Traditional Feng Shui The Energy to Feed the Building
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1M ago
An analogy of feeding the human body and a building. The human body requires food. A building is the same; it requires Energy (or Qi) for the well-being of the people within the building. Many people think that Feng Shui is a formula or that the information can be applied from a book. They have been led to believe it is a static system.   The subject is more complex than that. It is a dynamic system, just like the human body. Every property is analogous to a human body; it has to be fed with the right “nutrients” so that the people in the property will do well. The proper nutrients, in th ..read more
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Feng Shui Answers – People Also Ask:
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1M ago
These are 68 Feng Shui Answers to Questions posed by People also Ask on Google:   About Feng Shui Definition of Feng Shui Effective Feng Shui What are the Basics of Feng Shui? An explanation of Feng Shui   Benefits: What has the practise of Feng Shui accomplished? 38 Benefits of Feng Shui What is the Single Most Effective Feng Shui tip that you would Recommend?   Origins Where is Feng Shui from? What is Chinese Feng Shui? Is Feng Shui true? Feng Shui History The Origins of Feng Shui Feng Shui Practice: Past and Present. What is the Rationale behind Feng Shui in China?   Beg ..read more
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Feng Shui Media
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1M ago
I am devoting this Feng Shui Media page to the various videos I have been involved with. I am unable to source the videos that I have made with the BBC and Reuters. The Reuters video was a Feng Shui analysis of the Canary Wharf site. Pity, however, we must move on. Feng Shui Society Presentations: Winds of Change / The Feng Shui Society Conference 18th May 2013, London UK Traditional Feng Shui Decoded / Feng Shui Society Conference 6th July 2017, London, UK Other Youtube videos Michael Oon looks at some Shopping Areas in Guildford using Feng Shui ..read more
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8 Controversies of the Eight Mansions Feng Shui Formula Explained.
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1M ago
Introduction: Eight Mansions Feng Shui formula was first published in English by Lillian Too in the 1990s in her book "Applied Feng Shui – Pa-Kua and Lo Shu". Master Yap Cheng Hai co-authored the book based on an 18th Century text that he used in his feng shui practice. This book is from Master Yap's handwritten treatise. A hand-copied text from a volume written initially during the Chien Lin period (1711-1799) of the Qing Dynasty by a Feng Shui practitioner in Southern China. The Eight Mansions Feng Shui Formula is now "the go-to formula" for Feng Shui practitioners and enthusiasts in th ..read more
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8 Essential and Unknown Facts of the Feng Shui Compass and Luo Pan.   
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1M ago
The Feng Shui Compass is more than two thousand years old. When the Chinese "invented" the compass, it was for feng shui and not for navigation. This reflects the Chinese mindset – improving the living area for the benefit of people, not navigation of the land and the seas.   The model of the South Pointing Chariot at the Science Museum in London. A two-wheeled vehicle that carries a movable pointer to indicate South. The chariot was first reported in the reign of the Duke of Zhou (1042-1035 BC). This video demonstrates the model of this chariot working. The pointing arm is always pointin ..read more
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Improve the Feng Shui of your Bathroom in 20 Effective Steps
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1M ago
Bathrooms are essential to our modern lifestyle, convenience and standards of hygiene. This article is about improving the Feng Shui of your Bathroom. A Modern Bathroom   Introduction: All modern properties have bathrooms. Some new properties have more bathrooms than bedrooms or more bathrooms than people living on the property. The number of bathrooms has become very important in selling any property. We want to clean our bodies and refresh ourselves for the start of the day. Also, prepare ourselves for bedtime. However, it is hard to imagine that bathrooms were only built within the pro ..read more
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Does the Singapore Government use Feng Shui - A Critical Analysis of 9 Infrastructure Projects?
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1M ago
Much has been written about Singapore and Feng Shui. They have been about the redesign of the city centre after independence in 1965 and the minting of the octagonal Singapore Dollar coin before the digging of tunnels for Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). There are other articles on the feng shui of private enterprises like Marina Bay Sands, Grand Hyatt Hotel and The NTUC building with their fountain of wealth.   Marina Bay and surrounding developments – Marina Bay Sands, Financial Centre etc   Introduction: The focus of this article is on the Feng Shui carried out by the Singapore ..read more
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Improve The Feng Shui Of Your Entrance Hall in 16 Effective Steps
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1M ago
The Entrance Hall is the most significant room on the property. This article is about the 16 practical and effective steps to improve the Feng Shui of your Entrance Hall. The benefit for the residents is to see their quality of life improve resulting from the application of Feng Shui. A welcoming Entrance Hall not only gives an excellent first impression to visitors and also a lasting impression. The Entrance Hall is essentially a microcosm of the property and the people who reside there. A simple layout of the Entrance Hall - Front Door, small table and a mirror It is always worth spending ti ..read more
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Other Related Matters
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1M ago
I am building an authoritative knowledge hub on Other Related Matters     Feng Shui Of The New Singapore Parliament - 12 Powerful Points Of Critical Analyses A Feng Shui Consultancy Group raised the issue that, the main Singapore Government buildings in the most prosperous part of Singapore (the Central Business District), the buildings faced sea with the "mountain" of Fort Canning Hill at the back.   Whereas the new Singapore Parliament faced the opposite direction and had its back to the sea and faced the mountain. They asked, "does Parliament House really possess no&nbs ..read more
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Feng Shui Topics
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1M ago
I am building an authoritative knowledge hub of Feng Shui Topics     The Main Door in Feng Shui - 6 Important Factors to Consider. The front or main door in Feng Shui is the most important consideration. It is not only the interface between the exterior environment and the interior of the house. There are several essential factors. Feng Shui, like all Chinese Metaphysics, is about Energy (Qi). In general, the more significant the energy, the better the benefits for the residents on the property. Naturally, the better the quality, the greater the benefit. We use the analogy of the hu ..read more
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