Feng Shui


Introduction to Feng Shui

In Chinese the words Feng Shui literally means Wind and Water.The Chinese have long observed that some surroundings are better then others, and for centuries they have used geomancy to improve the quality of life.

Today, Feng Shui has evolved into a refined art used to enhance luck and well-being through the modifications of layout and orientation of work-places and homes and is gaining popularity in the West.

The aim of Feng Shui is a complete harmony and a deep sensitivity with the natural order. Many aspects of Feng Shui are based on intuition and commonsense.

What does the site tries to do?

The site create awareness, overall appreciation and understanding of Feng Shui Concepts and Theories. Strong emphasis on the understanding of Applied Feng Shui Practises .

The Objectives:

1. Review and interpret classical research materials on Feng Shui.

2. Make Feng Shui theories, concepts and templates easily available to the public. For example by merging technology with Feng Shui.

3. Award webmasters that has made a significant contribution to the Art and Science of Traditional Feng Shui.

Basic difference between Geomancy and Feng Shui:

Many Feng Shui Practioners include the word Geomancy in their company name instead of Feng Shui. For example: ABC Geomancy Consultancy, I Ching Geomancy Center, Modern Geomancy Services etc... .The main reason is because these Practioners offers services such as choosing a name for a newborn, change of name, mapping a person's Heaven Chart using Pillars of Destiny, Face, Palm reading and more other than Feng Shui. You can say that a Geomancer " serves his client from the day they were born to the day when they die ".