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2009 Feng Shui

2. Feng shui Principles of the Front Door Now I am going to introduce some major Feng Shu principles and taboos for the front door. Principle 1: The front door is better located at the front left side so that the active energy (Yang Qi) controls it. This principle reveals the principle of Yin and […]

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In Feng Shui, the concept of Yin and Yang is very important.  The best Feng Shui living environment is an environment that has a perfect balance between Yin energy and Yang energy.  But do not think it is easy to achieve this balance.  Sometimes, Yin and Yang are even not easy to be defined.  For […]

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1. Door and the Concept of Yin and Yang The main portal is a critical factor in Chinese Feng Shui. It is considered to be the “mouth” of the dwelling. How important is it? In Feng Shui, the saying is “A house may be worth four taels (ounces), but it’s main portal must represent a […]

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In Feng Shui, There are some basic principles for fixing lacked corners.  We can use following simple methods to improve the Qi field at the lacked corners of a house: Feng Shui Ba Gua Corner:                           Fixing Methods: East                             Plant a tree if you can       (not  too close to house), Display […]

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One day in 2008, I received a phone call from a woman who wanted me to come to her home for a Feng Shui consultation.  On the phone, she briefly told me her family situation and the condition of her new house.  When she said her house is not a rectangular, and does not have […]

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A Courtyard Dewlling in Beijing, China Also ancient Chinese found out that the best living environment that produces a balanced Qi field is a rectangular environment, so standard classical Chinese constructions are all rectangular shapes. In fact, the Chinese have been living in rectangular constructions for thousands of years. One typical Chinese residential dwelling is […]

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Nine Gong Chart and Family Members

During a recession, we should do as much as possible to get rid of any negative energies existing in our daily life. In good economic times, people often ignore or override these negative energies because they feel so good. Happy feelings supply us with cheerful emotions that promote healthy circulation of Qi inside our bodies. […]

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Standing in the sky well, you may notice the center hall (main hall) doesn’t have a door.  Why the most important room of the house doesn’t install a door?  Well, of course, it is because of Feng Shui. The body of a residence in classical Chinese construction is supported by a framework of wooden beams.  […]

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4. Feng Shui of the Main Portal In autumn, the outside yard is still open to visitors, I suggest you stand in the outside courtyard and take a look at the positions of the yard door and the house door. What do you find? Two things, (1) the yard door is located at the left […]

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3. The Feng Shui Purpose of the “Sky Well” You may be curious as to why the Yin Yu Tang is called a “sky well” house.  The “sky well” is a variation on the courtyard of the Central-Courtyard Houses found in northern China.  Unlike the courtyard in the Central-Courtyard houses, the courtyard of “sky well’ […]

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