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What do we know about Feng Shui?

Many things in life, they did not withstand the test of time and eventually just fade away and be forgotten. It is quite a phenomenon that Feng Shui, this mysterious three thousands year old ancient art from China is actually booming like wild fire spreading all over the world!

We are now at the age that we could use many new scientific technologies to solve many problems or to enhance our life; Taking beauty treatments for example: We can easily make rejuvenation and reshaping the appearance of the face and body or changing one’s sex, etc. In the meantime, there is not a technology available as yet, to enable us to erase our bad luck by just taking a pill or two as if we were to erase the darkening age marks on our face!  There is still a big void in modern science that could afford us the ability to change our destiny.

We all want to know, protect and enhance our own destiny; therefore, many people look to Feng Shui for the answers. Through time, research, witnessing experience and comparing results, our ancestors slowly have gathered information and discovered that our destiny have patterns and paths that we can follow and there are ways that we could alter and manipulate the outcomes.

In observation, they noticed that the occupants that have moved into a certain house on certain street have done well and became wealthy; and this happened consistently to the various new occupants in secession.  On the contrary; another certain house, it has repeatedly produced bad outcomes for different new residents! Why?

Their experience told them that the main key to Feng Shui is the house. If the house is good, good things will happen to the occupants and the same for the bad house, bad things will follow the occupants.

After a long period of time, these ancient observers documented and organized their discoveries, facts and experience in a system that would explain these events and happenings – and, that was how Feng Shui began.

With the advent of Feng Shui knowledge has become very accessible to the general public; sadly, it also has brought on some negative effects. This is mainly due to unreasonable over exaggeration and or irresponsible practice of Feng Shui from the people who have not been properly trained by a credible Classic Feng Shui master or those do not possess the firm knowledge foundation of traditional Classical Feng Shui. Moreover, this also has created further confusion between authentic Classical Chinese Feng Shui and modern “Pop” Feng Shui to the Feng Shui enthusiasts and sceptics alike.

Feng Shui is not a super drug, it cannot revive the dead and it possesses no mystical power! However, its main function is its ability to “Influence”.

In order to change our destiny or to become successful and rich in life, besides from helping ourselves by being ambitious and hard working; we need good luck. With the influence of good Feng Shui, we can have a better understanding about “Time and Place” in order for us to take control and taking chances.  Ultimately, we create our own luck.

The practice of Classical Chinese Feng Shui is to fine-tune the best possible directions, locations and timings for each individual in the household or for each of the team members in the office for better health, wealth and marital bliss. We plot the house with strict Feng Shui formulae and rules in order to escalating the positive prosperous environment of the house and its vicinity, likewise, we make adjustments to avoid the happening of bad outcomes. Most importantly, it aims to enhance the good and avoid the bad things in our environment!


Mimi Moorhouse
20 December, 2005
Bali
曾 美 薇   乙酉年冬



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