Feng Shui

~ Of Wind and Water

Practitioners believe that rooms, buildings and all environments can be arranged and decorated in a way that maximizes the flow of Qi, resulting in improvements to health and happiness of those who live in that environment.

On this page, you will understand the basic principles of Feng Shui, the energy known as “Qi”, the principles of yin and yang, the negative effects of secret arrows, and the five phase theory of seasonal healing.

Learn more about the Feng Shui schools of thought. Find out how to use the bagua in your home or office. Discover how you can declutter your life, how to fix your Feng Shui problems and improve your health.  Learn how your Chinese horoscope can influence your life.

Feng Shui Cures

The Art of Placement

Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Shway) is the ancient Chinese “art of placement” used to enhance the flow of “vital life energy” known as Qi.  Practitioners believe that rooms, buildings and all environments can be arranged and decorated in a way that maximizes the flow of Qi, resulting in improvements to health and happiness of those who live in that environment. Although the translation of Feng Shui basically means”Wind and Water“, its scope and breathe are much deeper than this.

Feng Shui is an expression of the oneness and inter-connectivity of all things on all levels and all dimensions. This is a “key concept” in understanding how our essence relates to everything else around us, including our environment.  As we begin to sense this oneness, we then find that it is possible to gain insight from looking at our environment on a broader scale. It is often said that “Feng Shui teaches us what we already know”.

“Allow things in your life which make your heart sing, feed your soul or nourish you on a daily basis.”

Schools of Thought

The Art of Feng Shui is just that; an Art. You may have heard that there are several schools of thought in Feng Shui- the Form School, the Compass School and the Intuitve School. Yet another Feng Shui derivative, Blackhat sect is said to have originated in Tibet, is newer, and was introduced to the West by Professor Lin Yun.

Form School is a more traditional Chinese, older form of Feng Shui. This school of feng shui began in southern China. It is based on looking at and evaluating land forms, waterways and geography.

Black Sect Tantric Tibetan School, which has gained popularity in the United States, disregards compass directions. Instead, you stand at and use the entrance of the room, house or office as your main reference point. Then you place objects and other enhancements according to what you aspire to and wish to accomplish.

Both the Form school and the Black Sect are used extensively in the West, and both are good introductions to Feng Shui. The difference is that in Blackhat sect, the career area is centered on the wall that contains the main entrance, while Form school has the career area always in the North.

Compass School is the most predominate practice. The absence of geographical and geological features and the relative flat topography of northern China necessitated the development of the Compass School, which dominates throughout most of the world. This is the traditional, classical feng shui practice which uses either a Chinese (luo pan) or Western-style compass to determine the eight compass directions in a room, office or home.

This compass is used to determine the direction in which a building faces, and where the portents will fall based on that direction. Because those directions govern various aspects of your life, you place the corresponding colors, animal symbols, numbers and elements in the areas that you wish to activate.

The Book of I Ching

The ancient text, the I Ching, describes the one universal flow of nature’s energy. Feng Shui derives from the ancient Taoist tradition. The I Ching is the definitive text in which all Chinese Metaphysics is based. It includes a full range of techniques that include Chinese Astrology, compass methods, form methods and divining techniques. Feng Shui utilizes two Chinese astrological systems. These are called the Batzu – or “eight word” (also called “the four pillars”). And the Jyo Hsing – or “nine stars” (also called the “north star method” or “study of Qi”).

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“A place for everything and everything in its place”

“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.” ~ Buddha

The Bagua

In Feng Shui, a map called a Bagua is used to maximize the Qi or energy of a given environment. The map divides a room into 9 squares of equal size, with each grid corresponding to a specific “gift” in life, such as health, love, and knowledge. The various schools of thought in Feng Shui all use the bagua in one form or another. The bagua, generally an octagon or square divided into nine areas, which are sometimes referred to as “guas”, is superimposed over a floor plan of the building, room or property. Blackhat sect and Form school Feng Shui use essentially the same bagua.

