Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese science that is still very relevant today. It governs the spatial arrangement and orientation of buildings and objects in relation to the environment and the flow of energy (chi) and whose favourable or unfavourable effects are taken into account when siting and designing buildings inside and out.
As a Feng Shui consultant trained in form, compass and flying stars Feng Shui, I know how to read the essential character of a building using Feng Shui and whether your home or business does or doesn't support your ability to make money, have good relationships or good health.
This ancient Feng Shui formula describes the energetic interplay between the 5 elements; fire, earth, metal, water and wood; and the 9 numbers of the Lo Shou Grid. This means the remedies needed to improve your financial situation, health, and relationships are based on the 5 elements, so, as an example, metal or wood objects may be recommended in a specific location.
The three main points to take into account when determining the Feng Shui of a building are;
A feng shui flying star chart is then drawn for the building and, as every building is different, every Feng Shui flying star chart is unique. There are over 200 possible number combinations, all describing unique energetic patterns that tell a story about your health, wealth, relationships, and much more. There is no 'one size fits all' quick fix. Once the energetic story has been revealed, the energies can then be adjusted, creating positive results.