Feng Shui is the art and science of mindfulness within living spaces. The purpose is to create a more peaceful, harmonious, and fulfilling life by choosing specific placements of rooms, furnishings, and other elements. The best way to implement Feng Shui into your personal space is by drawing out a floor plan and using spatial arrangement and orientation to optimize the home for energy flow.
Whether you’re buying, building, selling or renovating a home, you’re likely to come across the floor plans at some point along the way. These 2-dimensional drawings depict the layout of an entire floor, allowing you to visualize the space before seeing it in person. You’ll learn more about both the functionality and the Feng Shui of a home, but to get the most out of these blueprints, you have to know how to read them.
Did you know that an accurate floor plan is a must for traditional schools of Feng Shui? In this article, Dean examines various plans available and how they are used in Feng Shui.
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.