A tomb is a monument commemorating the deceased. It comes in the form of an enclosed interment space or burial chamber, of varying sizes. Nirvana is proud to present plenty of exquisite designs and ideas for either the pre-planning or refurbishment of the existing final resting homes.
Sheng Ji Fengshui (Pre-need Tomb)
From Fengshui perspective, Sheng Ji is the foundation of your destiny. No one is born with a perfect ‘Bazi’ (self-profiling of Fengshui astrology governed by a set of elemental energies unique to each person) and to remedy such imperfection, an adjustment at the later stage of your life is required. A Fengshui inspired Sheng Ji plays a key role in strengthening the footing of your destiny by harnessing the good ‘qi’ from the universe. In other words, a thoughtfully established Sheng Ji helps correct the weaknesses of your Bazi through the workaround of nature.
Furthermore, the Fengshui of Sheng Ji requires a very specific orientation. This is due to a complex workaround between a human habitat and a graveyard. Sheng Ji carries the notion of a Fengshui application method specifically adopted to enhance one’s luck and course of destiny. From Fengshui perspective, Sheng Ji delivers the desired results in a fastest manner.
The benefits of installing Sheng Ji
According to the ancestral secrets kept by Fengshui Master Philip Wong, there are seven key benefits of installing a Sheng Ji:
- To promote longevity: A good health, including spiritual health, which results in longevity.
- To trigger energy: A strong body with a healthy mental stamina to motivate positive energies.
- To change the course of your destiny: A remedy for the imperfect Bazi through Fengshui workaround at a later stage.
- To spur career promotion: Good luck for career and guidance from a godsend.
- To wish for a newborn and wealth: The arrival of a newborn that brings about improvement on career and wealth.
- To improve human luck: On matters relating to favourable social circumstances, including marriage.
- To earn merits through charity: The virtue of good deeds makes you a noble person.
Remains Relocation - A Befitting Act of Filial Piety
Qing Ming is a traditional custom for the Chinese, where they fulfil their filial piety to their ancestors and show their love and care. It remains a much revered event to pay homage to the ancestors and a gathering for family members to enhance family ties.
Not only do they pay homage, but also pay special attention to the conditions of the tomb to ensure that it is not in a deplorable condition and it is not deteriorated by environment conditions and disasters such as floods, white ants, dryness or even invasion from outsiders.
Remains relocation is an act of relocation the remains of ancestors to a new burial land with better environment of excellent fengshui. It is also known as “bone collecting” or “bone cleaning”. The remains relocation is not a simple procedure. It has to be conducted by an experiences fengshui master or a relocation master. The procedure varies according to the deceased’s religion, cultural practice based on his/her Chinese origins. According to the Chinese, improper relocation could result in bad luck befalling its descendants.
Why we should relocate remains:
- Bad fengshui (Please seek advice from qualified fengshui master)
- Environment condition due to occasional floods, the presence of pests, etc.
- Relocate for the convenience of paying homage.
Procedure for relocation:
- A proper date fixed by fengshui master
- Presence of family members, fengshui master and relocation master at the tomb.
- Worship ritual and exhumation of the remains.
- Collecting and cleaning of the remains to be placed into small wooden coffin or urn.
- Ritual of tombstone breaking.
- Relocate the remains to new burial ground and to erect a new tombstone or placement of remains to an urn columbarium.