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Feng Shui Audit



Traditional/Classical Feng Shui


Traditional or Classical Feng Shui is the art of creating a balanced of environment. This practice of Feng Shui uses the five elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water to analyze the landscape and building to determine where the most favorable flow of Chi (energy) is located and how to produce new or enhance the existing Chi.  Traditional Feng Shui uses a Lo'pan (Chinese compass) that encloses accurate formulas and complex calculations which are used to correct or enhance the flow of Chi. To accomplish this task, it is imperative for the practitioner to understand the flow of wind and water and their interaction with land and buildings.


When to Use Feng Shui

Experiencing long periods of bad luck. 

Planning to build a property.

Purchasing an existing building, house or office. 

Planning to open a new business. 

Renting a house or apartment. 


Traditional Feng Shui analysis will tell you the best directions and locations to tap into based on your individual group and type of land as well as find a home or renting place that will adjust better with your own personal energy. 


As a Feng Shui practitioner, I will guide you through the process of seating the best flow of Chi in the most important areas of the building. I will advise you on the types of energy patterns which exist and are fixed in the property and may create problems. 


Following Traditional Feng Shui principles, I will provide you with the best dates and times to move and for renovations to take place.


What to look for when hiring a Feng Shui Practitioner 


A competent Feng Shui Practitioner should not only possess a thorough knowledge and understanding of Feng Shui, he/she must also be capable of understanding the surrounding psychic energies. You can understand all of the formulas of Feng Shui however, if you do not have the ability to tap into the energies of the place and person, the probability of your success will be minimized. Therefore, a competent Feng Shui practitioner requires a deep knowledge of energy work in addition to an understanding of the principles of Feng Shui. The most renowned Master of Feng Shui possess both knowledge of Feng Shui as well as the ability to tap into energies. Be aware of practitioners who use a lot of advertising to promote their work. A successful practitioner relies mostly on testimonials from successful clients as a method of advertising.  Do your homework. Check with the Better Business Bureau to confirm the integrity of the potential Feng Shui Practitioner that you may be resourcing.  Be aware of overnight teachers - there is a substantial difference between practical years of experience in the field versus theoretical teachers. 

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