(Master Jun Hong Lu’s call-in radio program)
WHAT TO DO WITH BONE CHINA TABLEWARE; AND AVOID PLACING EMPTY OBJECTS IN YOUR HOME
Caller: Master Lu, not long ago I purchased some bone china bowls and plates, after which I learnt bone china is made of animal bones. What should I do?
Master Jun Hong Lu: It doesn’t matter as the composition of the tableware only contains a very small amount of actual bone. More importantly is that, they do not come in a particular shape or image.
Caller: They are white, with no design whatsoever.
Master Jun Hong Lu: What a strange person you are. Why would you want to buy bowls? Empty bowls are generally not good. Do not place any empty objects in your house. In the past, when a Feng Shui master saw an empty flower jar at the entrance to a person’s home, it implied the person had nothing in their possession, and subsequently would fail in attaining whatever they pursued. Do you understand?
Caller: Do not place any empty objects in my home. Is that correct?
Master Jun Hong Lu: You can’t have anything like that. Many people purchase big vases for display and leave them empty. That’s not the right thing to do.
Caller: Should I at least fill it up with water?
Master Jun Hong Lu: That’s right. You may use it to raise fish, as an umbrella holder, or you can place artificial flowers in it.< About Fengshui and Metaphysics