Classical Feng Shui for Contemporary Living
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by Master Janene Laird
1M ago
As our population demographic shifts towards an urban environment, the need for high density family homes continues to grow.  Hence the design and integration of external communal leisure areas with internal private living spaces is even more important in order to create a residential oasis that not only enhances human health and harmony, but stimulates the wealth and career potential of its occupants. In this article I examine a townhouse development near Upper Thomson Dam in Singapore which combines the ancient schools of Landform, Compass and Flying Star Feng Shui into a modern, 21st c ..read more
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Shen Sha 12 Zodiac Forecast
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by Master Anna Zarasyan
3M ago
The Wood Dragon Year Jia Chen started on February 10, 2024, and will continue until January 28, 2025. This year marks the beginning of a new 10-year cycle, bringing opportunities for growth, change, and transformation. The Dragon zodiac has a special significance in Chinese culture. Symbolically, it represents luck, power, and success. People born in the Dragon years (1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, and 2024) may share these qualities. Contrary to popular belief, the Dragon Qi may present certain challenges to those who were born in the Dragon years. This is especially true for peopl ..read more
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Update your Flying Stars for Period 9
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by Navaneeta Das
3M ago
Period 9 (九运, Jiu Yun) – In classical Feng Shui there are three cycles and nine periods (each period is 20 years); and from February 4th, 2024, we have moved from Period 8 to Period 9. The 9 star becomes the prosperous star, so therefore Palaces with the 9 mountain or water star will promote beneficial energies to occupants. But there is an even bigger change than simply the 9 becoming the luckiest star. 9 in other periods magnifies other stars; but in Period 9 it comes to its own. E.g., In period 8, a palace that had 7 (as Mountain Star) and 9 (as Water Star), would not have been a very nice ..read more
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How do you match years with hexagrams?
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by GM Dr. Stephen Skinner
6M ago
Nowadays some importance is attached to the hexagram of the year, associated with the thought that this hexagram might be able to foretell the most important worldwide events of the year it is associated with. However this is a rather simplified version of an association that goes back to the Yuan dynasty (1271 to 1368). In all there are at least 4 hexagrams associated with each year, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. On the face of it there is no obvious connection between a year and a hexagram. To discover it we need to go back to first principles. The ancient Chinese used a 60-year cycl ..read more
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International Feng Shui Convention 2022 – Singapore
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by Editor
8M ago
The 18th annual  International Feng Shui Convention (IFSC) was recently held in Singapore.  The theme for this year was Chinese Metaphysics & The Metaverse FSML was there for this 2 day event and we were on hand to capture some of the highlights for our readers The auspicious 18th International Feng Shui Convention (IFSC) has adopted the theme of “Chinese Metaphysics & the Metaverse”, which presents a timely opportunity for Feng Shui communities to explore the growing importance of social media connection, the increasing integration between virtual and physical spaces, and th ..read more
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Practitioner’s Luo Pan User Guide
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by Editor
1y ago
Now for the first-time, steps to align and read each of the 11 Rings of a San Yuan Luo Pan in detail. Based on Grand Master Joseph Yu’s Design. In addition to the Academica section, there is a fiction based on real case study.  You get to follow along with the fictious Mr. Jinn (the client) as he hires a Feng Shui Master. (Master Gay Lee) The story centers on suggesting ways of using the rings of the Luo Pan for each phase of a typical consultation. Ranging from site selection in the macro realm to placing the furniture at the micro stage. Handy Ring references are made throughout the s ..read more
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Climate Change and the Qi Connection
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by Master Gayle Smith
1y ago
Today, we are living in an uncertain time, referred to as “Climate Change”.  Scientists say the problem is due to too much carbon dioxide in our atmosphere.  However carbon dioxide is part of the natural cycle, expanding and contracting as the Earth ‘breathes’ seasonally, and not the demon that climate change theorists sometimes characterise it to be. The use of fossil fuel is one culprit, but according to modern soil scientists, they are switching the bulk of the blame to unsustainable agricultural practices.  Carbon dioxide monitors show that it is during spring months, p ..read more
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The Water of Life
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by Editor
1y ago
Water is essential to life and is one of the 5 Chinese Elements. It is also the second part of the term feng shui, which means ‘wind and water’. As such it is very important in feng shui practice In a natural setting in a temperate climate you don’t have to look far to find water. Water falls from Heaven as one of the five so called ‘weather ch’i’, in the form of fog, rain, snow, hail or frost. Sometimes wind, heat, cold and sunshine are included in this list. The weather ch’i bring with them some of the properties of Heaven (or t’ien in Chinese) as they fall on the Earth (or ti in Chinese). W ..read more
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The Chinese art of Tai Ch’i Chuan – more than meets the eye
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by Editor
1y ago
We are all familiar with the classic images of tai ch’i chuan being practised in Chinese parks but, integral with these slow, graceful movements lies a method of self-defence that is beneficial for mind, body and spirit It has been said that Chinese philosophy can be likened to a tree: you pick a leaf, it connects to a branch which connects to a trunk and roots which spread through the earth to other trees and on and on. This interconnection can be seen between the principles of feng shui, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and the ancient Chinese art of tai ch’i which are all rooted in the F ..read more
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Annual Flying Stars and their distribution in The Year of the Water Rabbit 2023
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by Master Tina Curro
1y ago
Flying Stars Feng Shui is made up of energy layers or Chi (energy) and each layer comes with its own distribution of this Chi based on direction, time and space. Every home and business has its own Energy Map or Horoscope based on the year it was built, the direction it faces and the current time period. The yearly visiting energy and how it interacts with the original Energy Map or Horoscope of every home and business are then blended together. The energy distribution of the yearly visiting stars for 2023 are below. Yearly visiting stars for 2023 This year’s timely stars are in the South (8 ..read more
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