The Feng Shui Letter by Red Lotus
This is an extract from an article written by a Feng Sui expert whom I respect. Read what Kathryn Weber has to say about the compatibility of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Of course, it’s early days for the couple and really, only time can test their relationship but anyway, here is a part of what Kathryn has written about Kate and Wills.
The wedding of England’s Prince William and fiancé Kate Middleton is the kind of fairytale that can buoy a world weary of conflict in the Middle East, devastation and nuclear catastrophe in Japan and a continuing conflict in Afghanistan.
A wedding is a joyous event that portends hope and celebrates a couple’s commitment to each other, something that is a foundation of family and society.
And certainly, after what’s already been a long and difficult beginning of 2011, having that one bright spot on April 29, 2011 at 11:00 am to hang our collective hopes on is something worth celebrating.
But what’s more than just a celebration of this couple, is the feng shui that surrounds them.
Like the couple themselves, this is a union of yin and yang, of positive and negative, of hopes and worries. To start with the date of the wedding is a fascinating one. April 29th is an eleven day. This is arrived at by adding the two plus nine together. This gives us the number 11.
In numerology and feng shui, the number 11 is called a master number because it is a source of illumination and those born on the 11th day or the 29th may be called to be of service in some grand way or inspire large numbers of people. Certainly, the wedding of Kate and William is expected to have over two billion viewers and that number of people in itself is inspiring.
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