Those who practice the Flying Star School of Feng Shui know that the influence of a house or building will change slowly over time. With no physical changes, no remodels, and regardless of who occupies the space, structures go through Periods or cycles where the influence of the space shifts like cogs in […]
One of the magical aspects to Feng shui is that remedies applied to flawed areas of a home or business can often yield a pretty immediate response or improvement. There are loads of stories, and even my own case studies, where clients might experience something extraordinary within days after making a recommended change. […]
We have an expression in our own Western culture: “ground-breaking.” It refers to something momentous, brand new, significant, and capable of changing the way we think, behave, respond, or create in the future. A “ground breaking” scientific discovery can lead to the cure of a specific disease and forever alter scientific research thereafter.
A “ground […]
In feng shui practice, common remedies used to balance rooms include use of the five natural elements. The five natural elements are water, wood, fire, earth and metal. Water is the “shui” of feng shui, which literally translates as wind/water.The recommendation and application to use water should be specific and unique to the property […]
The role of both real and mythological animals is referred to frequently in feng shui theory and folklore. In many books, there is a description of an ideal house, which has a turtle behind it, a phoenix bird in front of it, and a dragon and tiger on either side. These four […]
Nine Star Ki is a complementary divination art form to Feng Shui. Both draw information from the 9 stars (of the Big Dipper) and the fundamentals of Chinese metaphysics. The interpretation of the stars is often quite different in each domain and from Nine Star Ki we can observe what kind of personal […]