Understanding Feng Shui for the Home – Part II

Continuation from Understanding Feng Shui for the Home Part I Over the years, I’ve come to realize that Feng Shui for the home is based on relationships.  Relationships between you and your environment, including the location, topography, weather patterns, neighborhood, neighbors and your family.  What we have the most control over is our home environment.  So how can we …

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The Feng Shui of a Modern Glass Clad Office

As a feng shui consultant we often get inquiries for office analysis.  Recently, an associate moved offices from the suburb to the city. He was excited to be moving to a hip, tall, glass contemporary office building.  It’s location is surrounded with variety of amenities and is convenient to trendy shops.  It definintely has that “wow” factor.  But, …

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Finding Harmony in Your Life

We live in this digital age where everything is just a finger tip away.  Questions on anything and everything can be answered instantaneously.  Want to know a meaning of a word?  A good restaurant?  directions? title of a song?  artist?  history?  Immediate answers have become the norm. From an Asian philosophical perspective, as a society, we …

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The Water Element and Listening

Chinese philosophy, culture, and traditions are deeply rooted through the influence of the Five-Element or Wu-xing Theory. The five elements are;  Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood.  Each element is associated to all things in nature, such as seasons, foods, colors, emotions, organs, and shapes. Although I have been a student of feng shui for …

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Feng Shui and Permaculture: What do they have in Common?

Have you heard of Permaculture? I’ve only known about permaculture for less than three years and it resonates very much with Form School feng shui.  As I have often written, feng shui is living in harmony with nature, following nature’s patterns.  Master Hsu teaches us that when we rise with sun and rest at sundown, …

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Understanding Ki, Qi or Chi Energy – My First Step

Through my years of studying Asian philosophy and culture, I realize that even though I have read or have been taught a concept, it often takes years before I have any idea of what it really means.  Compared to Western thinking which is more black and white, Asians tend to be very gray.  I find …

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