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Sweet Aroma Attraction

Published by Borneo under , , on 9:45 PM

Bong owns a used car trading business in Kuching. He has a fond of using aroma incense stick in his office and it keeps the air fresh with fragrance. It is believed that aroma incense stick can naturally heighten one’s spirit and bring peace to the mind. It is especially useful when your customers comes into your air conditioned office soaked with sweat and has the strong manly smell.

Everything was going well until one day, Bong and all his staff is getting sick quite regularly and business has been poor too. Everything was not going well. It was recommended by a friend that Bong should have his place check by a feng shui master. He agreed and did this the following day.

The master checked his place and see the problem right away, there was a spirit living in his office. He asked Bong if he had been using the aroma incense stick for a long time. This is because the spirit was attracted to the sweet fragrance from the incense stick and refused to leave. Bong was shocked to hear this.

Joss stick and other offerings were then given to get rid of the spirit. Bong never uses the aroma incense stick again as it not only heightens one’s spirit, it can attract ghostly spirits.


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