Jen Stone

It may sound mystical, but there are no magic tricks to applying Feng Shui. It is solely based on the energy flow of the space, the time, and the residences occupying the space, as well as the energy in the environment to pursue your goals, whether that is in purchasing, selling, renovating or constructing a new property.

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.

There are so many to choose from, but here’s one that screams results! I recently listed our “Feng Shui” home for sale. I utilized the Date Selection method to determine the best date to list the house for sale. Within three days of listing it on the market, we had seven viable offers, went in escrow on the fourth day, and closed within 30 days.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, I grew up surrounded by the art of Feng Shui. I was always fascinated by the Tao philosophy, the ancient concepts and practices of Chinese Metaphysics, the science behind quantum physics and energy, as well as the architectural designs of homes and interior spaces. Combining my love for all of that and working with people, I decided to dedicate my life’s work to teaching, sharing, and promoting Feng Shui.
I strongly believe that one must receive adequate training to practice and teach this ancient wisdom accurately and responsibly. I consider myself incredibly blessed to have studied under some of the greatest teachers of our generation. I received my training and certifications at the Western School of Feng Shui in California, Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics in Malaysia, and The Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui and Destiny in Hong Kong. Click here to meet my teachers.
It started out as a part-time gig when I wanted to explore working outside of the corporate setting. In the beginning, I worked primarily with friends and family, but soon I discovered my real estate exposure was just the beginning of a career that would build to my work in Feng Shui.

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.

I was trained in both classical and contemporary Feng Shui. And since I began my practice, I realized there are many different systems of Feng Shui. While it is important to offer a type of service that is generally viewed as more “popular,” or contemporary, it is equally – if not more –important to understand the classical roots and foundations of this 6,000 year old practice. With my background, I believe it makes me a well-rounded practitioner and I am able to merge the benefits from both and offer my clients choices.
Personally, when I am seeking the service of others, I am not only looking at their experience and credentials, but I am also assessing my chemistry with them. With my work in Feng Shui and real estate, I know it is a very personal and intimate experience to share with someone. Trust and communication are among some of the key aspects to establishing a successful working relationship. Everything that I teach, I have done it myself. I share the same frustrations and challenges as you, and I also share the same wants and aspirations in life. Not only will I bring my experience and knowledge to apply Feng Shui responsibly, but you can trust that I am here to help you succeed.
Absolutely! Click here to review some testimonials from my clients. Personal references are available upon request.
After releasing my first book, The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts, I’m happy to announce I’m working on my second book! I’m co-authoring a BaZi book with my teacher, Grand Master Raymond Lo. We hope to share this amazing knowledge by how we can integrate it with our daily life. It will be released in 2015. Stay tuned!


ANYTIME! And there are a lot of times in your life when it may be especially beneficial.

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.

To learn more about specific Feng Shui events and situations, click here.

Yes. Although both systems focus on the study of Qi flow, Classical Feng Shui offers a deeper and more in depth analysis of your space and environment by taking into consideration the external landforms, your house and personal birth charts, as well as mapping a precise calculation of Qi flow within your space. Visit our “Services” pages to learn more about the two systems.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, contact Feng Shui by Jen®. Depending on the service you are requesting, we may ask you to provide certain information such as your birth date, the property’s construction date, your physical move-in date, a copy of the property’s blueprint or floor plan, and other relevant information. We’ll give you specific instructions when your appointment is confirmed. And of course, we’ll keep everything 100% confidential.
While there is a base fee for each service type, we determine fees on a case-by-case basis. Every client is unique, and no two properties and constructions are alike. I take into consideration your personal needs and goals, the total surface space of your property, and what challenges and concerns we’ll need to address.
Yes. Feng Shui by Jen® offers individual services that can be purchased separately. For example, you can purchase a BaZi chart reading alone without a Feng Shui assessment. BaZi is a sophisticated system of Chinese Metaphysics and is often used in tandem with Classical Feng Shui. Click here to learn more about BaZi.
Yes, we can do most services remotely. To learn more, click here.
It depends on the service. Most consultations for a typical single-family house with less than 2,500 sq. ft. will take approximately two hours. A full BaZi reading is 60 minutes. A Classical Feng Shui physical site visit lasts between one to two hours, but the full written report can take up to five business days.
Yes! The gift of Feng Shui is unique and long lasting. A consultation makes a wonderful birthday/wedding/anniversary/holiday gifts to friends, family members, and loved ones. They also make great gifts for new home owners and people on the market to buy or sell real estate. Contact us if you are interested in purchasing a gift certificate.
All payments are due when service is rendered. I currently accept two forms of payments: personal check or on PayPal.
I am committed to your success! You can contact me if you have any follow-up questions or concerns at no charge. Additional fees may apply if I am required to return to the property.
Absolutely! I recognize and appreciate that being invited to your space is an honor and a privilege. All your personal information is kept in the strictest confidence with respect for your privacy.


