As more westerners become familiar and interested in the Chinese arts and sciences, and as our marketplace changes, it is clear that feng shui is a practice that is now valued outside the Chinese community.
Authentic feng shui, also refer to as “traditional” or “classical” feng shui offers us a set of pragmatics that help us in selecting our homes, in the planning of neighbourhoods, development of land, and even in the locating of our business.
Let’s test your feng shui knowledge by answering the following:
You can activate the energy of a room by opening up a window to let fresh air in. a) True b) False
Feng shui is only one of the three factors in the concept of the cosmic trinity or benevolent luck. a) True b) False
Which of this instrument or tool is use by feng shui practitioners? a) Crystal b) Compass c) Bagua Map
Classical Feng Shui divides a home into ‘eight life stations’ of career, knowledge, family, wealth, fame, marriage, children and helpful people; and uses the five phases of fire, earth, metal, water and wood to activate its designated sector. a) True b) False
Feng shui focuses on client’s intention and ‘cures and remedies’ chosen are base on client’s own taste and decorating style. a) True b) False
Answers to the above in next week’s blog post. Stay tune!