The nine areas of the bagua are (clockwise, from the northern area) career, knowledge, family, wealth, fame, marriage, children, and helpful people. The ninth area is the center. Each area is associated with direction, elements, and I Ching trigram (the ancient system of Divination). In arranging a room, 9 areas are noted to be of special significance. The following table, which corresponds to the Baqua, illustrates the relationship of areas in a room (or home) in relation to the room’s Main Entrance. Imagine dividing your room (home, office) into the following 9 areas. We have highlighted the ideal items to enhance the movement of Qi within each location. They are as follows:

Career, Lifepath
Expressed as self and work
Represents meeting new work goals, changing jobs, improving business
Affects your life (path) journey
Direction — north
Elements — the color black, blue and water
I Ching trigram — K’an (This is the water trigram.)

Knowledge, Skills
Expressed as wisdom and harmony
Represents attending school or studying, encouraging self-growth and cultivating a peaceful life
Affects self awareness
Direction — northeast
Elements — the color blue (black and green may be substituted or used in addition to blue), and earth
Trigram — Ken ( or Gen. This is the mountain trigram.)

Expressed as family, health and community
Represents cultivating social life, strengthening family ties, improving health
Affects relationships within the family and your health
Direction — east
Elements — the color green, and wood
Trigram — Zhen (thunder trigram)

Wealth, Prosperity, Opportunity
Expressed as power and abundance
Represents generating cash flow, honoring money and increasing prosperity
Affects your fortune
Direction — southeast
Elements — the color purple (blue and red may be substituted or used in addition to purple), and wood
Trigram — Xun (or Sun, the wind trigram)

Fame, Reputation, Recognition
Expressed as future reputation
Represents increasing recognition, establishing reputation, becoming well known
Affects your reputation
Direction — south
Elements — red (orange can be a substitute) and fire
Trigram — Li (fire trigram)

Marriage, Relationship
Expressed as love and relationship
Represents attracting love, enhancing relationships, improving self esteem
Affects your relationship with your partner/self
Direction — southwest
Elements — pink (red and white may be substituted or used in addition to pink) and earth
Trigram — K’un (earth trigram)

Children, Creativity
Expressed as creativity, children, your life’s legacy
Represents unblocking creativity, starting new projects, connecting with children or your child-like mind
Affects your ability to complete things
Direction — west
Elements — white, grey and metal
Trigram — Dui (or Tui, the lake trigram)

Helpful People, Travel
Expressed as compassion, travel and helping others
Represents attracting clients or mentors, travel or relocating, strengthening your spirituality
Affects your support network
Direction — northwest
Elements — grey (white and black may be substituted or used in addition to grey) and metal
Trigram — Ch’ien (or Qian, the heaven trigram)

Expressed as balance and well being
Represents achieving balance, recovering from illness
Affects your balance within your entire home
Direction — the center
Elements — yellow, brown and earth
Trigram — none, but it is represented by the Tai Chi symbol which symbolizes balance, the ultimate goal of Feng Shui.

Once the bagua is superimposed over the floor plan, one can see what parts of the building, room or property lie in each area of the bagua. Feng Shui may be begun, using the colors and elements to correct deficiencies or an overabundance of an element.

Life Balance: Yin and Yang

Yin and yang are two words we frequently hear in connection with balance. Yin is generally thought of as being feminine, while yang is considered masculine, But there is much more to this. — Yin is also related to the earth, moon, darkness, shade, rest, space, west and north. Yang on the other hand is related to light, sun, brightness, heaven, time, south, east and left.

Why we NEED a balance of BOTH Yin Energy and Yang Energy ….


Qi (Vital Energy)

Qi (in China) Ki (in Japan), is often referred to as “life force”, or “energy” is that which flows through all things. Qi is containing, activating, transporting, protecting and warming. Qi is something that cannot be seen or recorded but yet, inevidably, is upon and within all things.  “Qi is the thread connecting all beings”. Qi is the common denominator of all things-from mineral to human. Qi is the fundamental quality of being and becoming.”1.

