A City’s Feng Shui from San Yuan Perspective

Kuching is the capital of Sarawak State, part of Malaysia located in the Borneo Island. The city is situated on the Sarawak River at the southwest tip of the state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo and covers an area of 431 square kilometres (166 sq mi) with a population about 165,642 in the Kuching North administrative region and 159,490 in the Kuching South administrative region.

Kuching has a unique history where Kuching was the third capital of Sarawak in 1827 during the administration of the Bruneian Empire. In 1841, Kuching become the capital of Sarawak after Sarawak was ceded to James Brooke for helping the Bruneian empire in crushing a rebellion.

The Brooke dynasty ruled Sarawak for a hundred years and became famous as the “White Rajahs“, accorded a status within the British Empire similar to that of the rulers of Indian princely states. In contrast to many other areas of the empire, however, the Brooke dynasty was intent on a policy of paternalism to protect the indigenous population against exploitation. They governed with the aid of the Muslim Malay and enlisted the Ibans and other “Dayak” as a contingent militia. The Brooke dynasty also encouraged the immigration of Chinese merchants but forbade the Chinese to settle outside of towns to minimise the impact on the Dayak way of life. Charles Brooke, the second White Rajah of Sarawak, established the Sarawak Museum, the oldest museum in Borneo.

In the early part of 1941, preparations were afoot to introduce a new constitution, designed to limit the power of the Rajah and give the people of Sarawak a greater say in government. Despite this democratic intention, the draft constitution contained irregularities, including a secret agreement drawn up between Charles Vyner Brooke and his top government officials, financially compensating him via treasury funds.

Japan invaded Sarawak and occupied the island of Borneo in 1941, occupying Miri on 16 December and Kuching on 24 December, holding both territories for the duration of World War II until the area was secured by Australian forces in 1945 and managed under the British Military Administration. Charles Vyner Brooke formally ceded sovereignty to the British Crown on 1 July 1946, under pressure from his wife among others. In addition, the British Government offered a healthy pension to Brooke. Anthony Brooke, the designated heir, opposed the cession of the Rajah’s territory to the British Crown, and was associated with anti-cessionist groups in Sarawak, consisting of a majority of the native members of the Council Negri (Parliament)

Until 1963, Sarawak joined Malaysia together with Sabah. Here is a brief chronological events of Sarawak.

Brunei Sultanate 15th century–1841
Brooke dynasty 1841–1946
Japanese occupation 1941–1945
British Crown Colony 1946–1963
Self-government 22 July 1963
Malaysia Agreement 16 September 1963

 From the Feng Shui point of view, you will see that Kuching is surrounded by a network of rivers. The main river that divide the city into 2 half is the Sarawak River. The part labeled A is more prosperous and was firstly developed. The part B is more recent and quiet area mainly comprising of Government administration buildings.

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Rice of Gold

I found an interesting case to share with you all since I know many of you are flying star enthusiast:

In a row of shop (about 25) there are 3 shops selling economy mixed rice. It is quite a norm here in Malaysia where many dishes are mass cooked similar to a western buffet style serving.

We have always wondered, why this shop is doing so well among 3 in the same row. The other 2 is also doing well but not as well as this shop despite they are at each corner. Corner shops are more spacious, airy and hence usually attract better crowd.

Few of us friends tried all the 3 shops and we felt that the difference in taste, service and cleanliness is more or less same nothing much difference. Price also we don’t feel there is a significant difference among them. 2 other shops are in the corner but this one shop is in the center as in yellow box.

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A Course Not To Be Missed…二宅实験 (Er Zhai Shi Yan)

If you are serious in the practice of Flying Star Feng Shui, this is a course you must not miss. Why?

This book 二宅实験 (Er Zhai Shi Yan) is the 3rd book of all the cases done by Master Yen Pen @ Eu See Yin on both Yang and Yin Cases recorded by his disciples.

