History of Feng Shui
The environment has always been part of the since the start of Chinese Civilisation some 6,000 years ago (4,000BC). This body of knowledge was formalised as a subject about 4000 years ago (2,000 BC). It was based on the observations and recorded. This knowledge not only covered the environment, it encompassed astronomy and the calendar (time).
There is no equivalent body of knowledge in the West. The closest study that I could find is “Terroir” which is the study of the environment to grow grapes in a vineyard.
This knowledge had been the preserve of the Chinese until the late 20th Century where this knowledge passed to the 4 corners of the world. Now, this ancient Chinese knowledge is used to improve people’s lives and their businesses.
Feng Shui is about the harnessing the energy in Nature (or the environment) for the welfare of the people. The greater amount of energy in the property, better the welfare of the people.
It is the job of the consultant to maximise the flow of energy into the property. Secondly, to identify the best or relevant energy that will benefit the people in the property.
Central to the Chinese Culture is the tenet of the “Trinity of Luck”
Your life is influenced by the 3 lucks
- Heaven Luck – your fate or destiny as deemed by your time of birth. This can be revealed by horoscopes or Destiny analysis (like Bazi readings).
- Earth Luck – the environment. Feng Shui is tool used to evaluate the environment that you live in.
- Man Luck – It is about you, – Your drive, motivation and effort that you put into your life and living.
It is not possible to change your “Heaven Luck” as it is pre-determined. However, it is possible to improve one’s life by improving both “Earth Luck” and “Man Luck”. The appropriate application of Feng Shui methods will maximise the potential of you, your home and businesses.
Symptoms of when to use Feng Shui
- Looking for a new property – home or business – it is about the uncertainty
- Money problems/outflow
- Family conflict – staff conflict; issue with neighbours (suppliers/clients)
- Love and relationships
- Continuous or ceaseless problems
- Unable to have good Sleep (insomnia)
- Health – continuous problems – one after another
- Children – poor behaviour and not studying
- Projects – a “hair’s breath” away from success. Repeatedly
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