Updated: Apr 26, 2020
“Master, you always tell us to be vigilance, when Feng Shui Consultant tells us negative things to lure us into buying expensive auspicious items as a remedy.” said Judy.
“But Master, please also teach us how to counter this kind of situation and how can we protect ourselves from these swindlers?’ asked Judy.
One of the most effective sales tactics is to sell through fear. One of the most barbaric leadership skill is lead through fear. One of the easiest ways to motivate people is through fear.
Hence when a low life itinerant con-man (江湖骗子) claiming to be a Feng Shui consultant selling you a Feng Shui package, expensive Feng Shui Auspicious Item etc. Ask them three questions, and you be your judge to see the logic in the answers. If the answer sound to unconvincing or far-fetched, or they tell you, mysteries of heaven must not be revealed (天机不可泄露), or just brush you off by saying ‘Don’t ask so much, not good for you’ you know they are trying their luck.
Hence what are the three questions you must ask? WHO, WHEN & WHICH?
1. To whom is this ill Feng Shui affecting? You want to find out which family member will be affected? 2. When will this ill Feng Shui happen, when did it last happened? You want to know when it last happened, you try to recall and ask when it will happen again? As life cycle is 12 years a cycle hence history repeats itself. 3. Which part of my body/organ will be affected? Eight cardinals present different body parts and organs, hence ask and tally his answer with the cardinal, see if they match. For example, He said the highway is terrible for your 1st daughter, and the year 2011 is no good and tell you bad for your blood pressure. He is lying.
Quote of the day:
Fear is a disease that eats away at logic and makes man inhuman.