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One minute Feng Shui
- Feng Shui (Wind風and Water水)
「 氣 乘 風 則 散 ， 界 水 則 止 」. In English, this sentence
literally means, “Energy is dispersed by wind while stagnated by water,” which
implies the relationship of energy, air, and water. From this relationship is
derived the study of Ham Yu, or today’s popular term, Feng Shui. This study can
be divided into two parts: landforms and energy. Feng Shui is based on the
physical environment to bring balance and harmony to your life and family. We
often use many Feng Shui principles subconsciously, or without being aware of
Take a minute to ponder these topics to ensure you understand the powerful meaning behind them. In the process, you will probably recognize that these ancient wisdoms are more common sense than superstition.
- Part 1: Topography (space or hardware)
This is the study of landforms, environment and human interactions. All visible structures that can be seen by our naked eye, including houses, mountains, roads, bridges, terrains and waterways, are the core study of this part. Certain guidelines and rules determine the good and bad aspects of these visible structures, but in space only; this part will not consider time. In other words, this is the study of a structure’s direction, shape and form. Doors, windows, washrooms, pantries, kitchens and bedrooms all fall into this category. Take a minute to look for the visible structures around you. It is not hard to do, right?
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