Tian Yu Jing

Here is another gift for those interested in reading Fengshui classics.

YGFS class text _outline of Tian YuJing

This is also a translation of a classic that is a standard teaching material used by GM Li Ding Xin, who commented on it.

In the GanZhou YGFS tradition, according to GM Li DingXin, although the Tian YuJing was mentioned in Li SanSu’s commentaries of Qing Nang Ao Yu (QNAY) 青囊奥语, GM Li could not find the text in his inherited collection of texts from Li SanSu. All he could find was the Outline of Tian Yu Jing (TYJ) 天玉经序 written by Ceng WenCan.

However, since TYJ was mentioned in Li SanSu’s QNAY commentaries, and Ceng WenCan wrote an outline on it, it is possible that it existed. But since in GanZhou YCT there was no inherited version of TYJ, we have to be satisfied with using Ceng’s version of Outline as reference.

I only translated. Any mistakes in translation, I stand to be corrected. 多多指教.

Yu Che Jing

Here is another gift for those interested in reading Fengshui classics.

YGFS class text_YuCheJing

This is also a translation of a classic that is a standard teaching material used by GM Li Ding Xin, who commented on it.

This version of the Yu Che Jing is a text inherited by GM Li from his Uncle Li San Soo.  only translated. Any mistakes in translation, I stand to be corrected. 多多指教.

Qing Nang Ao Yu

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YGFS class text_QingNangAoYu

This is also a translation of a classic that is a standard teaching material used by GM Li Ding Xin, who commented on it.

This version of the Qing Nang AoYu is a text inherited by GM Li from his Uncle Li San Soo. This text has only 137 words as compared with some other version that has up to 450 words.

I only translated. Any mistakes in translation, I stand to be corrected. 多多指教.

ZangShu: Book of burial

Here is a gift for those interested in reading Fengshui classics.

YGFS class text_ZangShu
This is a translation of a classic that is a standard teaching material used by GM Li Ding Xin, who commented on it.

This version of the ZangShu: Book of burial
I only translated. Any mistakes in translation, I stand to be corrected. 多多指教.

Saratok, Sarawak.

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Look at the powerful dragon in Sarawak.  The memorial is surrounded on four sides by beautiful lush mountains and beautifully meandering rivers.  The water is pure clean mountain water.  From my many years of walking the different dragons I say that the only dragon that can match the power of the Sarawak dragon is the main range that sweeps down to the east coast of peninsular Malayaimage

Saratok memorials, Sarawak, Malaysia

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Last year, the owners of SP memorials approached me to help them identify the plot of land for shengji in their Saratok memorials, Sarawak.

The most satisfying part of this trip was when I found a Xue that I promptly named it “crab drinking water Xue”.

The owners of the memorial were very happy and they offered me many parcels of land in their memorial in SP, about an hours drive from my home.

Then, someone Called me and warned me not to go and disturb his rice bowl, and made all sorts of threats.

After considering several things, one of which is to give a chance to the more desperate person to make a living, and also the fact that there are some flaws in the landform in SP, I decided to decline the offer by SP management.

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