Ever thought of passing love messages to your loved ones who had passed on and wish to get a feedback from them?
There is a technique in the Yin Feng Shui practices that enables the Yang (the living humans) to send messages to the Yin (the deceased). Should there be any rebound of “frequency” from the Yin, the Yin Feng Shui practitioner is able to pick up the frequency and decode it.
Of course, the rule of nature is when a person passes on, his communication with the living humans is totally cut off. So what does “frequency” from the Yin means?
Let’s take an example of a murder case, the victim is killed and unable to communicate with the living humans. However, Forensic Evidences (such as the murder weapon, crime scene, fingerprints, etc.) are able to speak for the victim.
Frequency from the Yin is somewhat similar to Forensic Evidences.
This technique requires the Yin Feng Shui practitioner to calculate a timing (based on birth data, etc.) for the Yang and Yin time to overlap each other like the Venn’s Diagram. Once these 2 timings overlap each other, the Yin Feng Shui practitioner will ask his client to send messages by either talking aloud or “talking in the heart”. Should there be a rebound from the yin side, the Yin Feng Shui practitioner will interpret it to his client. This is to be performed in the graveyard or the columbarium of the deceased.
Theoretically, the deceased is able to get the message by way of hearing it or feeling it. Honestly, this theory is not proven as no one has ever come back from the dead to tell us. *smile
Then, why do people like to seek this service?
Their feedbacks are – besides sending messages to the deceased, they also wish to know what the deceased are worrying about or are there any last words that the deceased would want to tell them.
I call this technique “Venn’s Love”.
The story behind…….
Once upon a time many many many years ago, there were 2 abled-bodied Feng Shui practitioners (a male and a female) who were good friends. The male practitioner (Let’s address him as “Yin”) specialized in Yin Feng Shui and the female (Let’s address her as “Yang”) specialized in the Yang aspect.
One fine day, they had a conversation as below:-
Yang: Hey Yin, why don’t we drop all our practices and experience love?
Yin: Love? Why? And it’s impossible for the both of us. You are in the yang world and I am in the yin world.
Yang: Heard of the Venn diagram in school?
Yin: Yes. Some kinda of “Possibility is infinite”.
Yang: Yes. Love is just like that. Let me perform the method of yin feng shui (The technique) to send my love message penetrating the world of Yin to you.
Yin felt shy. Without Yin’s approval, Yang calculated the timing, performed the technique and passed the message to Yin.
Yang: Feel my love?
Yin nodded his head.
Yang: I felt yours too and I heard you. We shall call this Venn’s Love. From now, call me Venn.
Yin: Venn is a nice name.
Yang: Remember…. Love is infinite.
With this, Yang had sent her love message to Yin and had also known how Yin felt towards her.
One year later, Yin met with an accident and was left paralyzed. He suffered retrograde amnesia for a period. When he recovered from amnesia, he was informed of the news that Venn had also met with an accident but unfortunately, she had left the world.
This crippled Yin practitioner decided to spread Venn’s love…..
Anyone who is interested in this technique and wishes to send love messages to their loved ones (deceased) and get any possible feedback(s), feel free to contact anyone who practices Yin Feng Shui.
Charges of this technique are normally:
If come alone,
SGD 341 per person
If come in a group,
SGD 341 for the first head count; and
SGD 143 for subsequent head count(s) if come in group.
Why these figures?
They have numerology meaning and you can check these numbers and their meaning from the internet.