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Can you let me know how to dispose a broken Pixui.

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These are some considerations:
1. The good news, first:-
1.1. Fortunately it is not nuclear waste material nor
1.2. Bio-hazard waste such as used needles and other operating waste.
2. Another good news is that : there are NO BAD news, here.
3. Frankly, many who were in your same position and wanted to throw the items did so in a normal way.
3.1. Normal way : range from just wrapping it in a supermarket plastic bag or paper bag.
3.2. Some even simply just throw it into their apartment rubbish chute.
3.3. Some even just leave them beside the "bulk" waste area of the rubbish cute area.
3.4. For those who worry too much, or think that it is such a crime to throw away the pixui, may / could wrap it up in used newspaper, scotched tape it or tie a robe.
3.5. And if is extra, extra guilty, may want to tie it with a red string and then throw it under Para 3.1 to 3.3. Which ever suits that person's guilty persona.
4. Frankly, there is no hard or fast rule or an encyclopedia Britannica bible to follow.
5. Thus if one feels so guilty over it; and needs to have full closure then, go more for the ultra conservative method such as Para 3.4.
6. BTW, if it's me, I will simply get one of those opaque coloured supermarket plastic bags; place it in the plastic bag, tie it up and throw it away. Oops! Sorry, I don't own a pixui! So, maybe I am not qualified at all to give such an advice! YOUR CALL, not mine!

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On 5/18/2013 12:44:53 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Can let me know how to
dispose of a pixui.


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Some of us feel uncomfortable throwing away a decorative object. Especially if the object to some has been considered as or in the "name of Fung Sway".
Therefore, some of us WANT/ NEED full closure on this episode.

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On 5/19/2013 2:52:11 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. The
good news, first:-1.1. Fortunately it is
not nuclear waste material nor1.2.
Bio-hazard waste such as used needles
and other operating waste.2. Another
good news is that : there are NO BAD
news, here.3. Frankly, many who were in
your same position and wanted to throw
the items did so in a normal way.3.1.
Normal way : range from just wrapping it
in a supermarket plastic bag or paper
bag. 3.2. Some even simply just throw it
into their apartment rubbish chute.3.3.
Some even just leave them beside the
"bulk" waste area of the rubbish cute
area.3.4. For those who worry too much,
or think that it is such a crime to
throw away the pixui, may / could wrap
it up in used newspaper, scotched tape
it or tie a robe. 3.5. And if is extra,
extra guilty, may want to tie it with a
red string and then throw it under
Para 3.1 to 3.3. Which ever suits that
person's guilty persona.4. Frankly,
there is no hard or fast rule or an
encyclopedia Britannica bible to
follow.5. Thus if one feels so guilty
over it; and needs to have full closure
then, go more for the ultra conservative
method such as Para 3.4. 6. BTW, if it's
me, I will simply get one of those
opaque coloured supermarket plastic
bags; place it in the plastic bag, tie
it up and throw it away. Oops! Sorry, I
don't own a pixui! So, maybe I am not
qualified at all to give such an advice!
YOUR CALL, not mine!On 5/18/2013
12:44:53 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Can let me know how to
dispose of a pixui.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Let's AIM for this method, please!

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On 5/19/2013 3:13:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Some of us feel uncomfortable throwing
away a decorative object. Especially if
the object to some has been considered
as or in the "name of Fung
Sway".Therefore, some of us WANT/ NEED
full closure on this episode.On
5/19/2013 2:52:11 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some considerations:1. The
good news, first:-1.1. Fortunately
it is
not nuclear waste material
nor1.2.
Bio-hazard waste such as
used needles
and other operating
waste.2. Another
good news is that :
there are NO BAD
news, here.3.
Frankly, many who were in
your same
position and wanted to throw
the
items did so in a normal way.3.1.
Normal way : range from just
wrapping it
in a supermarket plastic
bag or paper
bag. 3.2. Some even
simply just throw it
into their
apartment rubbish chute.3.3.
Some
even just leave them beside the
"bulk" waste area of the rubbish
cute
area.3.4. For those who worry
too much,
or think that it is such a
crime to
throw away the pixui, may /
could wrap
it up in used newspaper,
scotched tape
it or tie a robe. 3.5.
And if is extra,
extra guilty, may
want to tie it with a
red string and
then throw it under
Para 3.1
to 3.3. Which ever suits that
person's guilty persona.4. Frankly,
there is no hard or fast rule or an
encyclopedia Britannica bible to
follow.5. Thus if one feels so
guilty
over it; and needs to have
full closure
then, go more for the
ultra conservative
method such as
Para 3.4. 6. BTW, if it's
me, I will
simply get one of those
opaque
coloured supermarket plastic
bags;
place it in the plastic bag, tie
it
up and throw it away. Oops! Sorry, I
don't own a pixui! So, maybe I am
not
qualified at all to give such an
advice!
YOUR CALL, not mine!On
5/18/2013
12:44:53 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Can let me know how
to
dispose of a pixui.


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Is this a good enough reason not to buy commercial products in the name of Feng Shui?

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Many Feng Shui Masters have a motive: Sell, sell, sell. 

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Ask: "Must I buy from YOU?" 


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