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Here’s your September 2017 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter

Powerful Wind Chimes

Some people may think that they hang wind chimes at the house, it means that they set up Feng Shui. It is not 100% corrected. Wood and metal wind chimes should be hung to the right sector for good luck, the number of the rod will help to bring different kinds of luck. If you place wind chimes in the wrong area, it will bring you bad luck instead.

The powerful 6 Rods Metal Wind Chimes will control the negative earth star (number 2 illness star and five yellow star) and wood star (number 3 argument star). Also, you can hang the Metal Wind Chimes to attract gambling and investment luck. If you would like to attract the windfall luck, you should hang it at North and East sector this year. According to a Feng Shui rule, wind chimes can’t hang above the Pi Yao; otherwise, it will not bring luck to you. 9 Rods of wind chime should be hung at Northeast and Southeast for opportunities, relationship and education luck. 8 Rods wind chimes is good for money luck.

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in SEPTEMBER 2018

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Here’s your August 2017 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter
Hungry Ghost Festival (盂蘭節)

The seventh month (Chinese Lunar calendar) of each year in Asia, especially in China, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, is known as the Hungry Ghost month. The Hungry Ghost Festival will start from August 22 to September 19 according to the Chinese Lunar calendar.

The dates, August 22 to September 19, are mostly applied to the Chinese who live in the southern part of China. The rest of the Chinese will practice the Hungry Ghost night on September 4, 2017.

The ghosts and spirits, including the deceased ancestors, will come out from the lower realm (地獄) located in the Northeastern part of the planet. During this month, living descendants will offer incense, offer food to the deceased ancestors, and burn items made from paper mache: clothes, “gold bars,” and appliances.

“Namah Sarva Tathagatha Avalokite Om Sambhara Smabhara Hung.”

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Feng Shui at home & office – Quick Fix for health and relationship
Learn the easiest way to change and set up Good Feng Shui for modern living.

Presented by Peter Lung

Health and relationship luck is the most important parts of our lives. If you are missing both, you will not be able to enhance your wealth. In this class, you will learn how to enhance, attract, and activate the Feng Shui luck. In addition, you will learn how to control the negative stars.

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Here’s your MAY, 2017 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in MAY 2017

May 5 – June 4, 2017– Month of the Yin Wood SNAKE

We are going to the fourth month of the Year of the Yin Fire Rooster and one month before the Summer season. There will be lots of opportunities for money luck from June to August 2017. It is about time for you to organize and make the plan for the rest of the year. Summer season will be the good time for you to buy & sell your stock. Pay attention that the market will be weak starting Autumn.

Celebrate the coming Mother’s Day with your mother and wife! Bring her auspicious gift from WOFS USA www.wofsusa.com!

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Here’s your March, 2017 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in March 2017

March 5 – April 3, 2017– Month of the Yin Water RABBIT

Time goes very fast, we are in the second month of the Year of Rooster, there are still lots of argument and disagreement in the world. It will be going until the second quarter starting in May 2017. Please be patient and all the problem will be solved. There are lots of opportunities for money-making.

Rabbit: You need to pay attention to your health and take more risk, even though this is your month, there may be lots of obstacles. You can carry the Sun & Moon 5 Element Pagoda amulet for protection.

Dragon: For better money luck this month, you should lay low and avoid trouble from the co-worker. Display the Tai Kat Tai Lay on your desk or bedroom for better wealth luck.

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Here’s your February, 2017 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter

Happy Chinese New Year! 恭喜發財! 心想事成!

February is the first month of the Year of Yin Fire Rooster, as it starts on the late evening of February 3, 2017. Please make sure to set up your Feng Shui enhancements accordingly. There are five good sectors – North, Northeast, East, Southeast and center, and you must activate the auspicious luck. Four bad sectors – Northwest, West, Southwest and South, you need to display the Feng Shui cures in all of these 4 sectors. Please do not sit facing West. Here is the Flying Star chart for 2017:

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in February 2017

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Here’s your November, 2016 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter

Happy Thanksgiving! (感恩節快樂)

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in November 2017

November 7 – December 6, 2016 – Month of the Yin Earth BOAR

Boar: This is not the smooth month for the Boar person, you need to pay attention for car accident and operation. Beware of people doing bad thing behind your back and you need to be laid low to avoid all the obstacles. You can wear the Ten Hum brooch or carry the Ten Hum keychain for protection.

Rat: Pay attention to your health and needs to take more rest. It is the good month for you to make the future plan. Beware of losing personal belongings and the car accident. You should carry the anti-burglary keychain for protection or display Buddha prayer wheel on the dashboard of your car.

Ox: It will be the busy month for the Ox person and take care of the problem step by step. There will be lots of obstacles and should carry the Umbrella Parasol keychain to control the negative energy.

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Here’s your September, 2016 WOFSUSA.COM Newsletter & Celebrate the (Mid-Autumn / Harvest Moon Festival)(中秋節)

Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in September 2016

September 7 – October 7, 2016 – Month of the Yin Fire ROOSTER and Mid-Autumn / Harvest Moon Festival (中秋節)

The Mid-Autumn festival is held the 15th day of the 8th month of Chinese lunar calendar. This year it will be on September 15. It’s said that the moon is the brightest and roundest on that day, representing family unity. On that day, the Chinese give thanks for the harvest by enjoying a good dinner and the famous Chinese moon cake. Moon cakes are made with flour, lotus, and duck egg yolk; nowadays, some are made with chocolate or ice cream. After dinner, families will walk around the park with paper lanterns at night. Consider celebrating this festival with your family.

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