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Feng Shui and Qi

By |2019-09-25T08:23:19-07:00February 27th, 2017|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts Qi – pronounced “chee” (and often seen spelled as “Chi” in the West) – translates into English as “energy.” It is one of the most important concepts in Feng Shui. Qi governs all things in the universe. It is an ever-present force [...]

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Feng Shui Celestial Animals

By |2019-09-25T08:23:22-07:00December 16th, 2016|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Feng Shui Celestial Animals This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, “The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts,” available on Amazon.com. Long before the Feng Shui compass was developed, Feng Shui practitioners were also skilled astronomers. They assessed the Qi in the environment by observing the clusters of stars in the heaven and the contours [...]

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Debunking Famous Feng Shui Kitchen Myths

By |2019-09-25T08:23:23-07:00December 16th, 2016|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Debunking Famous Feng Shui Kitchen Myths This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, “The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts,” available on Amazon.com. Myth 1: The kitchen sink being directly across from the stove is bad: Many people think that when the sink (a Water element) is directly across from the stove (a Fire element), [...]

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Two Things Feng Shui is NOT!

By |2019-09-25T08:23:24-07:00December 13th, 2016|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Two Things Feng Shui is NOT! This is an excerpt from Jen's book, "The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts," available on Amazon.com. First, Feng Shui cannot, must not, and should not be understood as some kind of “magic.” As a Feng Shui consultant, I meet with a lot of people who are on different [...]

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Understanding the Different Schools of Feng Shui

By |2019-09-25T08:24:06-07:00January 27th, 2016|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Understanding the Different Schools of Feng Shui This content of this article is extracted from Jen's book, "The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts". To purchase your copy, please visit Amazon.com. Feng Shui is not a singular practice. There are many schools and systems that place an emphasis on different techniques and application. In fact, [...]

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The Cosmic Trinity – Heaven, Man, Earth

By |2019-09-25T08:24:07-07:00January 22nd, 2016|BaZi: Four Pillars of Destiny, Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

This is an excerpt from Jen's book "The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts". You can purchase a copy here. According to the ancient classics, there are three distinct – but intercon- nected – forces that influence your journey in life. Each one is equally weighted in importance without regard to hierarchy or order. The [...]

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Later Heaven Ba Gua Arrangement

By |2019-09-25T08:24:17-07:00October 18th, 2015|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Later Heaven Ba Gua Arrangement This is an excerpt from my book... The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts. "The Later Heaven Ba Gua truly depicts the emergence of the human experience, the dynamic flow of energy, and the ever-changing movement of the environment. That stands in stark contrast to the Early Heaven Ba Gua, [...]

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Book Excerpt: Mountain Support in Feng Shui

By |2019-09-25T08:24:18-07:00October 13th, 2015|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Book Excerpt: Mountain Support in Feng Shui "Where the mountains are located in relation to your property provides more vital information for evaluating the Qi quality of the environment. Generally speaking, you want to see healthy mountain ranges situated behind a property. Because mountains are considered Yin (stable and immobile), having mountains behind a home [...]

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Feng Shui Chinese Five Elements

By |2019-09-25T08:24:19-07:00September 14th, 2015|Excerpt from Book, Tips & Educational|

Feng Shui Chinese Five Elements This is an excerpt from Jen's book, The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts "The Chinese have long observed the cycles of nature. They revered and admired the gifts of the seasons as nature progresses through its unending cycle. And they believed human beings experience the same cycles of change within. [...]

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Feng Shui Bedrooms and Nightstands

By |2019-09-25T08:24:20-07:00September 9th, 2015|Excerpt from Book, Feng Shui Myths, Tips & Educational|

Excerpt from my book, The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts Myth #1: There should always be two bedside tables to promote love and romance: Many Black Hat Feng Shui practitioners will suggest that in order to invite the energy of romance and relationship in the bedroom, it is important to have two bedside tables [...]

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