The first 2 books are called Zhai Yun Xin An (New Case Study of House Feng Shui). Here is an article written by Master Issac Chung.

In fact if you search in the Internet on images alone this is what you will see..

All these books are the favourite collection of Masters around the globe and I bet if you visit the private study rooms of Masters, there are sure to be a copy there especially those Chinese Literate masters. However, how many is able to fully interpret the book? This is something I know is only a handful unless they are our graduates.

What is special about this book is that, inside are all the real case done and results obtain but more importantly it has doctrinated the advance theories of Flying Star Feng Shui. Only a Master from the same Lineage is able to understand what are the hidden secrets inside this book.

This is not another Flying Star Feng Shui course, this is one and only unique to CAFS. No way you can equate with other Flying Star courses.

This case study itself, you will learn how to lay a good feng shui formation that is proven, pin point the timing of happening and what is really a sha qi, the compartmentalise of a house and the application onto a plot of land.

Without going through this course, you cannot call yourself a Real Flying Star Practitioner. Next, I share 2 reasons and cases.

Most schools today like to mix and match systems. E.g. they mix 8 Mansion (Ba Zhai) with Flying Star or Mix San He with San Yuan Flying Star & call it Zhong He. They then sell this idea to newbies that they are merging the best of the 2 worlds like you try Western and Eastern medical methods to cure a patient. First of all, Feng Shui don’t work in this manner because they are founded on 2 different systems & it is more like trying to merge 2 religious believe together. Try imagine this, a couple from 2 different religion holding on to their believes and try to bring the best out of 2 religion after marriage. Perhaps there will be an emerging 3rd religion if they ever survive this as a couple.

A likely result from this is the proliferation of different arts each trying to explain what they cannot explain in their current learning. Today Chinese Metaphysicians are going after Qi Men Dun Jia Divination, Yi Jing Feng Shui, Zi Wei Feng Shui, 8 Mansions, Symbolic or play it down or up on “Internal Feng Shui” in an unending cycle trying to search the truth why this and that happened. Why sometimes I get the result and other times nothing happened or it had gone bad?

When the fundamentals are not correct, how do you expect to have the correct results? I have no issues if people wants to learn more but first get the fundamentals right.

We had a case, a client for Yin Feng Shui that the husband passed away after about 9 months living in the new house done by 1 famous feng shui master. After the burial was done, we had chance to speak to the lady who was so traumatized at the passing of her husband aged late forties. We persuaded her to show us the house but at first she was reluctant but later she agreed to show us the house where the husband passed away after a heart attack.

We were surprised that the bed was aligned 45 degrees and was in a 9-5 position in a 9-2.(if you dont understand this, it is understandable as this is unique in our course). We know that the master was a practitioner of mix and match system. If you think mix match is funny, think again! Feng Shui can get people into trouble if it is not done correctly.

On another case, we have a student who only studied 2 courses from Master Leyau, Flying Feng Shui and Advance Flying Star (Er Zhai). After graduation, he did the next 10+ cases and his friends/relatives was astonished how he can tell the house and the occupants so well! This was the testimonial he happily gave Master Leyau. I am not bragging. I am only telling what was told to us by the student himself. I cannot lie for lies will be exposed someday and there is no need to do so. Real conviction comes from real experience.

It is not the problem with the art nor the student nor the master. It is the combination of the Right Knowledge from the Right Master then you will be the Right Student!.

I know most students are frustrated but actually they don’t have to, really! .When you acquire the right knowledge, your skills will be apart from the rest because you and your family deserves to have a better life. Don’t miss this!

Read on to know what you will be getting in a complete San Yuan Flying Star system.

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Historical Melaka boast many tourist attractions, good food and everything that is uniquely Malaysia. I can now ‘smell the aroma of the pork Satay, the fragrant curry, the tasty satay celup and ah…not forgetting the awesome Hainanese Chicken Rice. A stroll down Jonker Street brings many fond memories…