Published Articles by Kartar Diamond on Feng Shui
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As with many subjects and disciplines, a case study is an opportunity to observe or apply the theories relevant to the given discipline and note how those theories manifest or respond in a real life situation.
The same is true with Feng Shui, an ancient discipline […]
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There are different Schools of Feng Shui and different ways to categorize House types. These distinctions mostly have to do with orientation, timing, or a combination of both.
In the Ba Zhai School of Feng Shui, as well as others, we have Eight House Types […]
When it comes to making adjustments to one’s home or work place, questions often come up in regards to “how much?” as in how much water to use, how much metal, and how much fire color to use. Quantity is a big topic and we can assume […]
In the floor plan sample attached to this article, we see that there are several partially missing or mostly missing directional sectors.
What can be the influence of a missing directional sector of a home? Each of the eight basic directions is related to a family member and […]
Feng Shui practitioners sometimes talk shop and debate concepts and practices from distinct schools or traditions. For example, some Feng Shui Schools teach that a house will manifest unique energy based on when it was built, while another School will interpret a house based on when the […]
When asked about the ever-moving magnetic North pole, it motivates me to find out what is the latest research and opinions. And recently, there have been more reports coming out of the scientific community about the increasing rate of speed with which the magnetic poles are moving. […]
In the terminology used by Feng Shui Flying Star practitioners, we refer to the center point of a floor plan as the “center palace.” And yet, at most we can visualize it as a dot where all the eight directional zones converge, like the center of a […]
The word “intention” pops up frequently in discussions about Feng Shui because some practitioners feel this is an integral part of a remedy or solution to a problem. While I don’t totally disagree with this premise, I think it is over-emphasized. All remedies, whether it is adding […]
In Feng Shui teachings, we learn that the annual energy shifts on or around February 4th or 5th each year. It doesn’t vacillate by more than a day because the Feng Shui New Year marks the mid-way point between the December Solstice and the March Equinox.
This date […]