‘ Elemental Feng Shui ~ The Art of Orientation’
Over the last few decades, Feng Shui has become known in the Western world. It may be a trend that has passed without being totally understood or practised correctly.
The root of this ancient and timeless art lay in the Five Elemental Theory. This theory is the basis of all Asian healing practices and is widely used and respected worldwide. Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Tibetan Healing, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Feng Shui and the many forms of martial arts originating from China, Korea and Japan use the theory as the core for understanding and application.
Still, Feng Shui has often been viewed in the West as superstitious & mysterious. This publication puts to end any myths by weaving this ancient art of placement with science and in combination with sound design principles.
Initially, Feng Shui was passed through India and Tibet into the Dynasties of China, primarily to site the ancestors’ graves. The Chinese Emperors saw its potential and invested in scholars to broaden its use for human habitation. They began by using Geomancy as the focal point. Geomancy, the study of underground energy, optimized grave siting and thus created auspicious environmental energy that would affect future generations.