What is Feng Shui?

What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui is most commonly pronounced Fung Shway, Fung Shoy or Fung Soy (depending upon which part of Asia you come from). The literal meaning is “Wind Water”.

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement and arrangement of space to bring happiness, success and harmony into a person’s life. For a place to have “good feng shui” it is said to be in harmony with nature. Competent Feng Shui practitioners are able to psychologically profile a site and inform the client as to what is going in various aspects of their life without any input from the client. As such, they require a solid practical and theoretical training in the traditional schools of Feng Shui including Form School, Compass School and the Flying Star School as well as a good working knowledge on the most ancient of all Feng Shui schools – geomancy.

Feng Shui is founded upon the principles of manifestation. The underlying belief is that of all the millions of dwellings in the world, you are living in the right place at the right time to reflect your life. Through the principles of Form, Compass and Flying Star school Feng Shui, students begin to unravel how their home and workplace reflects their life. Numerous case studies and field trips enable students to consolidate the information in the course. Students are encouraged to test everything they learn in order to experience first hand, how it works. Only by addressing these issues and manifesting abundance in their own life, are students able to help their own clients and establish a successful career in the field.

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