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About Yin House Feng Shui
The traditional practice of Feng Shui itself has its origins in Yin Houses (otherwise known as burial grounds or tombs).
In the ancient days, this art was known as Kan Yu, which means the study of forces between Heaven and Earth.
During the Tang Dynasty, it was used to help select burial spots.
In the days of the Imperial Dynasties of Ming and Qing, as well, more attention was paid to Yin House than Yang House.
It was only as Feng Shui developed and evolved over the years that an equal amount of attention was given to Yang Houses (otherwise known as places for the living).
Why is Yin House Feng Shui important?
Yin House Feng Shui is an extremely potent form of Feng Shui that has long-term effects and consequences on an individual's lineage and descendants. If you're interested in ensuring your family's good future and prosperity, Yin House Feng Shui will provide powerful results and give you peace of mind.
If we look back on the course of Chinese history, we can see that Chinese emperors used Yin House Feng Shui to ensure the prosperity and longevity of their empires. For example, Zhu Yuan Zhang, the founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty, was laid to rest in a tomb in Nanjing that has excellent Feng Shui. The powerful Feng Shui formations around the tomb ensured the success of the subsequent 15 Ming Emperors... resulting in one of the longest-lived dynasties in the history of China!
Yin House Feng Shui is about selecting the right spot as a final resting place. The prosperity and destiny of a person's descendants is greatly influenced by their ancestors' burial spots. You can take the early crucial step to ensure your family's wellbeing. You can take the definitive step to make certain that your family members are born with good BaZi charts - giving them a significant and strong headstart in life.
Consider it lifelong insurance for your family and descendants' long-term prosperity and happiness. Consider it your gift to them.
What does Yin House Feng Shui entail?
There are three specific and important stages in the practice of Yin House Feng Shui:
Yin House Feng Shui is a form of a "trust fund" that people can set up for their descendants. Its value is priceless because the practice ensures that your family has a good start in life and enjoys continuous prosperity down the line.
- Land Selection - Highly recommended that this is done well in advance of old age and illness, to prevent last-minute rush jobs amidst emotional upheaval.
- Date Selection for Casket Alignment and Placement - The proper process will tap into a good direction, much like bed placement in Yang House Feng Shui
- Date Selection for Tombstone Alignment - This step is crucial because it activates the tomb, allowing it to tap into the surrounding formations. A tombstone works for the burial spot just as a Main Door functions for a Yang House.
Making An Appointment|
To make an appointment for a Yin House Feng Shui consultation with Joey Yap and the Joey Yap Consulting Group Team, please contact our office directly. You may contact us simply to discuss your needs and clarify and concerns or questions.
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How It Is Done
Our Ying House Feng Shui Consultation Team will visit your property and perform the Feng Shui audit in your presence. You are encouraged to ask any questions during, and even after, the consultation. Depending on the size of the property and the scope of your requirements, the time involved in a consultation may range from 1 - 2 hours (for a very small project) to a number of days (for large projects). We will prepare a summary of the audit as reference for you. This summary can be obtained upon request and may be delivered via mail or faxed (whichever is the preferred method) within 5 - 7 working days.
Client Confidentiality Policy
Your privacy is important to us. We do not normally discuss our client services with any third parties. All information that comes to our attention in the course of our work will be protected and dealt with confidentially.
It is not our normal practice to reveal the names of our clients. In the event that we wish to use your names for reference purposes, we would seek your permission. Any names of our clients that we might have used for marketing purposes would have received the prior permission of our clients.
If you have any questions or concerns about our Confidentiality Policy, you may contact us at +603-2284-1213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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