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The History of Feng Shui

The organized body of knowledge “feng shui” has been practiced since the Tang Dynasty, where there has been found early recordings about the employment of feng shui masters in selecting auspicious building sites, as well as feng shui texts being required for imperial exams (court of Emperor Hi Tsang, 888 A.D.)

Now that feng shui is becoming more and more popular around the world and in countries far away from China or Chinese influence, it is worth looking at its history to see how feng shui started and why feng shui is bringing such powerful results to many people when properly applied.

One of the famous feng shui names recorded in its history is that of Master Yang Yun Sang, who left a legacy of many classical feng shui texts and is considered the founder of the landscape school of feng shui.

Throughout his writing and teaching, Master Yang emphasized the importance of selecting an auspicious building site that has dragon's energy, or dragon's breath, hence the careful examination of the shape of land formations - mountains, hills, valleys, as well as water formations. The vital energy, or Chi, contained in specific earth locations was described as finding the dragon and its lair, and natural formations symbolic of animal shapes and energies, such as green dragon, white tiger, etc.

Three texts form the Master Yang's contribution to the foundations of feng shui, particularly the Form, or Landscape School of Feng Shui:
• Han Lung Ching (The Art of Rousing the Dragon)
• Ching Hang Ao Chih ( Methods of Locating the Dragon's Lair)
• I Lung Ching (Canons Approximating Dragons)

Almost a hundred years later, another feng shui school of thought - the Compass Feng Shui School - gained strength and popularity. The main influence in this feng shui school was a Feng Shui Master by the name Wang Chih who developed his teachings during the Song Dynasty.

The Compass Feng Shui School calculations are based on compass directions and the I-Ching trigrams arranged in the octagonal symbol of the BaGua.

Other feng shui theories employed by the Compass Feng Shui School of Thought are the Yin-Yang Theory, The Theory of Five Elements, the Lo-Shu Square, and other. The time dimension was first introduced by the Compass School Practitioners, thus calculations can be done to define the timing for the best energies in specific places.

The concept of the Kua number was introduced as a way to calculate the directions of most auspicious energies based on the client's date of birth.

In the late nineteenth century, after a significant period of existence as two separate schools, the two feng shui schools of thought - the Landscape, or Form Feng Shui School, and the Compass Feng Shui School - merged, thus providing for a body of knowledge of unique depth and wisdom in reading the environmental energy patterns.

 

 

 

Home Feng Shui Tips....

Master the basic Feng Shui steps for good Feng Shui energy in your home. Find out easy clutter clearing Feng Shui ideas, define the Bagua, play with the five Feng Shui elements and apply easy tips and cures.

 

Have a house to sell or looking to buy a new one? I hope you know feng shui can help you.

Feng shui house sale tips can be used with much success to help you achieve your real estate goals. If you plan to sell your house, or have been trying to sell your house for a while now, there are some easy feng shui tips to get the energy moving.

Be aware of the feng shui triangle when selling a house: the kitchen, the bathroom and the bedroom. Buyers need to know they will sleep well, eat well, and unwind well if they choose to buy your home. Use feng shui to treat their imagination.
 

 

By mentally changing your approach and having realistic goals, with the help of feng shui you can actually start living clutter free quite soon.


The feng shui effect of clutter on your health, your energy levels and the overall quality of your life is obvious - clutter drains your energy and dampens your very best intentions.

Even though we all agree about the feng shui effects of clutter, starting to clear your clutter is never easy.

One look at the stuffed bedroom closets or the piled up bookcases in your home office is enough to make you urgently find something very important to do.
 

 

Be sure your bedroom is feng shui-friendly and open for a strong flow of love. For best feng shui flow of love energy, treat both sides of the bed equally.

Are you looking to attract a love partner?

Or, maybe you are in a love relationship that needs a bit of help? Feng Shui has a variety of love tips, or tips for using feng shui to find (and keep!) a joyful love relationship.
 

