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What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui Compass

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What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui is basically regarding the environment and orientation of our daily life. The most popular periods were in Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618 to 907) and Song Dynasty (A.D. 960 to 1280). The well known Masters of the time were Young, Tsui, Lui and Lai.

Good Feng Shui:
Living in harmony and a comfortable environment with nature are classified as good Feng Shui. It is not superstition or magic but highly sophisticated calculations that were accumulated over years of experience in the past. It can help to reduce unfortunate impact or negative scenario and also helps to improve or enhance opportunity of fortune, health and comfort.

There is a Chinese saying:

'One Life, two Luck, three Feng Shui'.

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The accumulation of credits from previous life(s).


Coincides with the moment we are born and the changing star position year by year.


Harmony with nature, and is placed after Life and Luck.


Feng Shui is not the most important factor in life, but with the help of Feng Shui, we can uncover our potential prosperity and minimize unhappy circumstances.

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Feng Shui Compass (Lo Kan)

Feng Shui Master uses this type of complicated compass to check the orientation of the place.

From the Editor

As the Editor gathers, Feng Shui is not a straight simple subject that one can just merely study from books and by attending courses, then applying it to real practice. Traditional Chinese Feng Shui Master always emphasized: "Such gifted Feng Shui talent" is always related and carried over from their previous life(s). The major reason people seeking for Feng Shui advice is try to uncover the unforeseen fortune and minimize unhappy circumstances. Fees will have to be paid for such Feng Shui advice. One should not think of "getting rich" for being a Feng Shui Master and the majority of those fees earned should normally be donated to Charity. For those who abuse such profession to gain fame and fortune for self benefit will not enjoy the good life for long and probably will suffer the reverse consequences.

We would like to dedicate this section to Mr. K. K. Pang for his support for the past few years.

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