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How I Became a Feng Shui Millionaire at 36

My name is Tony Lau.  I just want to share my story here of how I became a Feng Shui Millionaire at age 36.  So I am 38 now.  I started the YouTube channel earlier this year as a way to give back to the community.  There is a lot of knowledge in the Feng Shui world that is kept secret, and I want to share the information with the rest of the world. I was born in Hong Kong.  My mother was really into Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology, she frequently gets our lives analyzed when my siblings and I were young.  I ended up studying with my first mentor through this customer relationship that my parent established. Then I came to the United States with my parents during the 90s.  I kept in contact with my mentor back in Hong Kong, and I make attempt to re-visit Hong Kong each year.  Eventually, I lost contact with him, and later I found out that he passed away. I have studied under different mentors since then. Eventually, I opened my own Feng Shui practice here in Utah in 2007.  Up until that

Needle Plants

Now, what about plants that do not have leaves? Most succulents, cactus, or yucca are categorized as Needle Plants. 🌵 There are not any boosting benefit by having them around the house. Rather we use them to dispel negativities coming into the house or workplace. Think of these plants as warriors guarding your dwelling. Generally, they are placed near windows or glass doors to block harmful energies from coming into your home, since they can be the cause of everyone getting sick. Or a particular traffic pattern causing a business decline. We would use these plants as a natural barrier. If something bothers you outside of your window, try putting one of these plants at windows that are visible to that negativity. The most common ones I have seen are sharp objects, satellite dishes, or other eyesore decoratives that had been put up by their neighbors, and are pointing toward their homes. One solution is to simply ask them nicely to take them down... If that does not work, put a needle p