Feng Shui is a Chinese, nature–based system that was discovered more than 6,000 years ago. The ancient masters studied the effects of wind (feng), water (shui), and other elemental conditions on humans and developed a set of principles to explain/understand how the patterns of nature could be used to create healthy, harmonious environments.
The royal family and senior court officials particularly benefited from this knowledge because their palaces and residences were specifically designed according to feng shui principles. The imperial government believed that if those who ruled the country had good health and lived in harmony, then the general population would prosper, too.
Today, this ancient wisdom is still very relevant and can be applied in practical, powerful ways to create more happiness, wealth, and success in people's lives.
Traditional feng shui is reflected in at least a dozen disciplines, including: Yin/Yang theory, the Five Elements, Landscape and Form Feng Shui, Eight Life Aspiration Trigrams, East/West System (Compass School), and Lo'shu astrology (Flying Stars).
Qi–Mag Feng Shui is a comprehensive style that embraces compass and form schools as well as the Eight Life Aspirations, Flying Stars, and more. Practitioners emphasize improving one's health and well–being by creating a high–vitality environment at home and in the office.
This all–inclusive, modern approach to feng shui was developed by Prof. Dr. Jes T. Y. Lim, who founded the Qi–Mag International Feng Shui & Geobiology Institute in 1990. Diploma and certification courses, plus an international degree program, are offered in Europe, Australasia, and North America. For more information, visit www.feng–shui.com.
A consultation includes:
*Client supplies floor plan, which can be a blueprint or simple layout drawn to scale indicating door and window placement as well as the function of each room.
Additional services available:
Also, a business consultation can involve:
Fees vary depending on the type of consultation and are subject to change.
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