Flying Star Feng Shui and the Big Dipper

By |June 30th, 2015|

Flying Star Feng Shui and the Big Dipper
The word “Stars” is often used in Classical Feng Shui to refer to the type or body of Qi, and is symbolized numerically (e.g., 1 to 9) or by its Star name (e.g., Covetous Wolf, Military Career, etc.).

The Nine Stars in Flying Star Feng Shui essentially represent the […]

Feng Shui and Bagua Mirrors

By |June 30th, 2015|

Feng Shui and Bagua Mirrors
Contrary to popular belief, a Chinese Bagua Mirror is not traditionally used to “cure” or dissolve negative energy. While a Bagua Mirror is commonly found in many Chinese emporiums and shops, this item is more of a cultural trinket than it is related to Feng Shui in practice. Allow me to […]

Feng Shui and Toilets

By |June 30th, 2015|

Feng Shui and Toilets
In Western Feng Shui, you’ll commonly hear things like this: “Keep the toilet lid down or money goes down the toilet!”

I find the relationship between Feng Shui and toilets to be one of the most celebrated misconceptions about Feng Shui. And to be honest with you, it is a load of crap! […]

The Myth About Red Door Feng Shui

By |June 29th, 2015|

The Myth About Red Door Feng Shui
A few years ago I recall having an interesting conversation with a man who was genuinely interested in understanding what I do for a living. Those conversations, like many others that follow after that, tend to circle around my need to debunk many Western myths around Feng Shui.

One of […]

The Benefits of Using Feng Shui in Business

By |June 29th, 2015|

The Benefits of Using Feng Shui in Business
“Today many business people realize the importance of apply Feng Shui for prosperity. Therefore more people engage Feng Shui services when they choose their new offices and use Feng Shui design to allocate different functions in their offices. In addition, more big development projects apply Feng Shui designs […]

What is the Difference between the Solar and Lunar Calendar?

By |June 29th, 2015|

 
What is the Difference between the Solar and Lunar Calendar?
Every year, when the Chinese celebrate the New Year Festival, a very common misunderstanding begins to circulate around this time of year… and that is on the DATE when the new Chinese celestial animal arrives. The twelve animals (i.e., Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon…) is similar to Western […]

Embracing the Spring Element

By |June 29th, 2015|

With my work in Chinese Metaphysics, I have always revered in the ways that the Ancient Chinese have observed and appreciated the changing of the seasons through the philosophy of the Five Elements. It not only explains a wide array of phenomena, from cosmic cycles to the interaction and relationship between the body’s internal organs […]

What is Time in Feng Shui?

By |June 29th, 2015|

What is Time in Feng Shui?
We are used to seeing time as a line, flowing from past to present and from present to future. Except in Classical Feng Shui, time is not linear but cyclical. The flow of energy in the universe changes with the passing of time, evidenced by the changes in the four […]

The Truth About Feng Shui Décor

By |June 29th, 2015|

The Truth About Feng Shui Décor
The traditional practice of Feng Shui has absolutely nothing to do with trinkets, gadgets,or odd-looking Chinese figurines and décor. In fact, the power of the authentic practice lies in the SUBTLETY of the design.

I continuously address this statement because our understanding of Feng Shui has, unfortunately, been diluted to the […]