Qi is like the wind, a natural element and energy source that is constantly flowing all around us. We cannot see it, but we know it exists by the way it affects the physical around us. Qi is also like water, an energy source that can be governed to where it is needed and be more beneficial to our well-being.  Qi also cycles constantly from one phase to another. It is a cycle that, if broken or interrupted, will affect everything else that depends on the continuity of this cycle.

Secret Arrows

Also known as poison arrows or “sha” are sharp angles that focus a point of harmful energy. These arrows are usually projected out from sharp cornered furniture or interior walls. The areas or sites, which are damp, crowded, hollow, flat or have straight lines are objects, which project this “sha” or negative energy.

The edges of a neighbor’s roof, railway tracks, telephone lines all weaken Qi energy and create these secret arrows. Even nature creates her own poison arrows, such as rivers running straight and fast, sharp cliffs or vertical gaps in mountain ranges.

The general rule states: all organic curving lines in landscape including houses or objects, express flowing Qi. Whereas, straight, rectangular lines attract secret, poison arrows or “sha”.

Feng Shui “Cures”

Deficiencies are corrected by adding the needed element or by using its associated color. An overabundance of an element can be corrected by adding its controlling element, by lessening the element itself, or by using the associated colors. For example, if fire were overabundant in one room, then a water element could be added, thereby bringing fire back into balance. See The Five Phases below.

Everything is relative to each other. When using the bagua to determine the Feng Shui layout, start with a floor plan of the building and superimpose the bagua over it, as a whole; then apply the bagua to each individual room.

The most important thing to remember when using the bagua is to be consistent, using the same school of Feng Shui throughout the entire building.

Please see: Fix Your Feng Shui Problems below.

The Five Phases

Certain fundamentals of Chinese Medicine must be understood when working with one’s constitution. One such fundamental is the Five Phases (Elements) Theory, which states there are five interrelated elements:

fire, earth, metal, water and wood.

Each element has certain characteristics, emotional, interpersonal and physical manifestations. The following are the ways (or cycles) in which the elements of nature are interrelated.

These are the two balanced/physiological cycles:

“Sheng”-Generating/Nourishing (Creative) Cycle

In this cycle, one element generates/nourishes or creates the following element. The nourished element is also known as the child element. The nourishing element is known as the mother element. This is an important aspect of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The pattern is:

* Fire nourishes earth
* Earth nourishes metal
* Metal nourishes water
* Water nourishes wood
* Wood nourishes fire

“Ke”-Controlling/Overcoming (Destructive) Cycle

Even as each element nourishes another, it also controls an element. The controlling element is sometimes referred to as the grandmother element. This cycle is as follows:

* Fire controls metal
* Metal controls wood
* Wood controls earth
* Earth controls water
* Water controls fire

There are two out of balance/pathological cycles:

Overacting Cycle

The overacting cycle is much the same as the controlling cycle, but in the overacting cycle, one of two things has occurred: The controlled element has become weakened (deficient) to the point that the controlling element is now over powering it, or the controlling element has become so strong (excess) that it is suppressing the controlled element.

Insulting Cycle In this cycle, the controlled element has either become excess to point of rebelling against the controlling element, or the controlling element has become deficient to the point of being overpowered by the controlled element. This cycle is as follows:

* Metal insults fire
* Fire insults water
* Water insults earth
* Earth insults wood
* Wood insults metal

All the elements are mutually inhibit and at the same time mutually creative: wood creates fire, fire creates earth, earth creates metal, metal creates water, and water creates wood. Conversely, water inhibits fire, fire inhibits metal, metal inhibits wood, wood inhibits earth, and earth inhibits water.

Fix Your Feng Shui Problems

Below are many items which are used as “cures” for fixing problem areas in your home or office.  Choose an item to learn more about it.  Each item has a purpose and serves as either an element, color, pairing or number. They work as remedies to balance out the energy of each room.

Remember this rule: If an area or room  is deficient or lacks the proper energy, use an item to boost or correct this energy. If an area or room has an excess of bad energy or secret arrows, use an item to decrease or balance out this energy.

