Be the change you want to see
in the world.
On New Year’s Day, children are given, Hong Bao, Red Envelopes,
good luck money wrapped in little red envelopes. Before going to
bed that night they put all the Red Envelopes under their pillow.
It is said they will sleep well without bad dreams and become
richer next year. For the day everyone has on new clothes, and
puts on his best behavior. It is considered improper to tell a lie,
raise one’s voice, use indecent language, or break anything on
the first day of the year. Starting from the second day, people
visit friends and relatives, taking with them gifts and Lai-See
for the children. Visitors are greeted with traditional New year
delicacies, such as melon seeds, flowers, fruits, tray of
togetherness, and New Year cakes.
The BSTB School of Feng Shui borrows from this ancient
custom. Red Envelopes function as talismans to magnetize
good fortune and are used on auspicious occasions like
Chinese Lunar New Year, birthdays and weddings. H.H. asks
that his disciples and practitioners of BSTB feng shui honor the
red envelope tradition when sharing transcendental methods.
This comes from Tantric Buddhism. These teachings are esoteric
and meant for four ears, between teacher and student or
consultant and client. They have power and can effect great
change for you, the recipient. Red is symbolic of auspiciousness
and so you are gathering more luck, money is universal and so
you are gathering good fortune. Nine is the number of completion
and peak accomplishment so you are gathering good karma. Their
essence and meaning are part of a tradition that enables you
to tap into a lineage that is thousands of years old as you
build on the success of these cures that have worked. Your
heart mind is opening to more senses in the body.
empowers you as you are standing on the shoulders of those
who have used these cures and seen visible results. Place money,
even a penny, in the envelope and your sincerity will support the
effectiveness of using
this information well. The Red Envelopes
are given at the end of the consultation to the consultant
along with the fee. The consultation ends with a closing
involves the Red Envelopes.
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