Is there really a God of Fortune? Hi my name is Ka Hoe and I’m the founder J Advisory. So I’ve managed to get some feedback as to what kind of money misconception, especially during the Chinese New Year, that you guys want to hear in my community, and this is the 3rd & last and most interesting topics that they want to know.
So, is there really a ‘Choy Sun’ or God of Fortune? Honestly, I don’t have an answer for that, but this is something I want to share with you, you know. Recently I went for Joey Yap’s
class, which is a free 3 days course and what caught my attention is this. Actually he mentioned that there is no such thing as a God of Fortune right?
He mentioned that it’s actually a star, which in the olden days, you know how as a Chinese and in the Chinese New Year our grandparents or our ancestor will actually
you know, before the (CNY) eve, they will set up the altar and actually face a certain direction. So what he was saying is that, the olden days, people weren’t able to, they treat the Star as though as a God right because they, those days, back then, they couldn’t really differentiate a Star and a God.
So, hence that’s why they actually gave different stars, different names, God of Fortune, and then got other Gods (la) right. So, I felt that it make sense, because ultimately every year, there is a different direction that you actually need to pray to right. And yeah, I know this is supposed to be a money misconception very logical, but you know this is Chinese New Year, and I just want to take the time to share this with you, which I find it very amusing.
That’s why this year or every year they actually have to pray to different direction is because of the movement of the stars and how our planet actually move, and you know. So, let me know you know, do you agree or not, or do you possibly some of you, may have a better
knowledge or information regarding this. Do share with us in the comment section and I am also eager to know. Take care guys.
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