Feng Shui Introduction
Feng Shui Introduction – Classical Feng Shui is a traditional Chinese practice of positioning buildings and allocating rooms and furniture in accordance to the best Qi (energy) flow. Historically, Feng Shui was used to orient various structures, including tombs and dwellings, in a manner that would allow tapping the most favorable energy Qi from the ground and surroundings (i.e. prominent landscape features like Mountains and Waters).
Classical Feng Shui practice is very demanding and it takes many years of learning in order to master this authentic skill.
Each site is unique and every building has its very own specifics.
This is a result of a mixture of environmental influences and overall building design, main entrance placement, the direction it receives the energy (Qi) and the time it was built and moved-in for the first time.
Feng Shui Compass makes a very important tool in every Classical Feng Shui assessment, for it contains not only information about directions.
Also all other necessary information to read the environment and reveal many visible and invisible patterns.
Since every property reflects specific patterns that basically determine its overall potentials, it might be very useful if the occupants might learn more of their property resources.
Sometimes we may expect a lot from the property that can neither deliver certain qualities nor fulfill our desires, and the other time we may be completely unaware of the exceptional opportunities hidden in the place we live or work in.
Even when the compatibility of the occupants with the property is poor (one man’s meat might be another man’s poison), it usually turns out that there is always a plenty of space for significant improvements, especially with smart using of specific locations and – directions.
Being the study of how your property affects your life and business, the objective of Feng Shui practice is to improve your health, relationships, career and wealth with the clever utilization of property locations and optimum personal directions.
Feng Shui Consultation
The purpose of Feng Shui Consultation is that you learn more about how to use your property in order to make the most of its potentials.
Therefore, you don’t have to believe in Feng Shui in order to make it work for you; for it already exists and acts upon your life and-or business.
The term Feng Shui literally translates as ’’Wind – Water’’ in English.
It relates to the ideal site that is sheltered from the harsh winds (that can easily scatter energy, Qi), while being in the vicinity of water (that carries and collects Qi).