Feng Shui Your Wallet: It’s a Gimmick

By |August 31st, 2015|

Feng Shui Your Wallet: It’s a Gimmick

Have you ever heard of “Feng Shui Your Wallet”? If you have, please read on. If you haven’t, consider yourself blissfully lucky, but do read on just for fun…

First of all, there is no such thing as “Feng Shui-ing” your wallet; and logic debunks the “Feng Shui Your Wallet” phenomena. If […]

10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Feng Shui

By |August 29th, 2015|

10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Feng Shui
This article was previously featured and originally published on MindBodyGreen on May 21, 2014.

As a Classical Feng Shui consultant, I have personally witnessed the downside to the sudden popularity of Feng Shui in the West. For one, the authentic meaning of the practice gets lost and misused […]

Feng Shui Luo Pan 101: How To Care For Your Compass

By |August 27th, 2015|

Feng Shui Luo Pan 101: How To Care For Your Compass
A Feng Shui Luo Pan, or Compass, is an essential tool in executing an accurate and effective Feng Shui evaluation. Here are some reminders on how to protect your precious asset:

Keep your Luo Pan in a dry and cool place, preferably not under direct sunlight […]

Grand Master Raymond Lo: Four Pillars of Destiny – Aug 2018

By |August 27th, 2015|

I am very excited to welcome GRAND MASTER RAYMOND LO to the US! This will be his fourth and final visit to San Francisco! Details below.

With that said, his upcoming visit is highly anticipated by many who have always wanted to study and learn from him, but were unable to make the long trek to Asia. […]

Debunking Common Feng Shui Myths About The Front Door

By |August 25th, 2015|

Debunking Common Feng Shui Myths About The Front Door
I’m getting straight to the point. The Internet is full of garbage articles on Feng Shui. Over the years, clients and students alike have brought many such articles to my attention and wondered if any had merit.

Truth be told, most of these common tips have nothing to […]

Feng Shui External Forms: Curved Blade

By |August 25th, 2015|

Feng Shui External Forms: Curved Blade
Curved Blade, also known as Bow Shaped Road, refers to the shape of a road in front of a building that has a curve point towards it. In Forms School Feng Shui, this kind of water configuration in the external environment is not considered favorable because it means Qi “turns […]

Feng Shui Bedroom: Ideal Internal Forms

By |August 23rd, 2015|

Feng Shui Bedroom: Ideal Internal Forms
Did you know we spend one-third of our lives in our bedrooms? We are at our most vulnerable state when we are sleeping; therefore, our bedrooms need to be located where good “Mountain Stars” are residing in order to support our health and human harmony.

In Flying Star Feng Shui, we […]

A Letter Advocating for the True Knowledge of Feng Shui

By |August 21st, 2015|

A Letter Advocating for the True Knowledge of Feng Shui
I recently read an article that has a Feng Shui title. This article, like most out there in the Internet superhighway, left me feeling defeated and disappointed.

It seems, these days, we use the term “Feng Shui” so loosely on everything: Feng Shui Your Wallet, Feng Shui Your […]

8 Benefits to Feng Shui Your Life

By |August 21st, 2015|

8 Benefits to Feng Shui Your Life
Many curious folks ask: What are the benefits of using Feng Shui? While most people’s hesitation toward the art is placed largely on common misconceived ideas, I want to share a few of my own personally-collected list of “say yes to Feng Shui”!

In no particular order, here are the […]

Feng Shui Luo Pan 101: Heaven’s Pool

By |August 21st, 2015|

Perhaps one of the most recognizable images on a traditional Feng Shui Luo Pan (or compass) is the Heaven’s Pool. This is a circular box located at the center of the Luo Pan where the magnetic needle is kept.

In ancient times, the needle floated free in water; that’s why the box is called a “pool.” […]