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Thomas Lin Yun trajo el Feng Shui a occidente. Creador de la escuela del Bagua con la puerta de entrada y gran maestro quien dejó su cuerpo físico el 11 de agosto del 2010.

*Aqui en la presentación y bendición de la primera edición de mi libro durante la clase "Secretos milenarios". Universidad de Harvard, 2009.

Libro de Feng Shui

Tercera Edición 2013

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" ¿La cama siempre tiene que apuntar al norte? Con preguntas como ésta me dí cuenta que lo que hacía falta para entender esto del Feng Shui era aprender tres cosas básicas: que hay distintas escuelas, que el Feng Shui personal es diferente para todos y que se puede escoger la escuela que mejor se ajuste a su espacio o a sus necesidades".

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Aromas doTerra


Una gota de menta doTerra equivale a 28 tazas de té de menta, es excelente para despejar la respiración, oxigenar el cerebro y revitalizar.

La Lavanda ayuda a minimizar el stres, ayuda relajarse y a dormir placenteramente. 

El limón ayuda a la limpieza en el oficio doméstico y abrillanta el estado de ánimo. 



Iside y el Buda de Jade.

El Jade es una piedra preciosa de alta vibración que se relaciona a la protección y la riqueza. Al fondo las Peonias, flores de la primavera y del amor. El Buda de la abundancia es gordo y sonriente porque transforma las situaciones. Este Buda de Jade sostiene un RuYi, el cetro de poder y está parado sobre una flor de loto, representación de la iluminación. Elefantes representando la solidez a la entrada de un espacio.

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Geneforge 5: Overthrow Download With License Key

Geneforge 5: Overthrow Download With License Key

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About This Game

Geneforge 5: Overthrow is an Indie fantasy role-playing adventure, the final chapter of the epic Geneforge Saga. Return to the world of the Shapers one final time. Explore a vast, war-torn world, create and mold your own army of strange, powerful monsters, and choose a side to help lead to final victory.

Geneforge 5: Overthrow features nine character classes and an enormous world with over 80 areas to explore. Choose among five different factions, each with its own beliefs, cities, and quests. Help the rebels or fight them. Slay your enemies or use stealth and diplomacy to outwit them. Your choices will shape the world, and there are dozens of different endings. Choose for yourself how the saga will finally end.


Title: Geneforge 5: Overthrow
Genre: Strategy, RPG, Indie
Spiderweb Software
Spiderweb Software
Release Date: 1 Nov, 2008


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Geneforge 5

Graphics: Better graphics and lighting effects than the previous four Geneforge.
Control: Nice and not-so-clear dramatic tutorial, fixed key binding.
Replayability: Somewhat High.

The cliche of this game is... you are amnesic! hurray! But most of the important characters know who you are... and none of them will tell you out of the kindness of their hearts. All of them will exploit you and profit of the actions of the 'mysterious stranger'. You can be an obedient Shaper tool and happily slaughter Rebel scum and Unbound, the Mad Lizard's mad glowing lizards. I killed about 20 Unbound, if I missed some I will appreciate information on their whereabouts to clean Terrestria for good.
Of course you can be Rebel scum as well but... Why?<\/span><\/span>
The narrative is good, the freedom is back. I enjoyed playing Geneforge 5 almost as much as Geneforge 1.
The Geneforge Saga is a perfect cycle: You know who you are but not where you are to you don't know\/remember who you are but you know where you are.<\/span><\/span>

Things I learned:
-Serviles smell bad.
-Uss is Drakon speech for 'Fort'.
-Drakons become duller every next game.<\/span><\/span>
-Wingbolts are OP<\/span><\/span>
-I got the 'pleasure' of killing Greta and Ghaldring... again.<\/span><\/span>

The end. This game is a freaking masterpiece. I've played it through at least 3 times, bought it on steam to add it to my collections. Over 30 hours in and i STILL don't know if i'm even close to an end.. Geneforge 5 is a good RPG. If the looks do not turn you off you should try it.

This game is relatively close to classic Fallout games. It may also give you Gothic or Risen vibe, or even Ultima if you remember those. You control a single character with a lot of stats and skills. Some of them are used for interacting with the world in a peaceful way, like Mechanics or Leadership. Most are about combat. Combat is spiced by shaping creatures. The story revolves around the world where you can use magic to create and control living beings and you can do it to beat your enemies. You can create new ones for each specific encounter, you can have a single old experienced creature, you can mix those approaches or do not use creatures at all.

The world is atypical, there are no elves and what looks like dragons are human-shaped sapient creations. The story revolves around your character interacting with various factions in a middle of a war of sapient creations against their masters. Various factions see different ways for resolving conflict - like banning all shaping or gently controlling it or what have you.

Spiderweb games look dated and you might think they'd have typical problems of those indie games. Overly complex mechanics, verbosity, bad pacing and obscure quest solutions. But no, this game feels like a big budget RPG, just without a big budget. Text descriptions are spot on, just enough for you to imagine the scene, never outstaying its welcome. UI is not so good, but bearable. I recommend only playing this game out of series because this one is the first supporting widescreen and custom resolution which might be very important for your experience. You might still want play on lower resolution like 768p on 1080p screen. You don't need to know anything about previous games: there are numerous connections to them but the story is self-contained.. I like all the Geneforge games.. The very first game I played was geneforge 1 and once I did I knew I wanted to keep playing video games. The series as a whole Is wonderfully amazing, almost endless possiabilties, its own lore, challenging bosses, limitless followers if you spend points in shapping. Eahc game seperatly however is quite a diffrent story. Like any gamer I have ones I like and ones I wouldn't be to upset If I never got to play again. Lets start with the first 1; Very involving, you can get attached to your first creature if your not careful, the story is awesome, I recomend reading anything you find for back story, and always avoid anything you don't think you can take. The second on; It's not the best geneforge game but its not the worst in my opinion, didn't play much of it but what I did play I didn't care too much for. The third, By far my second favorite one, I could go on and on about everything I loved in it. The 4th could care less if I was unable to play, Its good and leads you up to the 5th but its tedious and irrating at the best. The 5th is the best in my opinion. Great graphics, new montsers, new creature to shap, wide ammount of areas to explore, many differnt paths to chose, my only probelm with it are the plants that stun you and the white beasts in the middle of the map. Back to the series as a whole, my only 3 issues with it are 1.) Turn based combat annoys me now adays hard for a game to impress me with turn based combat. 2.) Oppenets having laser sight and can see you even behind them quite annoying had to redo missions a lot. 3.) While albeit an old game I would love voice acting. It would just add so much more to the games. In all the geneforge saga is one of if not the best game series' I have ever played in my life.. It's one of the older games I couldn't recommend hard enough. It takes though, skill, and sometimes some pretty rough decisions to get stuff done. It's such a phenomenal game, and I want all my friends to try it. It's totally worth it. Replay value is good too, knowing what does what when, and how to build your character.. Just buy it. Trust me. 200+ hours of gameplay if you buy the package, and it's on sale 90% of the time.

NOTE: Tons of reading. This game is more about the reading than anything else. If you aren't into reading, get into it and then buy this.

Pro's :
- VERY in-depth storyline
- multiple different endings
- become a god, basically.
- Replayability
- Simple, early 2000's design.

Cons :
-Graphics are simple, so if you don't like retro-ish things it may not be for you
-Combat is pretty repetitive after a point
-Classes aren't balanced well; Shaper\/Lifecrafter will always be #1

Trust me, I've got 200+ hours on the series. Just buy it.

(PS: too hard? Cheat Codes. Still too hard? Check the Spiderweb Software forums for an unofficial patch to add in a console)

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