If you own a home, you are much more able to achieve balanced Feng Shui. You can move things around, paint walls, and renovate accordingly. However, as a tenant, this might prove more complicated since you don’t have the same freedom to adjust your property the way you want.
Feng Shui has become a common household term as it continues to spread into a diaspora of different meanings and uses throughout all continents and cultures. But while more people worldwide know about it than ever, not everyone fully understands what Feng Shui is, its roots, and why it is practised.
Your bedroom is supposed to be a place of peace and tranquillity, but if the Feng Shui is not properly set up, it can cause stress, poor health and even fertility problems. In this article, Dean reviews the top ten Feng Shui bedroom tips that you find everywhere on the net.
Money is everywhere in the world. It’s in our bank accounts, under our beds, and in the pockets of every person we know. But what about money Feng Shui?
How do you work out which Feng Shui cure to use? This article will show you how to divide the types of cures into categories to help you decide what type of Feng Shui cure you need to use.
Xuan Kong Fei Xing, or the Flying Stars is one of the most popular mainstream schools of Feng Shui. In this article, you learn the basis of the school, how to ‘fly the stars’, and utilise concepts such as mountain and water in your Feng Shui.
TL;DR – Basically yes if you are going to study and use the Compass styles of Feng Shui. A well constructed Luo Pan compass will give you the best compass readings for Feng Shui purposes.
The Eight Mansions School of Feng Shui is one of the most popular. In this article you’ll learn the Four important areas, the Four good directions and the Four bad directions of Ba Zhai 8 Mansions Feng Shui.