A Glimpse of My Passion.
Feng Shui is a mental labyrinth of never-ending study which becomes ever more complex & fascinating as its myriad structures interconnect. It could be likened to an elaborate tapestry, the more fervent the artisan the more beauty appears, the more layered the colours the more profound its depths and the stronger it becomes. The more you study & practice, the more you benefit, prosper & enrich your life.
Feng Shui is great fun and is closely related to Tai Chi and Qigong through common concerns with balance, distribution of air, & centring oneself with the magnetic forces of our environment.
The rulers of ancient China deemed Feng Shui so powerful that its practice was restricted to the Imperial Palaces. Knowledge of the subject was forbidden to anyone but a handful of Masters & their pupils because it was feared its positive effects would have ended their exclusive prosperity. Now Feng Shui is practised regularly by leading companies throughout our planet & many famous people applaud its potency.
The term “Feng Shui Master” should only be applied to a practising consultant whose knowledge has been passed down through generations, but there are many brilliant, first-generation practitioners who have the knowledge because they have seriously studied & practised their subject. Feng Shui practitioners are called "Dragon People" because they deal with the secrets of transformation of which the dragon is master.
There are some who advocate a different art of placement for the Southern Hemisphere to the Northern. Although the application of Feng Shui is fluid, the laws are rigid, and one must remember ancient sages devised Feng Shui without knowledge of the equator. Even if they did have that knowledge, their results wouldn’t have changed because a compass held on the equator doesn’t suddenly flip!
My Feng Shui Teaching Manual coming soon. Meanwhile read about the Feng Shui Dragon.
"To put the world right in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right".- Confucius "Master Kong," (September 28, 551 BCE – 479 BCE) Chinese thinker and social philosopher.