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How To Feng Shui 2014 > Prayers For Good Luck, Wealth & Success With Monthly Wish Fulfillment Technique – CNY BRCs

Happy Chinese New Year 2014

Happy Chinese New Year 2014

Hi there, dear friends 😀

Chinese New Year will fall on Friday, 31 January this year, just under 4 weeks away from now.

I have already started cleaning and decluttering my house to remove old, stale energies (chi or qi) to make way for and welcome the new lunar year’s auspicious energies.  As in previous years, I will have Master atan perform 3 Chinese New Year Bird Release Ceremonies (CNY BRC) for my family, for getting “noblemen or helpful people (Gui Ren) and to energise my home with good chi.


Any of his CNY BRC comes with ===>

1) FREE God of Wealth Prayers on the eve of Chinese New Year (30 January

2) FREE making of activated Wealth Water and Wealth Cures – for increasing wealth luck

3) FREE Wish Fulfillment Technique whereby each family member gets to make a wish every month for the next lunar year

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