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Feng Shui in Today's environment

What we don't know about life covers a lot more territory than what we do know. The world of architect and building design has changed drastically over the past decades due to the advances in technology, computer-aided software and significant advances in new energy. We have just begun to make consequences of all this, identifying some building as unsuitable. Yet, it is still the tip of the iceberg or the ocean's edge when we are more aware of the impact of the environment and us. We could not so readily measure energy or qi known in feng shui.

Design that respects life and incorporates nature's elements is a lot more than pleasing to the eye. Feng shui can describe a living structure that could feel the same way homemade bread smells: warm, delicious and comforting. But, of course, the designers of the future could not turn away from technology. But will need the soft touches of the feng shui to build a stimulating environment sensitive to the people who inhabit them.

Understanding energy flow, nature's forces, and even our health will become far more critical to our happiness than fashion trends and other materialistic substances. What underlies every space is the living energy all of us feel.

The feng shui that the Chinese believed in is more than just wind and water from an ancient culture a few thousand years ago. But the creation of living spaces like clear air, efficient use of natural resources, and endless drinking water sources. Feng shui provides a mean to harmonise opposites and build a better future.

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At my practice, I use Ba Zi and Feng Shui to provide my clients with a comprehensive assessment of their lives. I take into account the unique energies of a person’s home and surroundings, as well as the energies of the environment and the person’s own destiny. With these insights, I am able to offer my clients assistance to help them reach their goals, and improve their lives.

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