Feng Shui changed my life. I’ve seen it work “magic” for clients and for myself.
My mission now is to teach, share, and promote it accurately and responsibly. I also intend to make Feng Shui accessible to people by debunking the myths, mysteries, and misconceptions around this ancient practice. My services are designed to empower people to cultivate a deeper sense of awareness with themselves and their environment, manifest their life’s endeavors by creating a special space with meaningful intention, and embrace this art as another gateway to promoting good health, happiness, and prosperity.
With my Feng Shui background, I can provide a deeper and more personal level of service to my real estate clients who are also interested in exploring the art. Click here to learn more.
For example, if you’re in the market to buy or sell a property, look to Feng Shui. As a licensed realtor, I can also assist you in your house search. With my full access to the Arizona MLS database, I can help organize your property showings with the principles of Feng Shui in mind. If you are already working with an agent, I can accompany you to your showings to assess the external landforms and internal space. On the other end of the spectrum, I know selling your home can be both an exciting and daunting time. Careful application of the principles of Feng Shui can help you attract potential buyers, save you time, money, and help avoid useless effort and sell your house the easy way.
If you are looking to renovate your house, that’s another great time to implement Feng Shui. In Classical Feng Shui, we generally observe the birth chart of the house when it is first constructed. Any major renovations done to the property thereafter will establish a “new” birth chart with a different set of energy. I can work with architects and interior designers to ensure your newly renovated space is aligned with the principles of Feng Shui.
Or say you’re “in construction” on a new house. Applying the principles of Feng Shui at this stage makes sure your home will be designed specifically to your astrological and energy charts. It is also a good idea to find out where the weak and strong Qi zones are in your new construction during the drawing phase or as soon as possible. This will help you make decisions about the location of key rooms, for example. To learn more about my Feng Shui and real estate service, click here.
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Concepts and Definitions
Contemporary Feng Shui is inherently a “micro” practice that focuses only on the internal space of a property. The application also uses the resident’s personal style, taste, expression, and internal manifestations to create a special place that is unique and meaningful to them. This system is non-directional (i.e., does not observe the cardinal directions) and is primarily a subjective practice.
Classical Feng Shui is a non-product, macro-based system that first focuses on observing the property’s external landforms, then moves inside the property by assessing the Qi flow using formula techniques. This system honors the cardinal directions and offers a more precise and direct assessment specific to the property and the residents occupying the space. It is a systematic field of study that has basic models, principles, empirical evidence and documented evidence. To learn more about Classical Feng Shui, click here.
Qi is a complicated and scientific concept that’s behind the core practice of Feng Shui. A well-trained practitioner is able to identify, quantify, and qualify the Qi patterns by observing our environment’s natural landforms and calculating the cycles of Qi using time-tested, sophisticated Feng Shui formula techniques.
These elements can be interpreted as the five phases of yin and yang interaction, each representing different phases or stages of Qi. Each element is believed to be the building block of everything physical on the planet, including life. They share three cycles of relationships: productive, weakening, and controlling. The study of the Five Elements forms the core of Chinese Metaphysics, and how they interact with each other can have varying degrees of influencing outcomes.
Heaven Luck refers to the innate talents you were born with – your destiny – as well as the things that you cannot change like your birth date, place of birth, and biological parents. BaZi chart reading is used to analyze one’s destiny code.
Man Luck refers to the actions you take to capitalize upon your potential and opportunities. Your virtues, beliefs, and education also form the basis of your Man Luck.
Earth Luck refers to Feng Shui. It is the influence of your external environment: where you choose to live and where you choose to work.
The Luo Shu is considered the foundation from which Feng Shui formulas are derived. The mathematical model incorporates the factors of time and direction. Luo Shu numbers are said to represent the ever-changing dynamics of Qi, and therefore, numerically depict the flow (or path) of Qi in the living environment over a period of time.