product of a fecund imagination. But real secret codes do still exist in today’s day and age and Feng Shui Master Kwai Lan Chan is living proof of that. Schooled in the 5,000-year-old Feng Shui secrets that only a select few have been handed down, Chan possesses the skills and knowledge to change business owners’, especially women entrepreneurs’, lives. For more information on how she has transformed the quality of life for her clients — and how she can transform yours — visit Kwai Lan Chan online at http://www.imperialfengshui.com.
While unraveling encoded messages are a point of commonality, secret codes aren’t the only thing The Da Vinci Code and Feng Shui share in common. At the core of both lies the repression of women. Just as the Catholic Church forbids women to enter the priesthood and rise to religious power, the ancient Chinese forbade the passing down of Feng Shui secrets to women. In fact, Kwai Lan Chan was only made privy to such confidential information after her mother passed her off as a boy to her father. Although modern-day society has afforded women many professional advances, Chan points out that “deep inside, we (women) subconsciously carry the same low self-esteem our female ancestors felt. This lack of self-confidence, in turn, conditions us to think that only men can be successful.”
The Da Vinci Code and Feng Shui also carry a Vatican connection. Chan points to the center of gravity Heaven Pool, the presence of Pope John Paul’s bedroom on the powerful Dragon side and the Ming Tang at the front of the building as evidence of the Vatican’s use of Feng Shui. Chan says, “It has been proven that even religious factions like the Catholic Church are using the Feng Shui concept in the design of their headquarters. What’s more, the majority of Feng Shui secrets were brought back to Europe by the Catholic priests who spent time in China.”
Where The Da Vinci Code and Feng Shui part ways, however, lies in the fiction-versus-fact department. Whereas The Da Vinci Code is based on a fabricated story, Feng Shui is not a work of fiction or even a religion. It is an actual science. Meaning wind and water, Feng Shui harnesses the energy of both elements to affect one’s overall well-being. And it is the well-being of women in particular that Chan hopes to positively impact with her knowledge. Previous clients attest that she is doing just that.
June Davidson of the American Seminar Leader Association is one such client. “By implementing the easy energy-changing [Feng Shui] pattern, my business and life began to move into a wonderful effortless flow of abundance, joy and success, taking me to an unbelievable height.” It’s precisely this abundance and success Chan strives to instill in all her clients’ lives.
For more information on how Kwai Lan Chan’s ancient secrets can empower you or the women in your life, contact her at (818) 980-3388 or email her at magicalfengshui @ gmail.com. To learn more about how Chan has transformed her clients’ lives through Feng Shui, visit her online at http://www.imperialfengshui.com.
Kwai Lan Chan
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Burbank, CA 91503