Feng Shui, the ancient 5000-year-old Chinese art of placement, can promote good health, improve relationships and enhance prosperity. It works with the physical aspects as well as invisible energies in relations to direction, time and space. The correct positioning of appropriate colors and elements around your home and office helps you receive optimum benefits while fitting into any style and décor.

Use Feng Shui when:
• Notice a downward shift in health?
• Searching for greater prosperity?
• Want to sell or purchase property?
• Having difficulty attracting romance?
• Productivity or creative levels decreasing?
• Experiencing more arguments and stress?
• Before decorating, re-modeling or construction.
• Noticing more delays in projects or collections.

It is very empowering to uncovering the hidden potential of your environment and receives the optimum benefits it has to offer. Sometimes it means clearing the clutter, others it’s adding a color or element, and yet other times an Energetic Space Clearing is required. Whatever the issue, once the space is brought into balance the occupant comes into greater harmony. Life simply runs more smoothly! See testimonials & Videos listed below.

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The American Feng Shui Institute defines Feng Shui as “literally meaning wind and water. It is an ancient Chinese study of the natural environment. Feng Shui can determine the best or most favorable location for anyone and assist that person to avoid their worst or least desirable location in any environment. This environment can be at the office, home, or any place that they are at. Feng Shui makes the determination based on the year the individual is born, the environment surrounding them, and through the movements of the solar system.

Ronda on the Great Wall in 1999

Throughout ancient China, classical Feng Shui was a closely guarded discipline used as a tool to ensure the good health, wealth, and power of the imperial dynasties. The keepers of this secret knowledge were the Feng Shui masters, the highly respected scientists and astronomers who were charged with sustaining the good fortune and prosperity of the royal court.

These masters of Chinese geomancy were very selective of their protégées and extremely wary of sharing their Feng Shui knowledge with any outsider. As a result, few who claimed to be Feng Shui masters even knew the basic theories, which meant even fewer could practice with proficiency.

To this day, Feng Shui charlatans continue to shroud their ignorance in cloaks of mystery and ritual. They take a "shotgun" approach to prescribing wind chimes and mirrors, embellishing their charade with some incense and prayer.



Chinese Compass called a LoPan


Actually, a classical Feng Shui reading involves no guesswork.
Every building has unique energy characteristics that need to be individually addressed, so be wary of practitioners who offer fixed or occult "cures". Their prescribed remedies may actually do more harm than good.

Basic principles in Feng Shui are Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, East/West Compass Directions, the Solar System and the Environment. They are applied based upon a set of theories and complex calculations derived from the Yi Jing. This includes an in-depth understanding and application of the theories of Yin and Yang, along with the balancing of the Five Elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood) and taking into account the physical relationship between the natural environment and the magnetic field.

A Feng Shui practitioner using a Lo-pan (compass) determines the energy characteristics of a building and its resultant effects on the building's occupants. Calculations are done according to the basic principles, then remedies are prescribed where necessary in order to balance the energy so it will have a positive effect.

“Feng Shui is not related to any religion or belief system. It is a scientific discipline based on the analysis of energy.”