Feng Shui affects everyone regardless of whether or not they are aware of it. It is based on the laws of physics and natural cycles, as well as the design of a space.
- San He (Landscape and Formations) formula analyzes the location of your home, as well as the surrounding landscape and physical features and how they impact the energy entering your home. 70% of what is happening inside the home is based on what is going on outside. This formula also examines the entrance and how energy flows once inside the home. Positioning of rooms including bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms, and features such as doors, stairs, and fireplaces, etc. are considered to determine any potential effect
- San Yuan (Flying Stars) formula determines specific energy patterns entering your home. These are based on the facing direction of the house and identifying the Period (20 year energy pattern) of the house. The next step is to identify what energy type is being activated in each section of your house. Then using the Five Element Theory, recommendations are then made on ways to enhance the positive energy (Qi) and how to mitigate the negative Qi.
- Ba Zhai (Eight Mansions) formula determines the group (East or West) and Kua numbers of the home’s occupants to recommend optimal locations for spending time in the home, as well as the best directions to face (24 Mountains) for each individual. What may be positive for one person may be less so for another. Variables such as age and gender come into play here.
Luo Pan used in Classic Feng Shui
The Five Element Productive Cycle
Surround yourself with things that bring you joy and edit what no longer supports you. This will create room to move forward and be open to new opportunities.
- a religion
- affiliated with any superstitious belief system
- a kind of magic that will fix all life challenges
- a one-time event
- a “one size fits all” solution
- a fad or trend
- about recommending major renovations to a home – the solutions are very practical
“Space is not just an empty space but a tightly woven fabric of time and space” – Einstein