 

Feng Shui Symbols

Feng Shui Symbols have a rich, culturally specific history and meaning. Most of us are familiar with the look of many feng shui items such as Chinese coins tied in a string, three legged toads, and arrowana fish, etc.

What is important to understand is that, in order for feng shui to work, you do not necessarily have to apply traditional Chinese feng shui symbols. You have to apply culturally specific symbols that resonate with you. Applying feng shui correctly does not imply you have to apply the culturally specific feng shui items that you may not understand or resonate with.

The reason the symbolic level of feng shui works is because of the energy specific symbols they bring into one's environment, as well as their connection with the subconscious level of your mind. The stronger your connection with these symbols, i.e. the more you like them, the more powerful they become for you.

Some of the most popular Chinese feng shui symbols are:

Love & Marriage Feng Shui Symbols

• Dragon and Phoenix
• Mandarin Ducks
• The Double Happiness Sign
• Peony Flowers


Wealth Feng Shui Symbols

• Gold Arrowana or Koi Fish
• Chinese Coins
• The Three Legged Toad
• Golden Ingots
• Sailing Ship


Good Fortune Feng Shui Symbols

• Chi Lin, the Dragon Horse
• Golden Cicada
• The Red Bat


Health & Longevity Feng Shui Symbols

• Sau, the God of Longevity
• Lucky Bamboo
• Wu-Lou, Gourd

These Symbols were used for centuries in feng shui applications because of the power of them and their associations, and the energy certain items embody. If a certain feng shui symbol does not resonate with you, feel free to choose one that works for you, expresses the same energy, and is from the culture you grew up in.
 

 

When it comes to retail, the correct application of feng shui can bring quick and immediate results. A better feng shui energy in retail will contribute to more customers, more sales and a better mood for the people who work in the store.

Shopping is all about an emotional experience - we buy things to make us and our loved ones feel better, in other words, we are shopping for an experience, not just a particular item. By applying retail feng shui basics the vibrant energy in your store will take care of that special experience customers are looking for!

By now you know that good feng shui does not mean decorating with oriental looking items. Good feng shui means creating energy that feels good, looks good and works for the purpose of a given space.

It does not matter if your retail customers know about feng shui or not; on a subconscious level we are all attuned to the feng shui energy movement and react to it accordingly.
 

 

Are you thinking of renovating or remodeling your home?

If you do, I strongly suggest you look into feng shui for remodeling and renovating and take some time to assure the success of your renovation by applying feng shui principles. Think how this renovation will change the flow of energy in your home and employ feng shui to achieve the best results for you and your family.

 

Once you have the basic feng shui health priorities taken care of, you can start applying specific feng shui cures, such as having lush green plants (Wood feng shui element) or a water feature (Water feng shui element) in the East area

Feng Shui for health is one of the first steps to consider when looking to apply feng shui in your home. No matter your health is slightly out of balance, or you have been going through health complications for a while now, feng shui can help increase your energy levels and stay healthy.

Applying feng shui for health tips should always be done by priorities, as you need to create a good foundation for more advanced feng shui cures to really work. If you skip the basic feng shui health steps, you might as well not bother with deeper feng shui levels.

Just like applying the best quality make-up will not help the skin look healthy long term (if the skin is not cleansed and taken care of properly on a daily level), the same applies to more complex health feng shui cures. To create a good feng shui foundation for a healthy home, you have to start with feng shui health basics.

Ready for the basic feng shui steps for good health?
 

 

Feng shui wealth:

Did you know that many Asian millionaires do not sell the homes where they lived while accumulating wealth? Knowing the feng shui power of the space, they keep them for wealth luck.


Good feng shui, affirmed old masters, does not bring you wealth if you do not strive for it, but it gives you the necessary support to seek your wealth and fortune.

It helps you use feng shui to create an environment, both at home and in the office, that will strengthen you and attract the feng shui energies of wealth.