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Tarot

Four Pillars of Destiny

Kigaku

易学 手相 風水

Ekigaku

Palm Reading

Feng Shui

Tarot

When the original meaning of the tarot cards are interpreted along with their placement and design they have a strong intuitive power that can project all about the person being read.

Four Pillers of Destiny

Shichu suimei is commonly called the ‘Four Pillars of Destiny'. It focuses on the year you were born as well as the month, date and time. This base fortune is what you are blessed with at birth. Your fortune may change or be altered depending on your effort and discipline.

Kigaku

Kigaku is a method of fortune telling based on your birth year, month and day as well as the use of the nine stars of the Big Dipper with the five elements to predict the working and change of fate in the present as well as in the future.

Ekigaku

Ekigaku is a method of divination that has its origins in ancient China. Readings are made based on yin & yang, the four seasons, the eight trigrams and the 64 hexagrams of the I-ching.

Palm Reading

Palm reading looks at the creases of the palm and the size and shape of the hand to determine one's natural attributes, talents and physical condition.

Feng Shui

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of placement and arrangement of space by controlling the flow of energy to achieve harmony with the environment. It is used to decide the positions of things like cities, homes, buildings and graves.

International Fortune Teller Maya Linda

Most importantly, inspiration comes from the combination of natural intuition and years of academic application. It's not only about good things. Accuracy is the absolute key!

Born with a natural sixth sense, Maya Linda entered the world of psychic fortune telling and has enlightened many people with her consultations. She has resolved countless marital, independent, health and family matters. Through her undaunted efforts she has earned loyal fans and has countless television, newspaper and other media appearances. For over 20 years she has mastered and practiced various methods of accredited psychic consultations such as tarot readings, Four Pillars of Destiny, kigaku, palm reading, feng shui and many more. She has also received the Buddhist name Myojun from the Shōgo-in monzeki temple in Kyoto.

"As long as you are living you will stumble along the way. Though it is up to you to reach the end of the road, sometimes it is necessary to seek help. If a helpful advisor or therapist can give you that extra push to guide you along the way, my work is done. My biggest hope as a fortune-teller is to wash away your worries and pain and purify the foggy feelings for bigger and brighter days to come."

Maya Linda was born and raised in Kyoto with a natural sharp intuition about things as a child. Many of the adults around her used to say things like "Don't try to trick and cheat, you'll get caught!" and "Don't lie". From senior high school, she moved and was out on her own in Tokyo. As she wanted English to be apart of her future career, she majored in English at Tsuda College. As a result, she was able to use her linguistic ability to her advantage and be part of a corporation that associated with many foreign clients. At 29, she met her husband who was in Japan working for the Red Cross. She married and moved to America to support the work of her husband. However, 8 years later she divorced and came back to Japan. It was difficult to continue work after her return and felt somewhat uncomfortable. In that time of confusion, she met a fortune-teller who had been introduced through an old friend. She made a firm decision to become a follower. She studied hard and was able to learn the form of tarot readings and life charts. Her psychic master was surprised and also acknowledged her diligence. She began working under her master sooner than expected. Fortunately enough, within just a short term, she had acquired her own clients and within a year, had managed to profit more than her master and started independently. After starting on her own, she was invited to the Mecca of fortune telling in the Kansai region [the Hankyu Sanbangai, Kappa-yokocho fortune telling center]. Within just a couple years, she worked her way up to becoming store manager and the best selling fortune-teller of the district. It was not an uncommon sight to see as many as 40 people lined up just to get a reading from the great Maya Linda. During this time, though she had been going back and forth between America and Japan, she left the popularity and status that she had established in Japan and settled down in America for many reasons, including her child's education. She had built up her reputation once again in San Francisco and sprung into fame at one point, but in 2008, giving up all the connections she had made there; she came back to Japan once again.

"With the experiences that I have encountered living in American and Japan and traveling around Europe and Southeast Asia, I have broadened my inner self and strengthened my fortune telling abilities. This is the best fortune I have attained in my life."
"And now, being back in Japan again helping others with their worries and pain, I have started a new beginning for myself. Even today, I am still blessed with many clients traveling great distances for my consultations."
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