When it comes to the Feng Shui perspective on fences and walls, the objective is balance and proportion. When a property has no fence or wall around it all, there is a notion that the property cannot shore up or store the vital qi (life […]
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 breaking” […]
The term “Form School” may mean different things to different practitioners and it is used to describe observations made about both interior and exterior environments, and environments which are man-made or natural. We are profoundly affected by our immediate surroundings and Form School is part of many classical traditions. It goes hand in hand […]
A big part of Feng Shui theory relates to the natural environment. So, evaluating open spaces should be included in all schools of Feng Shui.
The shape of a lot can have an influence on the eventual building that sits on the land. Even before a community is built up, there are directional areas of the […]
There is a general feng shui principle that you don’t want your house to sit at the end of a cul-de-sac or the cross section of a T-junction. The idea is that the qi (air currents) would be moving too quickly or too directly toward the house. The energies moving directly toward the house, especially […]
There is a whole branch of classical feng shui which deals with the outside environment. It is called Form School or Landscape School. But outside and inside are forever entwined in terms of how they can affect the occupants.
Most people love the sight and sound of a trickling fountain, but there can actually be bad […]
The house which sits at the very end of a cul-de-sac or T-juncture is going to be receiving more energy (alignment of air currents) than the other houses on either side, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. Most feng shui books illustrate how this is a very accident-prone or unhappy home and to […]
Everyone loves a home with a view and that includes adherents to feng shui. The expansiveness of the view can relieve a lot of modern stress that most of us collect year after year.
Energy, which the is called “chi” or “qi” in Chinese metaphysics, can be carried […]
The branch of feng shui which concerns itself with the natural landscape is often called “Form School” or “Landscape School.”
Reasons for paying attention to a garden or a home’s exteriors:
1. To make sure that the house is adequately protected from harsher elements (like wind and rain)
2. To enhance the energies inside a house
3. To shore up or help […]