Saju, face reading and feng shui

2013-11-28 18:14

Saju, face reading and feng shui

Janet Shin


Which fortune telling practices do you usually refer to? The most frequently cited ways in the Orient may be saju, face reading and feng shui. How can we discriminate them and evaluate their methods? I have been requested to give special lectures regarding face readings. They said there were increasing interest in it owing to a movie, Gwang-sang or face reader released last fall that became a box office hit. It has also been reproduced by other television shows with specialists and entertainers.
While preparing the presentation material, I discovered some interesting facts. I have quoted faces of several public figures by highlighting their face parts to explain the relevance to their life styles. Then I foretold possibilities of certain incidents along their life paths. I simply read their faces and what’s going on in their life as part of my presentation.
To my surprise, most of them caught the public’s attention lately through scandals. For example, one was arrested over a rebellion conspiracy, another for fraud, and the other was forbidden from performing for illegal gambling. The former two cases were discussed citing their eyes and shapes of mouths reveal unappreciated and distorted reputation. The latter was cited by reading the nose and eyes to show a cunning inclination.

Somehow, my forecasts turned out to be true. I of course did not have any antagonism toward them and accordingly I just presented the likelihood of certain happenings by reading what came to prominence in their faces.
Faces keep changing as people age and by the circumstances they encounter. They are formed to give an impression by how people behave and what they think, As a saying goes, people are responsible for their faces, especially after the age of 40. It is because the faces are the outcome of how they have lived.
Going back to our fundamental question, how saju, face reading and feng shui are different. They may explain the ultimate truth, whether people live by destiny, or by effort.
Here are the answers.Saju tells your given destiny. Feng shui helps you improve fate by implementing specifics in your life style. The face reveals the way your life develops. When your life gains fortune, there are positive signs on your face, while negative shadows appear in the opposite.
Consequently, we may get integrated information about our life by understanding their teachings all together. They are neither separated nor inconsistent. Instead, we should be able to reflect them properly, in order to understand our destiny well.
As a saju practitioner, I sincerely recommend people to learn saju instead of just getting a consultation. Learning saju is an invaluable way to understand who we are in the context of the universe, why a certain incident happened to us at a certain point of time, how we become associated with someone else or when to experience specific events. It is not necessarily the prediction of future events but a comprehension of general causes and effects in the life journey so that we can draw a map of life.
However facing the truth is not always a pleasure. We may have to be confronted by the dark side of life. And it isn’t an easy thing for most ordinary people to embrace the misfortune and get over it.
Feng shui has an attraction as it guides people to a fortunate direction. It teaches people how to improve their life by replenishing them with positive energy.
I still think it is worthwhile to know our destiny instead of evading it. And adding the knowledge of a face reading and feng shui on top of saju would help you understand yourself better. It will bring you a great tranquility and audacity by acknowledging who you are and discovering where you are, whether fortunate or unfortunate. This will lead you to a great enlightenment.

About bambooinnovator
Kee Koon Boon (“KB”) is the co-founder and director of HERO Investment Management which provides specialized fund management and investment advisory services to the ARCHEA Asia HERO Innovators Fund (, the only Asian SMID-cap tech-focused fund in the industry. KB is an internationally featured investor rooted in the principles of value investing for over a decade as a fund manager and analyst in the Asian capital markets who started his career at a boutique hedge fund in Singapore where he was with the firm since 2002 and was also part of the core investment committee in significantly outperforming the index in the 10-year-plus-old flagship Asian fund. He was also the portfolio manager for Asia-Pacific equities at Korea’s largest mutual fund company. Prior to setting up the H.E.R.O. Innovators Fund, KB was the Chief Investment Officer & CEO of a Singapore Registered Fund Management Company (RFMC) where he is responsible for listed Asian equity investments. KB had taught accounting at the Singapore Management University (SMU) as a faculty member and also pioneered the 15-week course on Accounting Fraud in Asia as an official module at SMU. KB remains grateful and honored to be invited by Singapore’s financial regulator Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to present to their top management team about implementing a world’s first fact-based forward-looking fraud detection framework to bring about benefits for the capital markets in Singapore and for the public and investment community. KB also served the community in sharing his insights in writing articles about value investing and corporate governance in the media that include Business Times, Straits Times, Jakarta Post, Manual of Ideas, Investopedia, TedXWallStreet. He had also presented in top investment, banking and finance conferences in America, Italy, Sydney, Cape Town, HK, China. He has trained CEOs, entrepreneurs, CFOs, management executives in business strategy & business model innovation in Singapore, HK and China.

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