Decluttering Your Life

The best way to start bringing the principles of Feng Shui into your life, is to start by clearing out the clutter in your life.  Clutter blocks the free flow of Qi.  It blocks this energy both in your physical space and within your mental space.  Why are you so “foggy” lately?  Not able to get motivated?  Do you feel like you are “stuck”?  Look around you. Perhaps it is because you have piles of papers there or stacks of bills here.  Maybe your front door is blocked or your window are cloudy and dirty.  This not only effects our way we think, it effects the way we feel.  You can learn to take back the control in your life right now!

Feng Shui Room by Room

By using the bagua map (above) to get an overview of your home, line the bottom of the square map with the entrance to your front door (as if you were standing at your front door looking in with the map in front of you.  Your front door will line up with either the Skills and Knowledge, Career or Helpful People & Travel areas.  Pay attention to the color, shape, number and element that should dominate each area.  For instance, in the relationship area, their should be 2 items in your room or a pairing of items. Use the colors of pink, red or white in this room. Earth is the dominate element in this area so use something (preferably in twos) that represent this element.

Bring Feng Shui Into Your Life

This course makes it possible for you to improve relationships, maximize career potential and enhance your environment! We are honored to offer the Feng Shui Journal for beginner to advanced Feng Shui practitioners. This journal covers an extensive background on Feng Shui techniques history, usage, clearing, cleansing, manifesting and helpful information in order to bring balance back into your life!

Top 10 (+2) Crystals for Feng Shui


Amber is said to bring good luck and success. In the far East amber is the symbol of courage. This ancient petrified resin has electromagnetic properties. It is excellent at detoxification and protection from radiation, especially x-rays, sun, computers, airport, planes and other people’s energies. Due to its strong connection to nature and the earth, amber is a great stone for grounding our higher energies.


Amethyst is a crystal most associated with transformation, spirituality and dream recall. Provides common sense and flexibility in decisions. Strengthens and enhances psychic abilities, imagery and mind quieting. Wear when sleeping or when awake to reduce anger, depression, grief, impatience, and nightmares. Amethyst can show us how to let go, trust and surrender. Amethyst is considered a Master Healing stone.

Aqua Aura

Aqua Aura is clear quartz with metallic light blue tint from electrical infusion of gold (amplifies quartz conductivity). Created by treating crystals of natural quartz with an infusion of pure gold. This is truly a `master’ vibrational crystal. As with all energies, the conscious use of this energy towards enlightenment is always the prime goal. Aqua Aura has an energy that can enhance one’s intuition.


Carnelian represents confidence, boldness, initiative, dramatic abilities, assertiveness and nothingness. Precision, analysis, stimulates appetite, encourages celebration and brings awareness of feelings. This stone helps you feel anchored and comfortable with your surroundings. Provides a connection to the past or to historical events. Carnelian can improve motivation. Helps one achieve greater success.


Citrine is especially good for the workplace as it helps with problem solving, memory issues, will power, optimism, confidence and self-discipline. It reduces anxiety, fear and depression. Can guide you to harness and utilize your creative energy. This stone is great with help in achieving goals. Citrine is the stone of abundance. It teaches us the lessons of achieving wealth and prosperity. Not just on a monetary level, but in all aspects of our lives.


Jade is an ancient stone that has historically been used to attract love. The ancient Chinese culture has revered Jade for centuries. Jade is considered the health, wealth and longevity stone. Traditionally, Jade symbolizes the Five Virtues of Humanity : wisdom, justice, compassion, modesty and courage. Therefore, it is used for emotional balance, stamina, love, fidelity, humility, generosity, peace, harmony, courage, wisdom, justice, mercy.

Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli is the stone of truth and friendship. Used for higher guidance, intuition and connection to your higher self. Helps us organize, overview and make decisions for the good of all. Lapis quiets the mind and encourages elf-expression, creativity, dream insight and total awareness. It opens one up to self-expression, stimulating objectivity, clarity and self-realization. When used at the Throat Chakra, Lapis will help you speak the truth and inspire confidence.


