Naja Li's Guide to Talking to Trees: a Unique Understanding of Feng Shui and its Connection to Nature Naja Li uses the gift of clairaudience to bring you her Guide to Talking to Trees - a unique understanding of Feng Shui and its connection to nature, including a special part played by trees. This understanding of Feng Shui comes from a time when approaches to health and sickness, living and dying were one.
What this book offers is a view of an approach to living and dying that is not otherwise available. The reason for this is that Naja Li's hearing extends to a time before the establishment of what we currently know as Feng Shui. For this book reflects a tradition whose priority was to ensure the safe passage of souls to a place where they would be reunited intact with their brothers and sisters.
Naja Li's Guide to Talking to Trees is composed almost entirely of Feng Shui teachings reproduced ‘as heard’. All the teachings relate to one key statement:
'Feng Shui is for death benefit, not life benefit. The blessings of life depend on rebirth and not on material possession. The truth of life is death, for beyond death’s grasp lies a passage to light. Being as one with light is man’s only task.'
This book is for readers who would like to learn about the environment from which modern Feng Shui emerged. For, although it is not made explicit, there is in fact very little connection between the two. As you will read, this tradition is described as standing apart from known religious or philosophical traditions.