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Feng Shui for the Home: Stay Safe throughout the Ghost Month

For those who believe in Feng Shui, there are things that you can do to calm down these restless spirits

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According to Feng Shui and Astrology expert Master Hanz Cua, these days are usually characterized by tragedy and sadness so people postpone potentially life-changing occasions until after the Ghost Festival.

No new businesses are opened and families do not move into new homes or start any major renovation projects. If you believe in Feng Shui and would want to try a couple of easy tips to keep the home safe from restless spirits, here are five must-dos to consider:

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