Pearl are a symbol of pure heart and mind; innocence and faith. Because it is from the sea, it has watery and lunar elements, therefore it is used for balancing emotions. Absorbing by nature, this mineral absorbs thoughts and emotions. If you feel excessively negative while wearing a pearl, it will hold that energy until it is cleansed. Remember, Pearl is the result of layer upon layer of substance produced to combat irritation. Pearl can cool and soothe. It is very nurturing.

Quartz, Clear

Quartz (Clear) is the Master Healer and the “stone of power”! Probably the most versatile multipurpose healing stone. The natural tendency for quartz is for harmony. Quartz can both draw and send energy therefore it is effective for sending/receiving guidance. Quartz is used for transformation in healing and in all levels of change. Clear quartz can assist in the creation of power and clarity.

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz is said to open the heart to the beauty in and around you. Keep no more than two rose quartz in the relationship area of your bedroom or two stones close to your bed. Rose Quartz has a loving, healing energy associated with the heart. It brings about a strong sense and flow of love as its heart-opening properties encourage more self-love and the love in an intimate relationship. Helps us realize that all change is important, even difficult change.

Swarovski Crystal

This is not natural crystal. It is a combination of silica or sand, a salt form, referred to as soda, burnt limestone, which is considered lime and trace amounts of metal oxides. When heated at a very high temperature, these substances melt together forming an exceptionally hard and highly refractive glass. The Swarovski “lead crystal” process has exacting standards created in its own factories, controlling every step in their production.

Tourmaline, Black (Schorl)

This is one of my favorite for the workplace as it is the best crystal to use against the ill effects of low frequency and high frequency electromagnetic waves (EMF). It protects against smog, radiation and repels all kinds of negative energy. Great near computers, phones and outlets. As a grounding stone, black tourmaline can be used whenever energy feels scattered and disconnected.

Your Chinese Horoscope

The Year of the Dragon- begins on Februrary 10th, 2024

Chinese New Year starts with the New Moon on the first day of the Lunar new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th day of the new year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.

Prior to New Year’s Day, Chinese families decorate their living rooms with vases of pretty blossoms, platters of oranges and tangerines and a candy tray with eight varieties of dried sweet fruit. On walls and doors are poetic couplets, happy wishes written on red paper. Families thoroughly clean their homes in order to sweep away any misfortune and make way for good luck. Windows and doors are decorated with delicate red paper cutouts and poetic couplets (pairs of corresponding lines of poetry) that express people’s joy and hope for the New Year. 

A Lunar Celebration

The lunar celebration brings fireworks, red packages and beautiful lanterns parading through the streets of Chinatown. The dragon dance is performed with a large custom head of a dragon and many people following behind in costume resembling the dragon’s body.

These are common customs and traditions observed during the Chinese New Year period. Most importantly, many families gather for large reunion dinners on New Year’s Eve and also pay respectful visits to their relatives as part of the New Year celebrations.  

Who You Are

The lunar calendar has a sixty year cycle. In Chinese Astrology, the five basic elements of Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth, which make up all matter, are combined with the twelve animal signs of Rat, Oxen, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep/Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Boar/Pig to form the sixty year cycle. One’s Chinese horoscope is based on which lunar year in this sixty year cycle one was born.

Here is the list of animals within their cycle.  To discover which is yours, find your birth year.

RatRat: born in 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
OxenOxen: born in 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
TigerTiger: born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
RabbitRabbit: born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
DragonDragon: born in 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
SnakeSnake: born in 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025
HorseHorse: born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954,1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
SheepSheep/Goat: born in 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027
MonkeyMonkey: born in 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028
RoosterRooster: born in 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
DogDog: born in 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
PigBoar/Pig: born in 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031
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Your Personal Birth Chart

A birth chart, also called natal chart, shows the positions of the stars in a chart drawn for the exact time of your birth at a particular place on Earth for the purposes of gaining more insight as to who you are. Because the sun, moon, planets, and primary angles in the sky are constantly in motion relative to the earth, as each second passes the natal/astrological birth chart is changing and a new chart is created for every moment at each location. A natal chart is extremely personal and unique, depending on the specific date, exact time, and precise location of the birth.

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