Sunday, July 20, 2014
Sifu Sabrina, KL's hottest feng shui consultant, analyses the possible cause of our country’s misfortunes
[Pix of model for illustration purpose only]
I take a sip of green tea and put the porcelain cup down on the desk in front of me. “Why is misfortune hitting our country, Sijia Sabrina?” I ask. “Kidnappings and killings in Sabah, airplane crashes one after another." I lean back and cross my legs at the knees. "What’s wrong? And what remedy do you recommend?”
“Please call me Sifu as this word is more popularly used,” Sabrina says, leaning back on the leather armchair and kicking off her stilettos. “Now, whether a company rises or falls depends on the CEO. Likewise, whether a country suffers bad luck or enjoys good luck depends on the statesman.” She clicks on her computer’s mouse, taps the keyboard, and looks at the screen. Then she pulls out a sheet of paper from her left-hand drawer and scribbles on it. “There!” She pushes the paper across the desk to me. “See? I've calculated Datuk Najib’s kua number, which is 2 because he was born in 1953. His auspicious direction is northeast. I don’t know what direction Perdana Putra – his office building – is facing but preferably, it should face northeast. His office desk in Perdana Putra should also face northeast, including his private and official residence." She jabs the air between us with her forefinger. "In fact, the headboard of his bed should also be facing northeast. Maybe, Najib’s facing an inauspicious direction most of the time and if that's the case, it could be causing misfortunes for our country.”
I hear a growl and look under her table.
Sabrina's poodle slinks up to her feet. "It's time to feed my dog," she says, smiling. "You've to excuse me."
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