Saturday, October 25, 2014

2015 Tai Sui Ritual



Tai Sui is the deity in charge of the current year who rules over all the earth deities. Chinese believers & Feng Shui practitioners respect him highly, and are afraid to offend him because it would cause harm and bad luck to come to them. To avoid offending the Tai Sui, people do this ritual. It is believed that improvement of health, luck, wealth, prosperity, family safety and helpful mentors supports will be granted, even during predicted bad year.   

Tai Sui (Grand Duke of Jupiter) – heavenly clash, also named as the Year Star or the Year God, he is the deity in charge of the current year who rules over all the deities. There is one Tai Sui that regulates each year based on the Sixty Cycles, therefore there are total of 60 Tai Sui. Each Tai Sui has great power. People respect him highly, and are afraid to offend him because it would cause harm and bad luck to come to them. To avoid offending the Tai Sui of the year, people pacify and enshrine the Tai Sui of the year.

This year 2015, Tai Sui of the year is Great General Yang Xian. The afflicted zodiac signs are Zodiac Goat/Sheep, Zodiac Ox/Cow, Zodiac Rat and Zodiac Dog.


It is necessary to prepare a set of offerings – such as assorted Tai Sui joss papers, dragon incense (3 pieces), candles (either red, yellow or gold-colored) and offertory foods:

  Procedures

  1. On the back of the Tai Sui Talisman (red-colored), write your complete name; 
  2. Offers 8 kinds of offertory foods (such as rounded and sweet fruits, cakes or pastries, dishes or candies);
  3. Lit and offer candle and dragon incenses and assorted joss papers on the altar.  An image of Tai Sui god – Gen. Yang Xian Tai Sui should be on the altar (or else any other deity as an alternative);
  4. Kneel down before the altar and kotow (bow down 3 times) while holding the lit incenses; 
  5. Seriously beg for: protection against trials & difficulties and blessings upon the family so there will be wealth, success, health, harmony and good health;
  6. Burn the Tai Sui Kim (joss paper) in a metal container;
  7. Paste/post the red-colored Tai Sui Talisman at your doorstep (be it in the main door or your bedroom door) or under your bed.

NOTE: if you’ve pasted the red-colored Tai Sui Talisman at your door once, there is NO NEED to paste another red-colored Tai Sui Talisman on the same door.


REMEMBER  TO  DO  IT  AGAIN

Tai Sui Ritual should be done at every 1st (January 19, 2015 - thursday) and 15th day (March 05, 2015 - thursday) of every month of the Chinese Lunar Calendar; namely:


On the fifteenth day (February 22, 2016) of last month of Chinese Lunar year 2015 (called 尾牙前)., do the special Xie Tai Sui Ritual (謝太) for a thanksgiving rite  to Gen. Yang Xian Tai Sui for his protection & blessings this past Chinese Lunar Calendar year 2015.

All feng shui items and its ritual kits mentioned here are available at our store.

Free Feng Shui Personal Consultation will be conducted by two Feng Shui practitioners (Bro. Ben - a Zodiac Tiger and Bro. Manny - a Zodiac Ox), to customers who buys Feng Shui items in our store worth at least TWO HUNDRED PESOS (P 200) or place a deposit of the same amount with a consumable clause.  FREE 2015 Feng Shui Personal Consultations from December 01, 2014 (monday) up to March 31, 2015 (tuesday) at store hours from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. everyday - Monday to Sunday.

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