My Feng Shui workshops are typically really casual. We cover a lot of topics related to the history and applications of Feng Shui, and the outline includes a healthy and equal mix of lecture, practical exercises, and interactive dialogue sessions. Participants will receive hardcopy handouts that include many reference materials and pointers. I also offer a savings bonus to workshop participants when they sign up for a personal consultation.
I offer mostly beginner level sessions. Some are tailored to a specific topic, while others are tailored to a specific audience.
Usually at local yoga studios. However, as I continue to offer these sessions and expand on the materials, I am open to considering renting spaces and venues with other local business owners.
Traveling is one of my life’s passions! I recently had the opportunity to do a workshop in Key West, FL, and it was a lot of great fun. As I often travel around the states and the world, I am open to sharing the art of Feng Shui with people everywhere. If you are interested in organizing an event outside of Arizona, please contact me.
Currently, I am not set up to offer the sessions online. However, if I continue to receive interest, I may be offering this in the future. Stay tuned.
I find that many of my workshop students are inspired to learn more after attending the event. One of the best ways to link your newfound understanding is by applying the knowledge practically in your space. Since I offer a savings bonus to my workshop participants, I encourage you to take advantage of this offer and schedule a personal consultation.
Always! Click here to find out what’s new. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date on my schedule. To see past events, click here.

Concepts and Definitions

Feng Shui (pronounced “fung-shway”) is a 6,000-year-old practice originating from Ancient China. The name literally translates to wind-water. It is the study of Qi flow in our living environment and harnessing the positive Qi to support and influence our life’s endeavors. In order to achieve this, a well-trained practitioner studies the time, location, and residents occupying the property under assessment.
Although both systems focus on the study of Qi flow, there is a great difference between the two and their applications. Having studied both styles, I’m familiar with the advantages, disadvantages, and benefits of both.

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 (pronounced “chee”) is the Chinese word for energy. Qi is also known as life force, vital energy, prana, or breath. While we cannot see or touch Qi, we can see the manifestations of it around us. It flows through and around us like a current. It is an invisible, yet omnipresent force that binds all beings to the universe. Health and illness are defined by this life force; therefore, Qi is the force that brings life to all beings.

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.

Yin and Yang is the core backbone of Chinese Metaphysics. The Yin and Yang image symbolizes the exchange of energy – one is exerting, one is receiving. Don’t mistake the theory of opposites and complementary forces as two opposing forces clashing; rather, see them as two extremes uniting as one. It represents the dynamic polarity of our environment: dark-bright, hard-soft, sharp-round, female-male, tall-short, hot-cold, etc.concepts_yinYang
The Five Elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Each of the elements has its own unique qualities and can manifest in different forms – not necessarily its physical form.

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.concepts_5Elements

BaZi is the ancient Chinese Astrology used for destiny analysis. It is also considered a sophisticated art of Chinese fortune-telling based largely on the Chinese five-elements and its own variations of yin-yang. It is also often performed in tandem with Classical Feng Shui. Click here to learn more about BaZi.
Chinese Metaphysics can be broken down to five categories known as The Five Arts, and they are: Mountain, Divination, Destiny, Medicine, and Physiognomy. Feng Shui falls under physiognomy – the observation of appearance.
One of the core concepts of Chinese Metaphysics is the theory of the Cosmic Trinity. It is believed that there are three equal forces that influence one’s life (or one’s luck): Heaven, Man, and Earth. Each one is interconnected and exerting an equal amount of force.
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.

In the ancient times, it was said that a wise, old man took notice of the strange, dot-like markings on a tortoise near the River Lo in China. When the dots were transposed, the numbers all lined up to equal 15, in every direction. The phenomenal discovery became known as the Luo Shu.
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.concepts_luoShu
Luo Pan is the Feng Shui magnetic compass and is an important and required tool used in the practice of Classical Feng Shui.concepts_luoPanCompass
The Eight Mansions is one of the simplest methods in Classical Feng Shui. It emphasizes the factors of time, location, and direction in calculating Qi patterns for internal or interior spaces. According to this method, each and every house can be categorized according to one of the eight Feng Shui models; therefore, to match the right individual to the right or most suitable residence. This method is long-lasting, static, and long-term.
Flying Stars is one of the most well-known and widely-practiced methods of Classical Feng Shui. It is applied to assess the Feng Shui of a property’s interior. A Flying Star chart is pretty much like an astrological or natal birth chart of a property that indicates the building’s Feng Shui potential, weaknesses, and strengths. This method is quick, short-term, and dynamic.