Saturday, November 12, 2016

Feng Shui Master Marites Allen Prepares You For The Year of the Fire Rooster With A Convention

Feng shui followers can expect a day of fun and learning at the annual Feng Shui Convention, happening December 4 at the Marco Polo Manila in Ortigas, Pasig City.

Feng Shui Master Marites Allen, prepares a full day of activities and information sessions to maximize one’s luck in 2017, the Year of the Fire Rooster, which Allen says will be marked by the opportunity for “new beginnings.”

“2017 marks a new beginning for many, as it’s the year when the Prosperity Star is in the center of the Feng Shui chart,” says Allen. “With all the negativity of 2016, everybody needs to know what they can do to make 2017 a positive one.”

The whole-day affair includes personalized forecasts based on personal destiny charts, advice on lucky and unlucky sectors in the home and how to boost your success potential for the year as well as great food and entertainment. It will be co-hosted again by the King of Talk, Boy Abunda.

The event also features the launch of Allen’s much-awaited Feng Shui planner and almanac.
Her annual Feng Shui planner is dubbed “feng shui bible,” as it contains complete information on suitable and unsuitable activities per day; lucky and unlucky locations per day and month; and lucky, neutral, or unlucky hours in a day.

The annual Feng Shui almanac explains the specific energy that governs each day, whether auspicious or not; moon phases, which indicate if specific dates have good or bad indications; plus, many more useful tips for a smooth-sailing year.

Charms and enhancers for 2017 are also available at the convention. Great food and entertainment round out the event.

The 12th outing of an annual event started in 2005, the 2017 Feng Shui Convention kick starts a series of Feng Shui events around the Philippines and around the world. The conventions have seen blockbuster attendance and high ticket demand. Allen advises to book tickets early through email,, or call 0920-9509390, (02) 556-0615, (02) 442-0113 or (02) 818-8858. Tickets also can be purchased online at

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