Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Wordless Wednesday - Fengshui saves Mall
Regular travellers to Bangkok would know the former World Trade Centre Building. It wasn't bringing in the crowds until it underwent a major renovation some time back.
It changed its name to Central World and you probably would have noticed this sharp structure protruding from the middle of the building. That's a fascinating Fengshui move.
Directly opposite the building is a hotel, shaped like a sword. The owners of WTC Centre believe that the poor business in the past was due to this 'vicious sword' slicing their building into two.
Amazingly, after putting in the sharp structure to counter the negative qi (energy), the mall began seeing more human traffic and prosperity for all the occupants!
Fengshui is an ancient Chinese practice to help one improve life by receiving positive energy through the Laws of Heaven and Earth. It is a profound subject that has fascinated many.