~Message for your fortune by Dr.Copa~
"Let's look back"
Today, let's look back the first half of this year.
And let's write out disagreeable results and unfortune and unfortunate results
about your business, human relationships and so on.
Then, let's sprinkle coarse salt and sake on the memo pad and tear it and throw it away.
The memo pad is 「Good fortune 'decision' notebook」.
It has lavender colored squares and perforations
It is the best and effective for breaking notes and discarding.. lol
This week, you can repeat this many times when you remember.
It is the tips that you can start July brightly.
Copa got new mats and slippers and linen.
And I will get new watch and notebook.
Investment to become happy is the most important action.
Meat dishes, Interior goods, Mats are today's good fortune! ENJOY♪
It is to feel something breathing.
The ZEN feng shui that is philosophy brought up in the Japanese history and nature is the detoxification method of the heart.
To feel universe breath, it set us in a state of harmony on a physical and mental or spiritual level.
A main theme of doctrine is to definitely hermonise.
Now, the ZEN feng shui that continues raising Japanese heart with history begins to express its purity for the world.
Everything surrounding you has strong influence to your life.
If you wish yourself a happy and healthy life, It is necessary to create an environment to live lucky.
The shrine is located in a forest that covers an area of 700,000 square-meters (about 175 acres). This area is covered by an evergreen forest that consists of 120,000 trees of 365 different species, which were donated by people from all parts of Japan when the shrine was established. The forest is visited by many as a recreation and relaxation area in the center of Tokyo.
The original building was destroyed during the Tokyo air raids of World War II. The present iteration of the shrine was funded through a public fund raising effort and completed in October, 1958.
Meiji Shrine was brought into the flow of current events with the 2009 visit of United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. After arriving in Tokyo on her first foreign trip representing the newly elected President Barack Obama, she made her way to this shrine in advance of meetings with Japan's leaders to show her "respect toward history and the culture of Japan."