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Feng Shui is the Art of harnessing Wind and Water. Feng Shui is also about capturing the Dragon's vital breath breath or Chi, the force that cand outdoors, on land, in water, across mountains

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These are some of the special features of Lal Kitab’s astrology. They may look strange but it should be remembered that the basis of astrology in Lal Kitab is palmistry. Some of these features are useful in suggesting remedies.

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Select your kua number according to chinese astrology by your year of birth. Also get the corresponding color of your car from you kua.

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The modern practice of Chinese astrology tends to focus on 5 elements, Earth, Fire, Water, Wood and Metal.

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We provide you with few instant remedies to some known major problems. These are Lal-Kitab remedies. Select a Problem from the List given and you will find instant solution to those problem. We advice you that you must consult  an astrologer before undergoing any remedy

Birth stones have meanings. Do you know what they are? How did these stones get associated with different birthdays? This article will answer those questions.

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Tarot Card's Rules

If you would like to learn to read tarot cards, but have no idea who to ask to teach you or how to go about it, the following tips should help you get started on your path to telling fortunes just like a pro! Your first challenge is to choose a deck from the 8,000 or so published brands of fortune telling cards on the market. What works for one person often doesn't for another. Some people are comfortable reading several decks and others only identify psychically from a single brand.

Choices of Card
Your local bookstore will probably carry several choices of decks and the online store at Psychic Realm also has a selection of introductory Tarot. However, I highly recommend going to a store, picking up a deck and seeing if you like the feel of the cards. The feel, weight or look of the cards often "speaks" to you. If you a feel a connection with the images on the cards or even how they feel in your hands, then that is probably the deck that you will relate to best. I also recommend a deck that comes with a small book inside the package or box so you will have something to quickly reference if you should get lost in the meaning of the cards. When I first read the Tarot, I typed myself up a one sheet that a resembled a chart on a computer so that all the meanings of each card right side up and upside down were apparent to me at a glance.

Next Step
Your next step would be to get acquainted with your cards. The best way to learn is to study the image on each card, one at a time, while memorizing it's meaning. Be patient. There are usually 78 meanings to learn so this is not always a fast process. Some tarot teachers recommend that you put the deck of cards under your pillow at night so you can get better acquainted with them. The idea is that your subconscious will absorb the meaning. You can also meditate or dream upon the individual cards in the same way by placing them under your pillow.

Power of Tarot Card
Finicky readers believe the power of the cards is enhanced if they are placed inside a special box, pouch or wrapped in a silk pouch. I personally don't think this makes much of a difference but pomp and circumstance is supposed to add to the power of all ritual and magic, so if storing your cards in a special way or in a special place helps you read them better than by all means do so. Also many readers protect their cards by not letting anyone touch them. There is a belief that others can "infect" the cards with their beliefs, fears or anxieties. The cards do act as a portal through to the other side, so keeping them away from other people may be a good way of preventing people from accidentally "touching" you through the cards and passing along possibly toxic energy.

Total of Cards
This however brings up issues when it is time to decide who is actually going to shuffle the cards. Some readers hand the cards over to the questioner and others prefer to always do the shuffling and never let the cards be tainted by another's hands. My personal take on this is that if you don't like the person's energy, shuffle them yourself or even -- don't do the reading at all! Most Tarot decks consist of 78 cards: 22 Major Arcana, and 56 Minor Arcana cards. The Minor Arcana consist of four "suits", just like a deck of regular playing cards... The four suits are, Pentacles or Coins, which deal with work/money/success issues, the Wands, or Staffs, which deal with more spiritual issues, the Cups, which deal with emotional issues, and the Swords, which some see as representing negative experiences and loss. When starting out, I highly recommend making your life easy, and getting the person to ask you a question out loud. Both parties should focus on the question while you shuffle the cards. As you get more experienced or confident with the cards, you won't care if they ask a question, but repeating the questioner's question out loud yourself does seem to assist the divination process.

Shuffle
Shuffle the cards until the person you are reading for feels it is "right" to stop or until you feel it is right to "stop". After you are done cutting, you need to cut the deck. Most readers divide the deck into three piles. At this point you can either have the person you are reading for pick which pile to pick up as the top of the deck, or you can pick them up in an order that feels right to you. Another option, is to fan the cards out face down, and have the person you are reading for pick out the cards they want you to read Two Simple

Spreads
The Three-Card Spread: This spread is good for yes or no questions. After you are done cutting the deck lay the cards out from left to right. The first card to the left represents the past/issues affecting the problem. The second card in the center represents the present/problem. The third card to the right represents the future/outcome.

Celtic Cross Spread
The Celtic-Cross Spread Lay out the cards on the table in the following order: 4 10 5 1/2 6 9 8 3 7 The first card represents the person asking the question and the foundation of the matter. The second card is placed across the first sideways and represents obstacles or issues dealt with the person in the present.

The third card represents what is on the subconscious mind of the questioner and everything he or she has been through with regards to the matter. The fourth card represents the potential and the best that can be accomplished given the choices the questioner has made so far in his life regarding that matter. The fifth card represents what has transpired in the past. The sixth card represents what will take place in the immediate future. The seventh card represents the fears of the person. Generally, this card will show you what is inside of them that is blocking him or her from reaching their desired outcome. It can also represent the atmosphere or influences that strongly affect the questioner. The eighth card represents how others see the person or the situation. The ninth card represents the hopes and fears that the questioner might have for the future. The tenth card represents the predicted outcome of the situation or the actual answer to the question.

Some individuals like to keep pulling an addition six to ten cards after this cross is laid down to determine what will happen in the future. It is important to remember, that no matter what maps or directions you are given, Tarot reading is an intuitive art and after you do it enough you will begin to develop an intuitive sense of what the cards mean when they are placed in relationship to each other. Happy Reads!.
 

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