Many people equate feng shui consultants with miracle-making abilities. Clients sometimes think that feng shui consultants can wave a magic wand, apply a formula and make all their problems disappear or turn them into millionaires when they follow certain water formulas.
Feng Shui has increasingly become a selling point for property developers these days. From a marketing standpoint, it is easy to understand why property developers are paying more attention to feng shui issue ...
One of the challenges of modernising a profession like feng shui is really in changing the way it is practised.
One of the most fascinating and interesting aspects of studying feng shui is "Walking the Mountains". In modern educational context, this is like going for industrial or practical training.
FENG shui has really undergone an evolution of sorts in the last 100 years. While it has created certain problems, the commercialisation of feng shui has also brought about some positive changes to the industry.
A call came in just as I had sat down; my secretary had not come in and so I did the only thing I could do - answered the call.
Those who had a go at using the Life Gua system from last week’s article would probably have noticed a major dilemma, especially in homes with more than one resident and where certain areas are used together.
When it comes to Feng Shui, it is simply not possible to over-state the importance of the external macro environment, i.e. the formation of mountains and rivers in the vicinity of your home or property.
It is rare to find a person these days who doesn’t know something about feng shui or ‘Wind and Water’ as so many people are apt to associate it with.
An unfortunate by-product of the increased public awareness and knowledge of feng shui is the creation of the mentality that feng shui is all about the money and nothing else.
Basic knowledge in the 'Ba Gua', or the Eight Trigrams, can give us a lot of information about a building.
With a booming demand for classical feng shui services and knowledge all over the world, the business of feng shui is becoming more and more competitive.
This may come as a surprise to many people, but feng shui actually has absolutely nothing to do with religion nor does it have any religious components to it.
The Do-It-Yourself trend has become so popular these days that it has even extended to feng shui.
When someone mentions feng shui, you will probably visualise bamboo flutes and wind chimes, think of ba gua mirrors or perhaps recall something about lucky frogs.
Utilising feng shui to manage the Qi that is affecting you, whether in the office or at home.
Good Feng Shui can offer many opportunities but it has to be in tandem with the Human factor...
Looking at the external and internal feng shui forces of your home and office for the maximum benefit.
We were visiting the 13 tombs of the Ming emperors and their empresses in Changping county, about 50km from Beijing . It was Day 5 of the excursion series and the students' first “audit” of the day began with the magnificent tomb of Emperor Yong Le, the third emperor of the Dynasty.
Many people know that feng shui is about the qi in the environment and tapping the qi or drawing the qi into their homes or offices. But often, there is a lack of understanding as to where this qi is coming from.
The Year of the Dog brings mixed fortunes for many.